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Going big and green

NO, I did not get dumped. I#8217;m merely coming to terms with the ban imposed on a certain #8220;red devil#8221;. Having set my expectations and a countdown for a big movie outing since the day Ben Affleck got the role as Matthew Murdock, I am clearly disappointed that ol#8217; Hornhead got the shut out treatment.


A stand against war

WHAT a thrill and utter delight it was to read in the Monday papers that the much talked-about Peace Rally in Bukit Jalil stadium, packed with as many as 200,000 denizens from every walk of life, turned out to be a thumping success.


What the devil?

MY EDITOR wanted me to write about the banning of the movie Daredevil but having written about censorship two weeks ago, I prefer not to repeat myself.


Come get a book gift

I#8217;M pleased to report that response to the recent Free Reading Campaign organised by my company, Novel House, in conjunction with MOE#8217;s Campaign For Better English, was good.


Families of diplomatic staff return

Compiled by WONG LI ZA (Feb 10-15)


Enter the Devil

EVER heard of Daredevil? Ask the common man on the street and you#8217;ll possibly get a #8220;Duh-devil who#8221; reply? Ask an Image-generation comic fan, and you#8217;ll hear #8220;he#8217;s the B-grade Spidey#8221; reply.


Censorship Board bans Daredevil over 'unhealthy elements'

The much-awaited film adaptation of the Marvel Comics character Daredevil, played by Hollywood heart-throb Ben Affleck, may not be hitting the big screens in Malaysia this month as scheduled after all.


What I love will grow

New Year resolution -published entries Nos. 56-62.


Arrow from nowhere

THE recent Top 10 bestsellers from Diamond distributors reveals the likes of I>Masters of the Universe, Daredevil The Target, Ultimates, New X-Men, Amazing Spider-Man, Batman/I>, two issues of I>Ultimate Spidey /I>(wow!) and two issues of I>Ultimate X-Men /I>(double wow!) occupying the top spots on the checklist.


Hair gone bad

YOU haven#8217;t read it yet? It#8217;s brilliant. It#8217;s absolutely brilliant. You should get it,#8221; said British writer Peter Milligan with a wry expression on his face. And that was how I>Hewligan#8217;s Haircut/Icame the author himself, recounts RiZAL JOHAN.