My review on The Amazing Spiderman 2 trailer! Check it out after the jump!
This week the Man-Bat arc comes to a close and the war with Apokolips heats up. Not only do I review these two new comics, I have also done my first retro review that Green Lantern fans may want to check out.
Let The Right One In (Swedish: Låt Drätte Komma In) is a 2004 vampire fiction novel by Swedish writer John Ajvide Lindqvist. The story has spawned a Swedish film, a Hollywood remake, and now a West End play.
Jennifer Lawrence is once again luminary in Catching Fire and set the bar high for her competitors with her extraordinary performance. This time the stakes are high, bad guys are charged up and they will do anything to bring Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) down.
The latest MCU movie review by Nibs! Is this when Marvel is going to start catching up to DC in the animation department? Or can you file this one away with your copy of the 1990 Captain America? Click here to find out! Spoilers! And a description of the post-credit scene!
Late reviews are better than no reviews, right? Regardless, check out my reviews for this week's epic finale to Geoff John's run on Aquaman as well as Andy Kubert's second issue of Damian: Son Of Batman after the jump!
Peter. J Tomasi, Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray's Batman and Robin: Death Of The Family hardcover hit all comic book shops this week; is it a book worthy of your Batman collection? Find out my take on the DC event tie-in after the jump!
This week DC brings us two juggernauts and one scrappy pugilist. Find out which comic is which and how I scored them in these reviews.
So the Doctor has uncovered his destiny, the show has turned 50, audiences at cinemas, home with their TVs in over 90 countries have witnessed the higly anticipated momentous day.. the Day of the Doctor. What do I think?
The fifth chapter in Mark Millar (The Ultimates, Jupiter's Legacy) and John Romita Jr.'s (Captain America, Hit Girl) Kick-Ass 3 goes on sale this Wednesday, and you can read our spoiler-free advance review of the issue after the jump!
Mr Sunday reviews the highly anticipated BBC special The Day Of The Doctor featuring the return of your favourite (according to a recent poll) Doctor, David Tennant! Did it live up to all the hype? Find out and share your thoughts after the jump!
Hunger Games: Catching Fire is sweeping the globe and sweeping in the cash, yet... is it worth the hype? Hit the jump for the full, unbiased view!
After coming home from a late showing I threw this together.
Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner (Power Girl) take on the Joker's former girlfriend in one of the most wacky and entertaining comics in recent memory! Find out my take on Harley Quinn #0 after the jump!
Harley Quinn has finally broken out on her own and debuts her new ongoing series this week. Is it worth a buy? Find out within.
Named by some as The Empire Strikes Back of the Hunger Games series, how does Catching Fire stack up against this years spread of big budget blockbusters? Find out in this spoiler free review after the jump and see whether Mr Sunday declares it best or worst movie ever.
There is something that do not understand about why critics and Superman fans do not like this film. In my opinion, I believe that Man of Steel is one of the greatest superhero movies of all time! Here are are the reasons why I believe they should!
The hotly anticipated sequel to the 2012 success hits cinemas this week, with a follow-up that promises to up the stakes, increase the drama and head into darkness. So does Catching Fire hit the bullseye or miss its mark? staypuffed reviews!
Have you felt like you have been forgotten because you haven't upgraded to Blu-Ray yet? Well, I'm here to let you know that you haven't been with this full review of the standard definition home release.
Hi. Abary here. Yesterday I watched Thor: The Dark World with my friend. Before I saw the movie, I thought that I would write a review to post after I see it. But after having this hilarious conversation with my friend, I knew that this would be a lot better.