Our television reviewer is neck deep into the latest TV season, and he had a blast watching The Good Doctor.
The latest Young Animals reboot is underway, and this one is a mixed bag.
Quantum & Woddy #4 Writer Daniel Kibblesmith Art Kano Letters Dave Sharpe Assistant Editor Dave Menchel Editors Danny Khazem and Charlotte Greenbaum Editor-In-Chief Warren Simons Covers Julian Totino Tedesco/Geoff Shaw with Gabe Eltaeb/Nick Pitarra with Michael Garland/Fred Hembeck Previously...
The Ballad of Sang #1 Writer: Ed Brisson Artist: Alessandro Micelli & Shari Chankhamma Kidnapped off the streets of the Philippines as an infant and trained as a child assassin, Sang has never had a childhood. All he’s ever known...
Dynamite’s steampunk mashup series of comics continues with Legenderry Red Sonja #2, and we have your full review of this terrific comic.
Kong on the Planet of the Apes #5 Writer Ryan Ferrier Illustrator Carlos Mango Colorist Alex Guimaraes Letterer Ed Dukeshire Cover Mike Huddleston Connecting Cover Carlos Mango with Chris Blythe Subscription Cover Robert Hack with designs by Dylan Todd Designer...
A great book, but it isn’t a passive read.
The new movie and Netflix exclusive Veronica is now available and we have a review of this new horror movie that really doesn’t offer anything new.
The Elseworlds tale from Sean Murphy continues to please readers, and this reviews is no different.
“You just feel like he could be a person that you actually know.”
The Foundling Writer/ Artist – Diego Guerra The Astronaut Writer/Artist – Joe Koziarski Fat Guy and The Donut Writer – Manuele Bruno Artist – S.W. Eeten Seyton Writer – David Pluscauskas Artist – Edson Alves Colors – Matheus Bronca Arthur...
DC Comics’ New Age of Heroes continues as the publisher’s stock of new characters are starting to grow on us.
Another Indie Smash or Grab, and this time around we’re looking at the new comic debut Age of Yokai #1. What did we think? Check it out.
The latest ninja title from Valiant has our karate-kicking super spy meeting up with the former members of the program that created him.
Isola #1 is the brand new book from Image Comics and the extraordinary creative team of Brenden Fletcher and Karl Kerschl.
The next season of Marvel and Netflix’s next big thing is here, and we have some things to say about it.
DC’s “other” line of superhero books continues its hardcover releases, and this time around it’s all about that space cop.
We got ourselves into the Beta for the upcoming video game based on the fan-favorite and much-beloved series.
This week’s independent comic book creator Smash or Grab is from writer Brian Hawkins and his brand new series.
Guns, bridges, dreams and nightmares – Paradiso’s got the goods, and wraps its first story arc in fine style with some high action and story payoffs you don’t want to miss.
We’re taking a look back at the movie roots of this super successful television franchise with a retrospective 26 years in the making.
Rich Tommaso’s Dry County, a crime series for the everyman, provides a slice of life of Miami newspaper comic artist that, like many good stories, can only go horribly wrong. The first issue features a solid start to the story and incredible art!
Mindy is back and she’s got a brand new place to celebrate her old-fashioned brand of crime-fighting.
I’ve always said that a good writer can make any character work, and that’s the case with Thor by J. Michael Straczynski.
Disney’s latest film is now in theaters and the movie provides a visually interesting take on the storied novel.
Late to the Party: Death Sentence (2007) Directed by: James Wan Starring: Kevin Bacon John Goodman Garrett Hedlund Well don’t let me smell fear on you. Fear is for the enemy. Fear and bullets. Lots of fucking bullets. ...
In Dry County #1 Lou Rossi finds himself in an unexpected mystery thats up to him to solve. With a pencil in one hand a six pack in the other.
Main story Writer – Cullen Bunn Artist – Blacky Shepherd Colorist – Thiago Ribeiro Backup story Writer – Cullen Bunn Artist – Kyle Strahm Publisher – Dynamite Entertainment For each man’s evils there exists a special demon. Writing Cullen does...
Princess Dejah maybe out of her comfort zone leading this expectation as one of her team members is killed, in Dejah Thoris #2.
You really need to see the art of Olivier Vatine – and you really want to read this book, you just don’t know it yet. After you see the gallery included with this review, you’ll agree with me – so, please, read on !