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Aliens by Steve Perry
Aliens: Earth Hive
by Steve Perry
read in September, 2007
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Fun gore, twists and surprises, but the plot seems more outlandish than the first two movies combined, and they gloss over the really interesting parts. Ahh, well. It does have some good action, and is original enough to read once.
Does Anything Eat Wasps? by New Scientist
Does Anything Eat Wasps?: And 101 Other Unsettling, Witty Answers to Questions You Never Thought You Wanted to Ask
by New Scientist
recommended to Matt Mazenauer by: Needed a book to wait in line for an OTX show
recommended for: People who like science
read in September, 2011
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The risk of books like these are that the questions will be easily Google-able, thus making the book a pointless read. However, I love the format of this book - as opposed to an editor crafting the perfect response to these questions, there are often ...more
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"Not spectacular, but fun. Sort of like fanfiction, though -- licensed fanfiction."
Buffy the Vampire Slayer by Andi Watson
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Crash Test Demons (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic #16 Buffy Season 3)
by Andi Watson
recommended to Matt Mazenauer by: Bookman's Clearance
recommended for: Buffy fans? Maybe?
read in July, 2011
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Mediocre plot, but that's not atypical in the Buffyverse. So-so characterization, which does stand out as a detriment. But most importantly, the art - as much as I love Andi Watson on his own ventures, here he's just drawing nondescript white teens o ...more
Weirdos From Another Planet Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson
Weirdos From Another Planet Calvin and Hobbes
by Bill Watterson
recommended to Matt Mazenauer by: Childhood.
recommended for: Every human alive.
read in July, 2011
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Having grown up a fan of the comics (as all good people do), I was bowled over with how well these held up with age. In fact, I'll say Calvin And Hobbes is even better than I expected; perhaps I'm able to better appreciate some of the philosophy this ...more
Fenderbenders Get Lost In America by Holly Kowitt
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