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IDW returns to The X-Files with their new comic series which is set during the recent six-episode revival series of the show. The first issue hit comic book stands today, and moves on from the universe laid out in the earlier comic series Season 10 and Season 11. Read after the jump for our review of issue one, “Active Shooter”.

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Moxie might be in short supply these days, but the season finale of Better Call Saul gave us a heaping load of that and then some by shying away from the flash and bang that is the standard fodder of season finales, and instead diving deep into the flesh and bones of its characters.

Content to go at its own pace and not rely on it’s louder, older sibling, Breaking Bad, the entire team delivered a solid season that set Saul apart and cemented it as a brilliant show in its own right.

If I might be so bold… I think I prefer this highly nuanced show to its predecessor. 

Hit the jump for the recap and review of “Klick”. 

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In this month’s issue of Topps’ The X-Files, originally released in July 1996, author Kevin J. Anderson takes the writing reins when Mulder and Scully track down a killer camera in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Read after the jump for our recap of “Family Portrait” Part One.

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The folks at Better Call Saul keep outdoing themselves, and this week’s episode, “Nailed,” was no exception. As the truth starts to reveal itself even the most minor of characters get to suffer the consequences. The penultimate episode of season two keeps us on the edges of our seats and clamoring for the season finale.

Hit the jump for the recap and review.

BCSposter201Episode eight of Better Call Saul, “Fifi” was in my opinion, the best episode of the entire series. The second season has shown the story really hit its stride; it’s confident, it’s witty, and it’s full of emotional impact and impending doom. It’s every bit as good as it’s predecessor, Breaking Bad, and in some cases, I might even say… Better. The writers keep you on your toes, never let you feel confident on who to root for and never let you get comfortable. Better Call Saul is a true character piece in a field of fast-paced action dramas and I couldn’t be happier for the reprieve.

Hit the jump for your recap.

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