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Nov 18, 2009 TV Web Exclusive

Tonight's final two segments of The Prisoner will provide endpoints for each of the major storylines, give the history and function of the Rovers, as well as reveal the location and true nature of the Village. More

Luna Park

DC/Vertigo

Written by Kevin Baker; Illustrated by Danijel Zezelj

Nov 17, 2009 Comic Books Web Exclusive

It might be appropriate that I had a bit of a fever when I was reading Luna Park, the new hardcover graphic novel from Vertigo/DC written by Kevin Baker and illustrated by Danijel Zezelj.  More

Nov 17, 2009 Music Web Exclusive

At first glance The Strokes and Kiss wouldn't seem to have much in common, but as The Strokes continue to not release Strokes albums and instead put out solo and side projects, they become less and less the sum of their parts—much like that time each KISS member released his own solo record. More

Nov 17, 2009 TV Web Exclusive

Things get a whole lot weirder in the second night of The Prisoner as the ruminations on paranoia, betrayal, family, desire, and dreams become both subtler and more jarring. More

Nov 17, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

Kevin Smith. Hockey enthusiast, filmmaker, porn-loving, and father are a few words and phrases that describe him, but "funny" would be what I'd put up top. This is the first box set of Smith's films and it contains three of his best films and extras that showcase his particular comic genius. More

The Aliens

Luna

Birdman

Nov 16, 2009 Music Issue #27 Summer 2009 - Jarvis Cocker

It's always funny reviewing an album after it's already been released in some form. Luna is finally coming out in America, but it was released in the U.K. in September 2008, which means reviews of it are already all over the Internet. One is presented with the challenge of not reading what has been written, lest it taint your own overblown appraisal.  More

Filthy Rich

Vertigo Crime

Written by Brian Azzarello; Art by Victor Santos

Nov 16, 2009 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Brian Azzarello's Filthy Rich, one of the first two releases from the new hardcover, black-and-white, "sub-imprint" Vertigo Crime (along with Ian Rankin's Dark Entries featuring John Constantine) is full of tough cookies, conniving broads, and just the right amount of violence and nudity to keep readers begging for more. More

Nov 14, 2009 TV Web Exclusive

AMC's three-night, six-episode, miniseries remake of Patrick McGoohan and George Markstein's late 1960s touchstone is the first true television event of the season. And, thankfully, it gets off to a strong start. More

Nov 13, 2009 Music Issue #28 Fall 2009 - Monsters of Folk

These New England mad scientists have spent much of their time creating tribal, creepy soundscapes that defy description, at times bringing to mind contemporary post-rock meandering, early industrial, late psychedelia, or soundtrack music. The music is injected with a palpable tension. Call it sexual, existential, spiritual—no matter, there is a real unease and darkness that permeates their work. They ride it like a wave. More