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HoldenKern
Joined Oct 2, 2015
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From United States Male Born 6th Mar 2003 Middle School
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Pop Culture Reviews
Updated Jan 18, 2016
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Just where I write a few film, comic book, what-not reviews. Might be some spoilers, so be advised.

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Just where I write a few film, comic book, what-not reviews. Might be some spoilers, so be advised.

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Sketch: The Pencil and the Hero
Updated Nov 4, 2015
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Cole Mason was living a life. Not particularly normal, nor was it zany and out of control. He found his life to be a middle ground from a horror movie to downright cliche.

His schedule was fairly stereotypical as well, for a 17 year old. Wake up, eat, go to school, come back, eat, go to bed. But he always managed to find time for the one thing he loved to do: draw comic books. Draw heroes, draw villains, and draw those people in between them...just like him.

But all of that would change after he's nearly killed by a student he'd never seen before, and said kid starts following Cole everywhere, even going to the lengths of breaking into his house.

Finally, Cole asks what the hell the kid wanted, and the sickly and thin boy answered with five words: I want to draw comics.

And thus started a collaboration that would make a mark on pop culture like no other could at the time: rejuvenating the american comic book.

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Sketch: The Pencil and the Hero

Cole Mason was living a life. Not particularly normal, nor was it zany and out of control. He found his life to be a middle ground from a horror movie to downright cliche.

His schedule was fairly stereotypical as well, for a 17 year old. Wake up, eat, go to school, come back, eat, go to bed. But he always managed to find time for the one thing he loved to do: draw comic books. Draw heroes, draw villains, and draw those people in between them...just like him.

But all of that would change after he's nearly killed by a student he'd never seen before, and said kid starts following Cole everywhere, even going to the lengths of breaking into his house.

Finally, Cole asks what the hell the kid wanted, and the sickly and thin boy answered with five words: I want to draw comics.

And thus started a collaboration that would make a mark on pop culture like no other could at the time: rejuvenating the american comic book.

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Heroes' Fall
Updated Oct 25, 2015
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Heroes need a new definition. They are not the "villain", yet at the same time, they are usually not the "protagonist" either. They are beings of immense inhuman power that the people seem to believe in, whichever side they seem to be on. But they all have their off day. This time? It's an off generation.

It started with the death of Ms. Sydney Miles, a fatal bullet to the chest on a closing winter parade in Harlem.  This left the heroes vulnerable. And just like that, three other events led to an official shut down, exile, and at times execution of the known "heroes".

There were many...and now there were none.

But what happens when a threat hits Earth once more? What will the heroes do then? And is this threat really what they think it is...or is it something entirely different?

"The Day that ends all others, a day driven only by coincidence."

-The Girl in the White Dress

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Heroes' Fall

Heroes need a new definition. They are not the "villain", yet at the same time, they are usually not the "protagonist" either. They are beings of immense inhuman power that the people seem to believe in, whichever side they seem to be on. But they all have their off day. This time? It's an off generation.

It started with the death of Ms. Sydney Miles, a fatal bullet to the chest on a closing winter parade in Harlem.  This left the heroes vulnerable. And just like that, three other events led to an official shut down, exile, and at times execution of the known "heroes".

There were many...and now there were none.

But what happens when a threat hits Earth once more? What will the heroes do then? And is this threat really what they think it is...or is it something entirely different?

"The Day that ends all others, a day driven only by coincidence."

-The Girl in the White Dress

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The Zombies Take a Cab/ Paint the Town Green
Updated Oct 5, 2015
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He was a zombie. Part of the living dead. Then, how was he here, eating a sandwich? Why was he in society in the first place? And most importantly, what comes next?

New York is a crazy, sadistic, slightly amusing place. So, naturally, it would be filled with crazy, sadistic, slightly amusing residents. But those don't just include the living. It includes the dead as well. Welcome to New York City, head location of the brain and flesh dealings of the zombie gang.

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The Zombies Take a Cab/ Paint the Town Green

He was a zombie. Part of the living dead. Then, how was he here, eating a sandwich? Why was he in society in the first place? And most importantly, what comes next?

New York is a crazy, sadistic, slightly amusing place. So, naturally, it would be filled with crazy, sadistic, slightly amusing residents. But those don't just include the living. It includes the dead as well. Welcome to New York City, head location of the brain and flesh dealings of the zombie gang.

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