Stephanie Cooke
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Stephanie Cooke

Stephanie is a comic book fan, but she also considers herself an avid gamer, movie watcher, lover of music and Twitter. Stephanie is a purveyor of too many projects and has written for Talking Comics, JoBlo.com, CG Magazine, Dork Shelf and more. She also runs Toronto Geek Trivia in her home city and can be found helping out at other “geek” community things around there.

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The episode opens to a quiet scene of a cornfield with a song playing in the background by The Carter Family. The scene quickly goes from the middle of nowhere to a sporting goods store in Bemidji where Lester is shopping around for socks and finds pairs of “irregular socks”

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The fourth episode of the FX series opens with a scene almost identical to the opening scene from the original movie. In fact, it might actually be the same road from the movie. We see a snowy road that’s surrounded by open fields and a car coming toward us on

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It’s May the Fourth, or “May the Fourth be With You” Day, or Star Wars Day! First of all, happy Star Wars Day to all of you fans out there. May this day be filled with Stormtroopers, lightsabers, Wookie’s and more. While you might only be able to get your fill

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This week’s episode of FX’s series Fargo starts to fill in a couple blanks for us. The episode starts out with a nervous man in an office, clearly waiting for someone to show up for him. Sure enough, Lorne Malvo storms in, grabs the man by his tie and very

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On April 15, FX began airing their new series, Fargo. If you’re thinking to yourself, “Wait, is this a sequel to the Coen Brothers movie?” let me start first by addressing that. The answer is “No” despite that the series claims to have been based on the movie. That may

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Earlier this week, I got in my head that I was going to rewatch all of Orphan Black, S1 before the premiere of S2 on April 19th. I wanted to watch Tatiana Maslany wow me over and watch as the first couple of episodes went from a compelling curiosity to

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