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Tue02192019

Last updateTue, 18 Sep 2018 1pm

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On this week's historic yet fragrant Independent comics page: The City tackles news items including Dick Cheney's daughter and the return of the Twinkie; Red Meat stews in its own juices; The K Chronicles urges you to go see a documentary, A Band Called Death; and Jen Sorenson puts ignorant tweets in historical context.

1. 42: The Jackie Robinson Story (Warner Bros.)

2. Dead Man Down (Sony)

3. Evil Dead (Sony)

4. Bullet to the Head (Warner Bros.)

5. The Call (Sony)

6. Tyler Perry's Temptation (Lionsgate)

7. Admission (Universal)

8. Identity Thief (Universal)

9. The Host (Universal)

10. Snitch (Summit)

On this week's particularly wild Independent comics page: Jen Sorenson examines the Iowa Supreme Court's ruling that a woman can be fired for being too attractive; The K Chronicles offers a Django Unchained sequel starring Ms. Paula Deen; Red Meat wonders what's making Milkman Dan's delivery truck so smelly; and The City tackles the man-on-pool-raft sex epidemic that's sweeping John Boehner's district.

1. Dead Man Down (Sony)

2. The Call (Sony)

3. Admission (Universal)

4. The Host (Universal)

5. Identity Thief (Universal)

6. Tyler Perry's Temptation (Lionsgate)

7. Snitch (Summit)

8. Jack the Giant Slayer (New Line)

9. Spring Breakers (Lionsgate)

10. A Good Day to Die Hard (20th Century Fox)

On this week's extra-festive Independent comics page: Keith Knight's The K Chronicles makes its Indy debut with a look at the name of Washington, D.C.'s NFL team; Jen Sorenson tackles debit cards as paychecks; The City touts the virtues of the rust belt in this era of global warming; and Red Meat gets infested by spiders and deer ticks.

1. The Call (Sony)

2. Identity Thief (Universal)

3. Snitch (Summit)

4. Jack the Giant Slayer (New Line)

5. 21 and Over (20th Century Fox)

6. 6 Souls (Starz/Anchor Bay)

7. A Good Day to Die Hard (20th Century Fox)

8. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (Paramount)

9. Warm Bodies (Summit)

10. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (Warner Bros.)

On this week's extra-patriotic Independent comics page: Jen Sorenson takes a look at natural gas; Red Meat loses its hair-trimming gear; The City looks at modern-day American freedom; and in the finale of Roland and Cid, the boys say goodbye.

1. The Call (Sony)

2. Snitch (Summit)

3. Identity Thief (Universal)

4. Jack the Giant Slayer (New Line)

5. 21 and Over (20th Century Fox)

6. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (Paramount)

7. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (Warner Bros.)

8. Warm Bodies (Summit)

9. Oz the Great and Powerful (Disney)

10. A Good Day to Die Hard (20th Century Fox)

On this week's intriguingly topical Independent comics page, Paula Deen discusses the n-word with Roland and Cid; The City warns of the dangers of fetal masturbation; Red Meat goes hunting; and Jen Sorenson wonders why some politicians are flip-floppers on the issue of pain.

1. Identity Thief (Universal)

2. A Good Day to Die Hard (20th Century Fox)

3. Snitch (Summit)

4. Oz the Great and Powerful (Disney)

5. Jack the Giant Slayer (New Line)

6. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (Paramount)

7. 21 and Over (20th Century Fox)

8. Warm Bodies (Summit)

9. Escape From Planet Earth (Starz/Anchor Bay)

10. The Last Exorcism: Part II (Sony)