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This week, one of the most important superhero stories in comics reached a major milestone: Although it might say issue 41 on the cover, this week's Astro City marks the 100th issue of Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson, and Alex Ross' groundbreaking series. To celebrate we sat down with Busiek to talk about the series' legacy, and where it's headed next.

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James Wan is known as a master of the horror genre: his films have started a number of popular franchises including Saw and Insidious, but there's one that's closer to his heart, that he said he would only come back to if he felt he could make a worthy sequel — The Conjuring.

The Conjuring 2 hits cinemas this week, so we sat down to talk with James Wan about practical effects, romance in horror movies and being inspired by Nicholas Cage films.

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Eustace Conway is a naturalist, author and appears on the History Channel's "Mountain Men." He was also the subject of the book "The Last American Man," so his thoughts on manhood in modern day America may be relevant.

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10 years ago, Alan Yiu watched as clients of his family's Vancouver garment factory sent their business to China. So, he launched his own outerwear brand — Westcomb. This is how he did it and what he learned along the way.

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Wu-Tang Clan leader RZA started working with speaker manufacturer Boombotix in mid-2014, and he says he wanted make more than just another branded product. "I just had a bigger idea than sticking my logo on something," he told me at CES in Las Vegas. "I thought we could make this great product a little greater." His idea? Load it with exclusive music.

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Sometimes it's easy to forget that Steve Jobs was once quite a visionary. His legacy has arguably been tarnished by stories of his need for total control, the bizarre antics at the end of his life, not to mention a shitty biopic starring Ashton Kutcher which hopefully won't be the last word on the man. But when you look back at the early days of Apple, you're reminded of his tremendous ability to peer into the future.