For a thrilling venture through one of the worst maritime disasters in world history.
Guided by mystical prophecies and ancient legends, one man seeks Earth’s destruction. One troubled woman may be the key to Earth’s survival.
This Skeletor figure is a gem for collectors of both types, in the box and out of the box. Check out our Mondo Hot Topic Exclusive Skeletor Review.
Comics are still on pause, there’s a bit of light at the end of the tunnel, but it’s all about back issues with a 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank review.
Shudder dropped a surprise on everyone this week, a much-anticipated movie drop. Here’s our review of the horror flick Blood Quantum.
With everything shut down right now, it’s certainly raining a bit right now. So, from the Rainy Day pile, here’s a review for Nightmares and Dreamscapes.
The latest episode of the hit HBO sci-fi television series is here, and we’re talking about it! Here’s our Westworld S03E07 Review.
A new origin for the Turtles, courtesy of IDW! With reinventions galore and a fresh start, is this a good place to get into TMNT? Read on and find out!
As comics continue to be on pause, we’re diving into the back issues and looking at some modern classics. Here’s a DEADLY CLASS Volume 2 Review.
The sex-positive science fiction comic from Scout Comics is amazing! A second arc is on the way, but here’s a review for Money Shot.
This is no Roman myth! Lucy is a real-life cupid!
Confessions of a Reformed Superman Hater: SUPERMAN: THE HIGH-FLYING HISTORY OF AMERICA’S MOST ENDURING HERO Audio Book Review
Diving deep into the history of the Man of Steel with an audio book review of Superman: The High-Flying History of America’s Most Enduring Hero.
Once Our Land Review Created by Peter Ricq Published by Scout Comics During the era of Covid-19 stay-at-home orders, one of the things I miss most is my weekly trip to the comic book store. Yes, there are other sources...
Looking for the dark slice of life? Three Panel Crimes is the new, go-to webcomic for readers who want to get down to the knitty-gritty of the crime world.
We’re taking a look at a very independent comic book series debut, and it’s a winner! Check out MeSseD Comics from Creative Mussel Productions.
There may be a lack of toilet paper on grocery store shelves, but there’s still no shortage of TP…trade paperbacks that is. Here’s some reviews!
Diving back into this amazing series of horror and tall tales is a joy, and you should be reading Nightmares and Fairy Tales Volume 3. Here’s a review.
The breakout hit of the television series continues to please viewers week in and week out. Here’s our review for Westworld S03E06 Review.
The Resident Evil 3 Remake has finally arrived! Is this a worthy successor to the Resident Evil 2 Remake or a step backwards for the venerable franchise?
TALES FROM THE DC DARK MULTIVERSE gives us alternate endings to five pivotal moments in the DC universe. Such worlds make up the Dark Multiverse…
The Doctor, Peri and Erimem land in 17th Century France! Along the way, they’ll face plots and schemes, the King of France and even the Church! Read on!
The Legion of Dope-Itude Featuring Lazy Boy was a freebie tie-in to the series!
A look at the 2017-2019 multiple Eisner Award winning maxi-series.
A story of a young boy, his imagination and a cat!
For their sixth album, Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible they take fans on a wild ride of political insight, personal reflection, and sonic mayhem.
Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge is the first animated MK film from WB Animation. Find out if it lands the combo, or drops it in Grand Finals.
New comics are on pause right now, so we’re diving into the back issues playing catch-up with a House of X/Powers of X review.
Comics are on pause, but it’s also X-Men Week over at the CBI…so we got to go into the library for some old books. Here’s our X-Men Gold volume 1 review.
It’s X-Week over at the CBI, we’re teaming up for some fun while comics are on pause by reviewing X-Men Schism. It was crazy!
It’s most definitely a rainy day for most as the vast majority of people are stuck at home due to the worldwide pandemic. Here’s a The Night Fire review.