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PCR #193  (Vol. 4, No. 49)  This edition is for the week of December 1--7, 2003.

The History of Aviation in Florida, Part Three: World War Two and the Nifty Fifties
 by Will Moriaty
"The Last Samurai"
by Mike Smith
TV commercial Hall of Shame....Matrix Reloaded Again....Big Country Ultimate Collection
 by Vinnie Blesi
Superman: The Kansas Sighting....Permanent Job
 by John Lewis
The Passion of Christ....Things I Didn't Know, But Maybe I Should Have....Slush Pile/Tampa ComicCon
 by Brandon Jones
Post-Thanksgiving message....Famous Monsters Trademark News....Happy Birthday, Forry
 by Matt Drinnenberg
Jesus And Other Jews....OK, But How Do You Explain Madonna?....Congrats....Passing On....And The Winner Is....Nice Try, Jack...NEW MOVIES
 by Mike Smith
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Creature's Corner

Hello Dear Readers (all 5 of you):
After a couple weeks of inactivity (sorry about that), The Castle is back up and running. Though the home computer is still down the work computer is back online. I can tell you one thing: IT'S GOOD TO BE BACK!!!!!!! Anyway, I've got to keep it short this week (due to lack of time) but I'll be back with a full Creature Report next week.

Superman: The Kansas Sighting
For now let me tell you about a new book that came out this week: "Superman: The Kansas Sighting." The story is being released in two parts and explores the possibility of Jor-El (Supe's Kryptonian father) tampering with the earth and it's citizens to insure the survival of his son. Is he possibly involved in U. F. O. type abductions and if so, did he "study" our species. The only way to find out is to read this imaginative tale featuring the talents of J. M Dematteis and Jamie Tolagson. I've got my copy, do you have yours?

S&S 4 and Permanent Job
See ya next week and don't forget to attend Saints and Sinners 4 in St. Pete. this weekend. We have one of our movies, "Permanent Job", slated to be shown. Hope to see you there.

Have a Great Weekend.

The Creature From Clearwater

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