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We rated it the Best Sci-fi Fix of 2014 and it’s back after a year-and-a-half break.  It’s the brilliant Image Comics sci-fi Western mash-up Copperhead.  Fans of sci-fi Westerns like Firefly should take note.  The series, which reached Issue #10 back in October 2015, featured one of the best new women characters in comics, the tough Sheriff Clara Bronson, large and in-charge in an off-world, sparsely populated town.  Writer Jay Faerber and artist Scott Godlewski created an instant hit complete with plenty of alien crime.  Check out our review of the series here.

Today, the critically acclaimed series returns with Faerber and artist Drew Moss stepping in for Godlewski.  We have a preview of Issue #11 for borg.com readers below.  The new story arc finds Sheriff Bronson’s past and present colliding as an old friend arrives in town while Clara investigates the murder of Copperhead’s mayor.

The first ten issues of Copperhead have been collected in two volumes.  Volume 1, available at Amazon here, introduced us to the new Sheriff in town and her son as they set out on a new planet and a new job.  Volume 2, available at Amazon here, is a rollicking adventure, packed with aliens, mischief, and fun.

Check out a preview of Copperhead, Issue #11, after the break:
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Movie concession food alone in theater

There might be a reason the movie concession food in the above photo is alone in the theater and the popcorn doesn’t look happy.

We have six trailers for this weekend’s edition of Trailer Park, all with something in common:  They all will be competing for your entertainment dollars as they all will be opening the weekend of June 28, 2013.  Another thing they have in common?  They might prompt you to find something else to do on the weekend of June 28, 2013, other than go to a movie.  But at least there’s a new Jason Statham movie.

Decide for yourself:

Byzantium is a mother vs. young daughter story about living with a mother who is a vampire, a “woe is me” daughter, and a very uninteresting-appearing melodramatic story in a 19th century setting.  The only thing this has going for it is Bond girl Gemma Arterton stars as the vampire mom.  But if you want to enjoy watching a bad movie starring Gemma Arterton you’d probably be better off renting Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.

Here is the trailer for Byzantium:

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