Our Marvel Comics Monday feature returns, as Managing Editor John Moorehouse renews his attempt to read through the entire Marvel Universe in continuity, reviewing every issue along the way. In this latest installment, we delve deeper into the supplemental order and learn why Doc Ock rocks.
Red Bull Racing Australia continued to perform well, taking two of the three races in this weekend’s Skycity Triple Crown outside Darwin, and maintaining its championship lead. Even so, greater parity was seen than at the V8 Supercars’ debut in Austin, Tex., with six different drivers taking the nine podium positions available.
Season points leader Jamie Whincup (Red Bull Racing Australia Holden) took the victory in Saturday’s 42-lap Race 17, beating Shane van Gisbergen (TEKN...
Jordan Taylor and Max Angelelli (Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette DP) entered the weekend holding the DP points lead and doubled down on their grip by taking pole at Mid-Ohio. Robin Liddell and John Edwards (Stevenson Motorsports Camaro) had won three-straight GT races and held pole with Edwards behind the wheel at the start of Mid-Ohio action.
Ricky Taylor (Spirit of Daytona Corvette DP) took the DP lead from brother Jordan at the start, with the Stevenson Camaro staying out front in GT. Contact b...
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Taking a look at Issue #4 of No Way Out from Dark Horse Comics.
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Both practice and qualifying saw on-and-off rain, with some of the heaviest reserved for Saturday’s qualifying sessions. Romain Grosjean (Lotus) failed to make it out of Q3, but kept his car in one piece. Felipe Massa (Ferrari), however, had his third hard crash in the past two events, his back end breaking loose during Q2 and sending him into a wall.
In the end, the front row was locked down by a pair of the usual suspects, Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) and Lewis Hamilto...
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We know…it’s been a while…but we’re back with a brand spankin new episode that is sure to tickle your ear buds. We give you a very detailed run down of the Clutch, The Sword, Dixie Witch, and American Sharks show at House Of Blues in Houston. A healthy discussion is had about the Slayer camp drama in regards to Dave Lombardo with Jibbies and Loond offering opposing perspectives that both hold Metallic merit. We also bring our thoughts on a bunch of new records that we’re digging from the likes of Valient Thorr, Kylesa, Dark Tranquillity, Amorphis, and The Resistance.
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Music featured this episode:
Clutch - The Wolfman Kindly Requests
Dixie Witch - The High Deal
The Sword - Lament For The Aurochs
Slayer - At Dawn They Sleep
Kylesa - Unspoken
Dark Tranquility - Weight Of The End
The Resistance - War Monger
Our Summer Jams series continues! With Hunter's picks. I can't promise you'll like them....
Round 6 winner Johnny O’Connell (Cadillac Racing CTS-V) started at P3 for the second race at Belle Isle. James Sofronas (Global Motorsports Group Audi R8) was on the pole, with Randy Pobst (K-PAX Racing Volvo S60 R) on the outside of the front row. Andy Lee (Best IT Racing Camaro) took the GTS pole with Jack Baldwin (GTSport Racing with Goldcrest Motorsports Porsche Cayman S) starting P2.
O’Connell took Sofronas at the start. Tomy Drissi (LG Motorsports Corvette) moved into P3 duri...