• Action/Adventure
    Best Comic Book Battles: Feat. Wolverine

    Time to delve into our favorite Canuck Mutant’s best brawls. He’s had a ton, and more often than not they are all entertaining. Because the thing is Wolverine is not a terribly skilled fighter. Sure, he can hold his own with the best of them but he doesn’t have the training or skill set of […]

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    Angel’s New Look for X-Men: Apocalypse Revealed

    Ever since the end credit scene of X-Men: Days of Futures Past, we have waited with bated breath for X-Men: Apocalypse to come out.  Those familiar with the popular comic storyline have some expectation for some certain character from previous movies, and director Bryan Singer has done his best to slowly tease the character of […]

  • Comic Book
    Thanos and his love life

    Hopefully you’ve seen Age of Ultron by this point?  I’m assuming that you have either already seen it (or as you are reading this) are planning on seeing it again for the second or third time!  If you’ve not seen it yet, but are planning on doing so in the future, please give this post […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Daredevil on Netflix: Series Review Part 2

    At last I have completed watching the entire series. Part two of my review focuses on episodes 6 to 13. It was a wild ride that I hope to be on again. The question that really lingers in my head is will we get a second season right away or will Marvel focus on exploring […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Mad Max: Fury Road: REVIEW

    “As the world fell it was hard to know who was more crazy. Me… Or everyone else.” – Max The first thing I’ll say about this film is what a rush! Brace yourselves for a high octane ride that’s a spectacle for all the senses. It’s been 30 years since the last Mad Max movie […]

  • Comic Book
    GREEN LANTERN

    Unlike many other reviewers and critics, I am not going to completely pan Green Lantern. I agree that it had the potential to be so much more, but most Superhero movies have that same potential and when the studios are forced to spend a significant portion of on screen time to the introduction of the […]

  • Agent Carter
    Ant-Man: Movie Review

    I must admit that when I heard Marvel was actually going forward with giving Ant-Man his own movie I was surprised. Sure, Ant-Man is cool but, really? His own movie? The casting of the movie didn’t make me any more excited for the movie either. Paul Rudd is pretty one note to me and fairly […]

  • Comic Book
    BATMAN vs. ROBIN micro REVIEW

    Every time the DC/Warner Bros. animated film collaboration announces a new title in their release slate, comic book fans descend upon their favorite blogs looking for scraps of information with the ravenous hunger of a pack of freshly turned zombies in search of their first mouthful of brains. With their successful run of animated features, […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Avengers vs Avengers 2: Movie Review & Comparison

    The most anticipated sequel of the year finally hit North American theaters on Friday May 1st. It had a massive opening day and a very strong opening weekend. Not quite as strong as the first Avengers movie but it easily dominated the box office this weekend.  After watching Avengers 2 I realized how often I […]

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    Top 15 Batman T.A.S. Episodes of all time

    In honor of the newly announced batch of Batman: The Animated Series figures that DC is putting out I figured it would be nice for me to revisit the series. It’s no secret that this incarnation of Batman remains many fans definitive version of the character. It was such a timely and special series that […]

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    Pulp Comic Characters: Remembering The Forgotten Icons

    It’s 2015 and names like Batman and Spider-man are as well known as Homer Simpson or Santa Claus. The names that are becoming harder and harder to remember are those of the pulpy characters that helped shaped these modern day superheroes.  i’m not that old, but it seems that unless you’re over the age of […]