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Superhero Academy 101

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Introducing Everything You Need to Know About Marvel and DC Mythology. We here at Echo Base are a unique bunch. If you’ve ever sat down and binged on our articles you can see we have willingly partitioned a section of our brains to all things geek. When you come here, you don’t have to go […]

A Review of the Justice League Tarot Cards

Christopher Peruzzi
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What we’ve been waiting for. The biggest item on my psychic merchandise wish list has always been a tarot deck that truly speaks to me. No, that’s not what I mean. When the tarot deck actually starts talking to you aloud, you need to get up from your chair, back away slowly, and run as […]

A Primer on the Character of Iron Fist

Christopher Peruzzi
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I am so excited. March 17th is just around the bend. It’s going to be a great time for me. Lots of action and people wearing green. I’m talking about, of course, the premiere of Netflix’s Iron Fist. Just so you know, I’m intentionally writing this piece before the premiere of Netflix’s Iron Fist. I […]

Lessons from Superman

Christopher Peruzzi
Not Just a Strange Visitor Of all of the comic book superheroes to enter American consciousness, Superman resonates with us, the most. Why? He’s the one who saves the day. As mortal men, any job that’s too large for us to handle, we call for help. It is the fantasy that someone with powers exponentially […]

A Study of the Star Wars Prequels

Christopher Peruzzi
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Prequels Are Fascinating In almost every one, we find the hidden history brings a new light and dimension to old established characters. Writers and actors call this “backstory” when they look at an individual character. They are the story before the story. Most of the time, prequels exist to answer questions. Why did he do that? […]

‘Krazy’ – A Timely Appreciation Of A Forgotten Master

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I first discovered ‘Krazy Kat’ – the brilliant, absurdist work of cartoonist George Herriman – when I was around 9 years old. I grew up with a  father who was one of those depression-era babies obsessed by relics of his childhood. They reminded him, he would say, of a simpler time. “Things were better back […]