• Action/Adventure
    Best Films of 2017

    Another year has flown by and like always, it’s time to reflect back on the stand out films and comics that came out. 2016 was one of the worst years for films but 2017 ended up being one of the strongest in quite a while. There was no shortage of interesting and exciting films, with […]

  • Comics
    Artist Spotlight: Bill Sienkiewicz

    Bill Sienkiewicz ( pronounced Sin-ke-vich) is a comics legend and one of my favorite artists of all time. He’s pretty much worked on every prominent comic character for DC, Marvel and more. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve picked up a book from the 80’s, 90’s, or 2000’s and found his name attached. […]

  • Comics
    Comic Creator Tribute: Darwyn Cooke (R.I.P)

    Sadly, comic legend Darwyn Cooke passed away on May 14th of this year. He was only 53 years old. Cooke, no doubt had more stories to tell, and with his impressive track record you know that we will be missing out on fantastic pieces of work. Cooke was a Toronto born creator who started fairly […]

  • Comics
    Your new favourite mangaka: Tsutomu Nihei

    Back in the early 19th century a whole bunch of very paranoid textile-working bruhs had a major bitch-flip. They were called the Luddites and what they did was uprise, namely broke a bunch of threshing machines. Before you dismiss them simply as Green Street Hooligans their paranoia and consequent actions sort of made sense. The Luddites […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Weirdest Comic Book Crossovers Of All Time

    The comic book crossover often sounds like a good idea doesn’t it? I mean who wouldn’t find the idea of seeing Green Lantern team up with Silver Surfer? Or Alien vs Predator?Superman vs Spider-man was the first offical Dc/Marvel crossover to get the ball rolling in the seventies.   Fans just yearn for the type […]

  • Comic Book
    New Artist profile & Interview: Nicolas Faluotico

    This month I’m going to introduce an up and coming independent artist that caught my eye, and is producing interesting work. He’s a penciler, inker, letterer, colorist and painter. He even dabbles in a bit of animation and graphic design. His name is Nicolas Faluotico and he hails from the tiny South American nation, Uruguay. […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Deadpool: Movie Review

    The last time Marvel’s merc with a mouth was on the big screen was 2009’s , “Wolverine: Origins” movie. Not exactly a faithful representation. In fact it was almost the opposite of anything close to a faithful representation. One thing that most fans agreed on was the casting of Ryan Reynolds. It seems that “Wolverine: […]

  • Action/Adventure
    2015: The Best In Film

    I have to be honest. 2015 was one of the worst years in film in quite some time. Some good stuff, not very many great ones, and a lot of duds. This may not be an entirely accurate assessment of the year because I’ve missed watching several films. Mission Impossble 5, Ex Machina, The Revenant […]

  • Action/Adventure
    2015: The Best In Comics

    It’s time to sum up 2015 in comics. Let’s take a look at the best this incredible medium had to offer this year. Top 6 ongoing series of 2015 6. Injustice ( DC Comics) – By Brian Buccellato, Bruno Redondo & various artists  5. Astro City ( Image Comics) By Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson & Various […]

  • Action/Adventure
    10(ish) Actors Who Best Portrayed Comic Heroes Part 2

    Hope the first batch of actors peaked your interest. Of course, not all of us will agree on these things but I think most , will at least reach some common ground. Let’s finish things off with the final installment. With plenty more superhero movies on the way, I look forward to adding to the […]

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