• Movies
    Arrival: Movie Review

    Ever since I stumbled on the trailer for this movie, I’ve been looking forward to it’s release. Being a Science Fiction fan, clearly the subject matter appeals to me but having director, Denis Villeneuve attached sealed it for me. Villeneuve’s last two films, Siccario & Prisoners, were both strong, especially Siccario. Would Arrival live up […]

  • Action/Adventure
    X-men: Apocalypse – REVIEW

    Summer movie season is in full effect with the arrival of the third movie of the, sort of rebooted X-men franchise. X-men: Apocalypse hit theaters on Friday May 27th, so how was it? Let’s dive in. I’ve got to say that thanks to X-men: Days Of Future Past, I don’t know what timeline to follow. […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Ranking the DC animated movies: Part 2

    It’s time to conclude this epic list and give these flicks the recognition they deserve. Marvel may have the edge in the big screen world, but DC surely has the upper hand in the animated world. The cream of the crop here, only confirms that. 14. J.L.A: Gods and Monsters Bruce Timm made a bit […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Ranking the DC Animated Movies: Part 1

    The new trailer for Dc’s Batman: The Killing Joke, arrived this week. The movie marks the return of iconic voice actors Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill as Batman and Joker. Bruce TImm is back in the fold as well. For those that are unaware, DC and Warner Bros. has been consistently releasing animated films based […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Batman vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice: Review

    Friday, March 25th allowed audiences to go watch, easily one of the most hyped comic book films of the year. Much has been speculated and dissected since it was announced almost two years ago. And why not? This is the first time, arguably the two biggest superheroes were in one movie together. Throw in the […]

  • 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 […]

  • SciFi
    The Martian

    This movie is on my list of favourites. It has a hint of action, but it is mostly about survival. The martian is an inspiring movie in many different ways. It has inspired me to think ‘above and beyond’ just like the ‘martian’ did in times of crisis. The ‘martian’ was a very brave man […]

  • 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 […]

  • Action/Adventure
    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 […]

  • Books
    Star Trek Enterprise – Kobayashi Maru

    As someone who enjoyed the Enterprise series, this novel served nicely to bridge the story onward from when it was taken off TV, although there are a few other novels preceeding this one. This was another story I got a lot of enjoyment from, it has espionage missions, space battles, phaser and disruptor shoot-outs, and […]

  • Books
    The Silver Ships & Libre by S.H. Jucha

    OK really quick review of the first two books in the silver ships series. Don’t go into this expecting any amazing writing, or think about any new and amazing technology or military battles again you won’t find it. What you will find however is a cute sweet little story that actually engages you almost from […]

  • Action/Adventure
    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 […]

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