• 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 […]

  • Comics
    All hell Baroque loose in the imagery of Daredevil season 2 adverts

    Aaah, Daredevil, the devil in Hell’s Kitchen. When Stan Lee and Bill Everett co-created Matt Murdock, I’m sure the duo took everything they knew about Satan and injected him with a crap load of irony. Thus, Daredevil was born; a Catholic, blind vigilante who struggles to spare the villains that enforce the namesake of Hell’s […]

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    Daredevil: Season 2 review: Part 1

    Superhero fans everywhere rejoice. Daredevil: Season 2 has finally arrived and Batman VS Superman comes out at the end of this month. For now let’s take a look at the first six episodes of Daredevil:Season 2. There are a lot of new additions to Matt’s universe but are all of them good? Let’s dive in. […]

  • 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: […]

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    Marvel’s Jessica Jones: Series Review

    I must admit that initially I had reservations about Jessica Jones. It didn’t seem like the logical follow up to Daredevil. I mean, Daredevil is a premier character with a storied history who deserved a quality movie or TV show. Jessica Jones just didn’t have the grandeur behind her name to get me excited. I […]

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    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 […]

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    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 […]

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    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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    Dark Knight III The Master Race: Issue 1 review

    The third, and final installment of Frank Miller’s Dark Knight saga finally arrived yesterday. The news of even having a third sequel to The Dark Knight Returns may have had you a little worried. You may even still be worried. I know when I heard the announcement, my immediate reaction was ” Why? Just let […]

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    Artist Spotlight: Mike Mignola

    For this month’s artist spotlight I’m featuring the man responsible for creating Hellboy. Basically a character that helped to establish Dark Horse comics as a legitimate competitor  to DC and Marvel comics. Mike Mignola had already established himself as a unique talent in the comics industry prior to creating Hellboy. His stock was on the […]