In my final batch for DC Comics reviews this week, we take a look at Justice League #23.2/Lobo, FBP #3, JLA #23.2/Killer Frost, Batman And Robin #23.2/Court Of Owls, Detective Comics #23.2/Harley Quinn and more! SPOILERS! Ahead!
DC Comics has released unlettered preview panels for Green Lantern Corps #24 written by Van Jensen and Robert Venditti with art by Bernard Chang. Check it out!
In the first batch of this week's comic book reviews, we take a look at Aquaman #23.1 - Black Manta, Batman: Black And White #1, Action Comics #23.2 - Zod and much more, but we also discuss some SPOILERS ahead!
Riddick film Review: My thoughts on the film as it performed in the box office, as a piece of cinema, as a sequel, and (effectively) as an Independent film entry. Read on after the jump to see my verdict on this third entry in this franchise.
Jonathan Hickman teases the fate of the Inhumans spinning out of Inhumanity, plus see Simone Bianchi's December cover. Hit the jump to check it out!
The World's End film Review: My thoughts on the film as it performed in the box office, and as a piece of cinema. Read on after the jump to see my verdict on this British Action Sci-Fi Comedy.
Vin Diesel clearly loves this character and was adamant that he'd make another Riddick movie after the disappointing Chronicles..but did audiences really care one way or the other? Well, I didn't, but was I pleasantly surprised? Click on for my take..
DC Comics' fantastic Trinity War has finished. The Justice League are dead and the villains have taken over and I've read pretty much all of the titles out this week except for a couple. Come check out some of my thoughts if you missed any titles this week!
I review the movies of August in short straight to the point blurbs.
DC has given fans a lot to spend money on this month, so I've provided short reviews of titles I've purchased in one spot to help CBM readers. Click for my takes on Forever Evil, Joker, Darkseid, Bizarro, and Relic. Some spoilers within...
We haven't posted any reviews of David Twohey's latest Riddick flick up on CBM, because none of us have had a chance to catch it yet! But Mark and Kristian have, and you can find out what they thought of the movie and their pal Katee Sackhoff's performance after the jump..
Heralded as one of the greatest animated kids shows of all time, there were high expectations for the movie to live up to. Instead of giving a damn the director decided to screw the fans in the ass, But I believe that Nostalgia Critic can save the franchise.
What does DCK Films think of the two biggest comic book movies of the 2013 Summer.
Five years after Iron Man has been released, I go through a long in-depth review of each character from the film, what they mean to me, to the audience and even poke fun at some of the performances in the film + a little history from their comic counterparts.
WARNING: If you have not read THE FLASH #23 yet and do not wish to know what happens, don't hit the jump(major spoilers ahead!)
At Fan Expo Canada 2013, WB Games brought five consoles running the San Diego Comic-Con/E3 demo of Batman: Arkham Origins and we were there to try it out, so quickly check out what impression the game left on us last weekend!
Nibs compiles all of his 2013 reviews in one list! That's 39 different movies! What was the best movie so far this year? The worst? The average score? Man of Steel or Iron Man 3? What about that movie you were thinking of watching? Find out here!!
This week, DC Comics has a great list of books coming out which include the highly-anticipated conclusion to their major event, Trinity War which takes place within Justice League #23. Check out my thoughts after the jump!
Kick-Ass 2 may not have made the impact at the box office that many were expecting, but that doesn't mean it isn't well worth checking out! Hit the jump to read my spoiler-free review of Jeff Wadlow's big screen adaptation of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s comic book series.
If you like period pieces, with HG Wells style of Sci-Fi then this is the story for you.