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.
My review and Thoughts
The year ahead is primed for a DC takeover with The Flash, Gotham and Constantine all premiering and Arrow diving into its third season. Having recently caught an early version of the pilot, check out what I thought of the upcoming supernatural drama, Constantine.
Wolverine mans up, takes responsibility for his actions, and finds out forgiveness is divine, as he prepares for all out war with Sabretooth.
The Point of Geeks review 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes'
Can things get any better for the Transformers film series?
The much anticipated sequel to 2011's 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' has finally hit theaters worldwide. Landing too much acclaim across the board, check out below to see if all the hype amounted to anything.
For the latest installment of "Belser Movie Reviews", "The Belser" takes on the latest chapter in the revived Planet Of The Apes franchise. Does this battle for Earth between humanity and apes get the Belser Seal of Approval ? Check it out....
Kristian and Mark have been looking forward to this follow up to Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes for a very long time, and after the jump you can find out of their expectations were met, or if they left disappointed by those damn dirty apes on horses.
Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes explodes into cinemas this weekend, threatening to steal the top spot from Transformers: AOE. Hit the to find out Mr Sunday's spoiler free thoughts on the highly anticipated sequel and how it stacks up against the rest of the year so far in film.
Starkasm here. Read on for my thoughts on this highly anticipated release.
Future Earth Entertainment asked me to take a look at their first and recently released Indie Comic, Earth Alliance. Click the jump to find out more about this interesting sci-fi indie comic book.
I don't monkey around when it comes to Caesar. But is he really the OG, double OG, triple OG we all anticipated? Well, I got news for ya...