Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis pit Atlantis against the surface world in an all-out war, but where does Aquaman's loyalty lie, and what authority does he have over Atlantis? Check out my take on one of DC's biggest events of the New 52!
I know it's not a CBM but it is a damn good movie. Hit the jump and find out why!
This week, Geoff Johns' latest opus continues and the Wrath arc comes to an end in Detective Comics. Read on to see what I thought of each.
The world of Scribblenauts joins forces with the heroes and villains of the DC Universe. Is this turn around sequel in the franchise worth your time? Read on!
It has been seven years since Alfonso Cuarón's last film, and now the director has returned with this heart-pounding space thriller Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. Hit the jump to check out my review. Possible (minor) spoilers ahead...
Now that villain’s month is over you would think that you’d have to time to catch your breath but thanks to Forever Evil mastermind Geoff Johns that’s the last thing you’ll get to do by the end of this issue.
Earth 2 has been the under appreciated book from DC and for those not reading it you’re missing out. Earth 2 #16 pulls out all the stops and will have you shell shocked by the end.
Fantomex has always been one of my favorite characters since first being introduced to him in Rick Remender’s Uncanny X-Force run. Now he has is own “MAX” title and it’s all that and a little bit more.
The Battle of the Atom has reached a fever pitch, and All-New X-Men brings forth even more future X-Men, yet there is still much to be resolved in this massive X-book crossover.
Once again I'm back with reviews of DC Comics' spotlight issues for this week. This week, we review Batman: Black and White #2, Green Arrow #24, Forever Evil #2 as well as the first chapter of Lights Out, Green Lantern #24!
Todd, The Ugliest Kidd on Earth just keeps getting more demented and twisted and for fans of this type of off-the-wall humor it’s the book you always been looking for.
If you don’t think there are any extremely cool or exciting female characters in comics today then you haven’t read any issues of Lazarus. Greg Rucka’s ultimate Lazarus for the Carlyle family is the best there is in comics today!
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. just premiered it’s second episode and it’s a great improvement over it’s pilot episode.
Each month Quantum and Woody gets better with each issue and with the introduction of the oft-promoted goat in issue #4 it’s easily the best and most fun so far.
Is Marvel's debut television series shaping up to be the show we've all been waiting for or a major disappointment?
EpitomeofAwesome reviews Marvel's IRON MAN 3.
My take and spoiler free review on the new Metallica concert film that was recently released in IMAX 3D.
Wolverine and The X-Men #36 is a turning point for the Battle of the Atom story line and if you have been reading the other titles and chapters then you cannot afford to miss this issue.
Another zombie story? Well before you roll your eyes and whip out the latest issue of The Walking Dead, ask yourself what can still be brought to the zombie apocalypse table? The Other Dead answers those questions.
Todd, The Ugliest Kid on Earth returns and it’s raised it’s level of subversiveness to new heights. Raise a glass and toast because the comic without boundaries is back.