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1. This Is 40 (Universal)

2. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (New Line)

3. Zero Dark Thirty (Sony)

4. Life of Pi (20th Century Fox)

5. Wreck-It Ralph (Disney)

6. Rise of the Guardians (DreamWorks)

7. Red Dawn (MGM)

8. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 2 (Summit)

9. Les Misérables (Universal)

10. Argo (Warner Bros.)

On this week's Independent comics page: The City tackles a ban on bare breasts; Roland and Cid tweet from the grave; speaking of graves, Red Meat can't find a body; and Jen Sorenson compares sugary sodas to marijuana.

1. Life of Pi (20th Century Fox)

2. Wreck-It Ralph (Disney)

3. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 2 (Summit)

4. Red Dawn (MGM)

5. Argo (Warner Bros.)

6. Skyfall (MGM)

7. Rise of the Guardians (DreamWorks)

8. Sinister (Summit)

9. Flight (Paramount)

10. Here Comes the Boom (Sony)

This week on the Independent comics page: Jen Sorenson spies on the goings-on at SXSW; Roland and Cid try to spice up the Bible with a little Trump; the men of Red Meat thank their Lucky Charms; and The City takes an airline flight with a small knife and a hockey stick.

1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 2 (Summit)

2. Argo (Warner Bros.)

3. Red Dawn (MGM)

4. Wreck-It Ralph (Disney)

5. Chasing Mavericks (20th Century Fox)

6. Skyfall (MGM)

7. Flight (Paramount)

8. Playing for Keeps (Sony)

9. End of Watch (Universal)

10. The Man With the Iron Fists (Universal)

On this week's Independent comics page, Roland and Cid ponder President Obama's Star Wars/Star Trek mashup gaffe; Red Meat gives some religious fundamentalists a thump in the face; The City gets an odd reaction to a chivalrous action; and Jen Sorenson previews SXSW by pondering what could become the next Twitter.

1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 2 (Summit)

2. Argo (Warner Bros.)

3. Skyfall (MGM)

4. Flight (Paramount)

5. End of Watch (Universal)

6. The Man With the Iron Fists (Universal)

7. Chasing Mavericks (20th Century Fox)

8. Sinister (Summit)

9. Fun Size (Paramount)

10. Here Comes the Boom (Sony)

Thursday, 28 February 2013 08:00

The Weekly Independent Comics Page for Feb. 28!

This week, The City ponders Google's attempt to bring the Internet to our field of vision 24/7; Roland and Cid meld Oscar Pistorius and the Academy Awards; Red Meat offers tips on construction with milk crates; and Jen Sorenson refuses to sit idly by.

1. Argo (Warner Bros.)

2. Skyfall (MGM)

3. Flight (Paramount)

4. End of Watch (Universal)

5. Here Comes the Boom (Sony)

6. Sinister (Summit)

7. The Factory (Warner Bros.)

8. The Man With the Iron Fists (Universal)

9. Silent Hill: Revelation (Universal)

10. Anna Karenina (Universal)

Wednesday, 20 February 2013 15:30

The Weekly Independent Comics Page for Feb. 20!

This week, Jen Sorenson examines the future of the United States Postal Service; The City takes on Justin Bieber and his anti-Grammy crusade; Roland and Cid discuss what it will take to become pope; and Red Meat takes an invigorating bath!