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.
ComicBookMovie.com President Nate Best gives his spoiler-free thoughts on Marvel and Disney’s comic inspired space opera. Is it going to be a hit? Read the review and find out!
The latest issue of the best zombie comic on stands is here. Find out what I thought of it in my latest review.
Be ready to see more of Arrow's Roy Harper as "Arsenal" in Season 3, but also what does the new look mean for the beginning of the show's third season.
Hello my fellow CBMers, Nova here with a review of the hotly anticipated sequel to 2011's Rise of the Planet of the Apes. If you wanna know what I thought about the film, with no spoilers, hit the jump to check out my review!
The latest issue of Superman explores Clark's skills as an investigative journalist, as he searches for clues to the origin of a new superhuman in Metropolis who adopts Superman as his new earthly mentor.
Brett Ratner's latest directorial effort Hercules explodes into cinemas this weekend hoping to steal the top spot from DOTPOTA whilst holding off Scarlett Johansson's Lucy. Hit the jump to find out Mr Sunday's spoiler free thoughts on The Rock's highly anticipated interpretation.
Can it be that we have another intelligent summer blockbuster???
The Point of Geeks reviews the post-apocalyptic film, Snowpiercer. Starring Chris Evans, Jamie Bell, Tilda Swinton, John Hurt. Directed by Joon-ho Bong
Nova #19 sees Sam Alexander reeling from the revelation of his father as murderer rather than hero, which drives him to join Rocket Raccoon on a quest for the truth about who his father really was.
Original Sin #6 continues to deliver solid story and great character development, which is enough to win over readers, but still lacks in both action and new revelations.
Here is a glimpse of the late Michael France's Fantastic Four screenplay. Does this script hold up to the comics?
I'm not ashamed to say that i'm a fan of Michael Bay's Transformers movies so obviously I was looking forward to seeing Age of Extinction. Sadly not even the Dinobots could save this one though!
Uncanny X-Men #23 was a near flawless Original Sin tie-in that contained the right amount of character development and plot movement, still managing to entertain readers despite being light on action.
Matt Reeves' follow up to ROTPOTA has been out stateside for a week or so, but it only hits UK/Ireland theaters tomorrow. So for our readers from that neck of the woods, you can find out what your friendly neighborhood Rormachine thought of the film after the jump.
Anything Guillermo Del Toro does gets a free pass. And the genre bending pilot for 'The Strain', his book that's been adapted into comics, and now finally comes full circle as the TV series he envisioned it as, ranks high among his works!
Does this script capture the spirit of the World’s Greatest Comics Magazine? When it comes to film adaptations, the Fantastic Four are a tough nut to crack.
Walking Dead #129 is a solid issue that lives up to the high standards of storytelling that Robert Kirkman has come to be known for, and brings depth to old characters, while carefully expanding it’s universe to welcome new characters to the freak show.