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Brent Chittenden

Brent Chittenden is a Canadian freelance writer currently writing for alancross.ca, geekhardshow.com and his own pop culture podcast, TATANS. He is readily available for writing and speaking gigs. Brent like sandwiches.

Holiday Gift Guide

It is December 1st, which means you’ve got 24 days to buy for your loved ones… assuming you celebrate Christmas… but let’s be honest here, no matter what your faith is or is not, if you are reading this column…

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The Crow

I’ve been on a bit of a nostalgia kick recently as last week’s “it came from the long box” column is a sure sign of. Being a bit of a dreary day, I decided to take a look at the…

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It Came From The Long Box Part 1

I’m moving soon. It sort of sucks. Not that I’m moving for any bad reasons really. I’m moving in with my girlfriend (who is incredibly pro-comic book) and I’m lucky in the respect that due to my living situation I…

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Watchmen 2

If you think you’ve read this particular column before, I wouldn’t blame you. I first covered rumors of a Watchmen sequel/prequel nearly two years ago (Scott: previous column). At the time, there wasn’t much attached to idea in terms of…

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Hamill’s Joker R.I.P.

I had a whole column planned out and then this got pointed out to me and I had to change gears. Mark Hamill’s Joker is no more. Or at least that’s what he says via twitter this morning. It isn’t…

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Hidden Gems

The title of this particular post is “Hidden Gems” but I’m not quite sure if that’s incredibly accurate.  Most of what’s in here isn’t hidden at all really; if you go into a comic shop, a majority of it will…

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2 Years Of Thoughts

This week marks my second anniversary as a columnist for Comic Book Daily so in a semi-self congratulatory mood, I figured I’d take a look back at the past two years and let you in on some of my favorite…

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Favorite Covers

The saying goes, you can’t judge a book by its cover. That may be true but in comics, it’s usually a good starting point. Usually in this column, I tend to look at the writing of comics more than the…

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ReviewsMania

Okay, Fan Expo has me kind of tapping out this week.  Between that and some pending interview requests, this week’s column is a good chunk of reviews, starting with something a little different. Kirby Krackle – Super Powered Love mini-review…

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Turtle Power

When Nickelodeon bought the Turtles from Peter Laird in 2009, I wasn't sure what they would do with them but I was pretty sure it was going to be too kid oriented for my tastes. While my love of the Turtles was first spawned with the cartoon in the late 80's, it was the first film and the comic that really grabbed me.
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