Christopher Baggett

Christopher Baggett has owned and operated The HomeWorld independently since 2009 after spinning it off from his previous concept, 'The Anime Homeworld'. In addition to journalistic endeavors, he is an aspiring novelist. Arizona born military brat Christopher currently resides in the Georgia area.

PREVIEW: The dead do not rest in DEATH BE DAMNED #1

BOOM! Studios brings together an expansive creative team for a supernatural wild west thriller.

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The Pull List: The final stand of the first detective!

Plus, a brewing superhuman war and a new series from a horror icon! It's this weeks comic releases!

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Boom! fixes everything with Miller ROBOCOP Omnibus

I love Robocop. The first movie is, for my money, the perfect action film: great action, great cast, amazing special effects and, most importantly, it doesn’t overstay its welcome. The rest of the franchise may not have taken this advice, but the first film is perfect, in my opinion (though I honestly didn’t mind the reboot!). As other Robocop fans may or …

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Waid’s FLASH runs again! The Pull List: December 7, 2016

Plus an old favorite is going home and another makes his highly anticipated return.

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‘Arrow’ is losing its identity to focus on murdering again

Spinning out of fallout from last year’s finale, Arrow is tackling a huge issue: should Oliver just start murdering criminals to keep them off the street? Do the ends justify the means? After taking a life to save the city and nuking a small town to save a bigger one, this season opened with Oliver shooting thugs point blank without …

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Here’s some fresh JOYRIDE pages to brighten your Monday

I have had just the worst couple of weeks. Employment shifts, relocating an office, relocating a storage building. Holy crap, my back is still hurting. But things are cooling off and slowing down. Look for a few more posts this week, and hopefully ramping back up to regular (though what can really be regular for me?). Also look for FALLOUT …

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‘Nova’ ends with a bang and a bright future

I remember not caring much for Sam Alexander when he became Nova back in 2011. It seemed to me like a silly marketing ploy to sell more books to kids who were watching the recently announced Ultimate Spider-Man series. The stories were fine, ultimately, but he just didn’t resonate with me at first. But over the years, Sam’s become an interesting …

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Boom! enters the ring with new WWE on-going

WWE and Boom!'s partnership finally hits shelves in 2017.

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