Cap'n Carrot

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Given the mission from Sandstorm, Jane (Jaimie Alexander) and the FBI investigate one of her tattoos that leads the team to a corrupt DEA agent (Ed Moran) selling government-captured guns, including stinger missiles, to drug cartels. Continued to be frozen out by her former friends (who let her be tortured in a CIA black site for months) while seeing the the Sandstorm missions expose corruption and take down dangerous people, Jane continues her internal debate on which side she should be fighting. Weller‘s (Sullivan Stapleton) distancing while dealing with his father’s death and the truth about the woman he hoped Jane Doe was isn’t helping matters.

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The remake of 1960’s The Magnificent Seven starts in much the same manner, with a over-the-top villain (Peter Sarsgaard) threatening the prosperity of a peaceful farming town. Unable to protect themselves a small group (Haley Bennett and Luke Grimes) leave the town looking to hire gunmen with their meager resources. What they find is bounty hunter who helps recruit a motley crew of cowboys and outlaws willing to take on impossible odds for little reward.

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34 Creative Cuts From Stranger Things

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Well, at least it’s better than the new Rush Hour TV-series. Yeah, that is an incredibly low bar. The show’s “Pilot” introduces us to Clayne Crawford as the new Detective Martin Riggs, a Texas good ‘ol boy relocated to Los Angeles after the death of his wife and unborn child six months earlier. Riggs’ new partner is career cop Roger Murtaugh (a completely miscast Damon Wayans) coming off of heart surgery and not ready for the crazy antics of his new partner. The pair’s first two cases involve a bank robbery Riggs solves by killing all three suspects and blowing up the bank (which doesn’t get him suspended) and a soldier’s apparent suicide which is obviously something more.

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You can pre-order your own Street Fighter Chun-Li Pop! Vinyl Figure for the low, low price of $11.

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A companion piece to Astro City #37, the latest issue of Astro City remains in the Roaring Twenties. The musical theme remains as well, but while several other heroes are mentioned, the comic’s central focus is on Jazzbaby. Listening to the music of the city, Jazzbaby is able to find, and anticipate, trouble.

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Sexiest Female Moments In Classic Film (1962-1992)

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Set after the events of Captain America: Civil War, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. begins its Fourth Season with the Sokovia Accords firmly in place requiring all super-powered beings to be registered with the government. For Daisy (Chloe Bennet) that means life back on the run continuing to hunt down the Watchdogs. For S.H.I.E.L.D. that means increased funding, bureaucracy, and oversight and a new director who will go nameless over the course of the season premiere.

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Refugee Crisis: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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While still keeping the focus on Red Hood, Red Hood and the Outlaws #2 introduces us to one of the characters who will eventually make up a third of the new team. While attempting to acquire a weapon for Black Mask, Jason Todd runs into an unexpected complication in the form of the Amazon Artemis who is also searching for a powerful weapon on the derailed train. While it takes the a little while to consider they may be after different prizes, the pair fight and then form a tentative truce as the series reveals just what Black Mask is after – the eventual third member of the team.

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