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Does Guardians Of The Galaxy, the most ambitious comic book movie since Iron Man, stand its ground against this year's fierce competition? Hit the jump to check out DEVLIN712's spoiler free review and why Ronan might be better suited to a job at the local DMV!
Justice League #32 introduces the classic members of the Doom Patrol, as Chief is on a quest to possess the Power Ring and forces the group to participate in some slightly unethical behavior. Hit the jump for the full review!
Guardians of the Galaxy is finally out in cinemas, and you can read my spoiler-free verdict on James Gunn's spectacular Marvel Studios space opera right here! Is it really Star Wars for a new generation of another Green Lantern? Well, it's certainly not the latter...
One too many bat-films? Does DC find something different to bring to a character seen so many times before?
Guardians of the Galaxy #17 brings the gang back together, but the pacing is sloppy, the character development strangely absent, and Rocket doesn't get near enough page time. Hit the jump to see the full review!
This review is for a book unlike anything Archie Comics have sent me to date. Read on to find out what I thought of their venture into the world of prose.
The Irish embargo on this lasted a bit longer than most other regions, but it's now lifted and I can tell you what I thought of Marvel's latest. Does Guardians Of The Galaxy deserve the praise that's been heaped upon it? I am Groot!
Based off of the Steve Moore graphic novel 'Hercules: The Thracian Wars' and directed by Brett Ratner comes 'Hercules'! Is this adaptation worthy of the son of Zeus? Come find out!
I decided to review Amazing Spider-Man #4 and Transformers vs. G.I. Joe while playing a little Super Hero Squad. Hit the jump to watch the video and see what I thought of these comics.
From the team behind The Court of Owls and Death of the Family comes the modern "punk rock" version of the Dark Knight's origin story - and it's pretty damn good. Check out an in-depth review of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's 12-issue epic, Batman: Zero Year.
Is Lucy worth your time this weekend? Or does she have some 'splaining to do?
I was lucky enough to watch an advanced screening of Marvel's new superhero movie. Here's my thoughts on the summer's biggest and best film!
Would Marvel's First Family be successful as a period piece? Read on to find out!
In 'Guardians of the Galaxy', an American pilot named Peter Quill finds himself the object of a manhunt after stealing an orb coveted by the villainous Ronan. Could this be Marvel's greatest movie yet? After attending a premier screening, I share my thoughts on the latest entry in Marvel's Cinematic Universe.
The newest edition of "Belser Movie Reviews" focuses on the latest from Luc Besson( THE FIFTH ELEMENT)starring Scarlett Johansson. Does this trippy flick get the Belser Seal of Approval ? Check it out....
Here's a glimpse at the X-Men (2000) film in an earlier stage of development.
A little late in the game, but come see why I believe Edge of Tomorrow should be given a second, closer look as one of the most entertaining films of the summer.
Scott Snyder wraps up the Year Zero arc with a fantastic ending that wraps things up nicely, with a focus on Batman's sharp intellect and an exploration of how Bruce Wayne took the pain of his parent's death and turned it into a positive force for the good of Gotham City.
This Guardians of the Galaxy review may be a bit vague in an attempt to avoid spoilers but I hope it will quell anyone's worries about how amazing this new addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe is.
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