What if I told you that Daredevil Season 3 would feature a resurrected-from-the-dead Matt Murdock, the return and rise of the true Kingpin, and the introduction of a pathological Bullseye — but that they would all take a backseat to… Agent Nadeem? And therein lies the problem with all of the speculation claiming that Disney
What if I told you that for the price to two or three comic books a month, you could read ALL the comic books? There are just two caveats. It’s Marvel Comics only. No Image. No DC. And the biggie — every issue’s at least 6 months old. That’s the bargain you make with Marvel
Arguably Netflix’s biggest film yet, David Ayer’s Bright has finally hit the streaming service. It got some pretty bad reviews yesterday from critics, some even calling it the worst movie of 2017. Is it really that bad? Of course not. Is it great? Not at all, but there are things to like here in this
Ranging in powerful emotions from pain to pride, STEP showcases the spectacular true story of young Baltimore high school girls balancing college applications, their school step team, and challenges of lower-income Baltimore life. But where STEP hits it out of the park with heart, it falters with less focus on choreography, performance, or teamwork.
Tom King and Mitch Gerads’ first issue in their Mister Miracle miniseries is not one to be forgotten. The series focuses on Mister Miracle (Scott Free) at a painful and scary point in his life, examining his mental state. The superhero’s ability is he can escape anything and it quickly becomes clear that King will twist that
Winter is here, One week after the season premiere and the story seems to go forward quickly. Today I am gonna review the new packed episode of `Game of Thrones`. Major Spoilers from the newest episode of `Game of Thrones` ahead In this episode, we got to see a lot of story progression, and
Ta-Nehisi Coates and Yona Harvey deliver yet another well-written story accompanied by Butch Guice’s stunning visuals.
Cyborg #11 is powerful. Where previous issues have felt lacking in emotion, this book features a villain whose relationship with Cyborg is painful to see. The art is good, as always, but is never consistent.
It’s no secret that the DCEU has had some trouble gaining critical success from their movies, and many have looked to ‘Wonder Woman’ as the savior. I had the honor of attending an early fan screening, and I’m happy to say that the fan’s prayers have been answered!
John Semper Jr. is one of the most consistent writers I’ve found. His work on Cyborg tends to not vary too much, usually good but not perfect and this issue follows that trend. The art stays consistent but the inks make the pages a little dull.