Gotham has premiered its pilot episode and reviews are everywhere for the first outing of this anticipated series. Instead of a review i'm going to be doing a breakdown of the series one episode at a time. Hit the jump for more!
Absorbing Man, Peggy and HYDRA Oh my! Agents of SHIELD's second season starts off with a bang, check out my review after the jump!
Fox's Batman prequel series debuted last night to strong ratings, and a pretty good critical response. I'm generally not a huge fan of superhero/comic book based tv, so could this younger rabble of Bat-characters do enough to get me on board? Find out after the jump.
The wonderful folks at Legendary gave me access to this Graphic Novel last week and gave me access to a variety of materials to read and review this new series by writer Judd Winick and Artist Geoff Shaw. Hit the jump for details, you know you want to!
Last night I saw Fox's premiere for their new show focused on the Batman universe without Batman, or in other words....Gotham. And It was something else. Click the jump for my thoughts on the program.
Feeling a bit more CSI then DC, Gotham tries to cram in as many comic flavored Easter eggs as possible at the expense of narrative and direction. Great performances keep the episode afloat but as an entry point into the most hyped show of the season Gotham misses the mark.
With Gotham finally making its debut on Fox not too long ago, I share my thoughts on the Batman prequel. How was it? Hit the jump to find out what...
I review the latest YA novel to movie adaption. Is it better or worse than the likes of Hunger Games and Divergent?
Jonathan Hickman jumps us 8 months into the future of the Marvel Universe where it seems the Avengers are now a fully functioning S.H.E.I.L.D. unit under the leadership of Sue Storm, as she begins searching for the members of the Illuminati who all appear to be missing. Hit the jump for the full review!
This issue continues the story line that started in the Inhumanity series and it was pretty good! Check out the full review for more details!
Here's a new review for Copperhead #1. Great art and great first issue! Check out the full review for the full scoop.
The issue is set in the 1990s and centers around revealing Deadpool's big "original sin," has to do with his parents, his role as an assassin, and how he took the news of being a father. Hit the jump for the full review!
Superman in all his glory goes toe-to-toe with Wraith in an epic battle and finds out later the earth is going to be invaded by an alien race and juicing up his powers via Lex Luthor might be the only way to save the planet. Hit the jump for the full review!
Look inside Deadpool #34 as we look at the art and give an overview of this last Deadpool Original Sin tie-in issue.
Tired of the superhero status quo? Grant Morrison's new Annihilator graphic novel may be just what the doctor ordered. Get our thoughts and check out artwork from the first issue after the jump!