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  • DC / Vertigo Comic Book breakdown for December 17, 2014
    DC / Vertigo Comic Book breakdown for December 17, 2014
    Every week I am sent a package full of comics and graphic novels I’m not able to read from my pals at DC Comics. No matter what I do, I can’t seem to find the time for everything I’d like to take in on an entertainment level. My...
  • Voluntaryists vs the TSA
    Voluntaryists take on the tasteless TSA tormentors
    The Voluntaryist Valiants are vaulting back into battle with yet another action packed adventure comic book episode and these dealers of defensive deeds are in need of freedom's financing. In other words, a new Voluntaryist Indiegogo...
  • Comic Book Review: Secret Six #1
    Comic Book Review: Secret Six #1
    DC Comics reboots the Secret Six in the New 52 Universe as a monthly series. Issue #1 is entitled “One Less Mouth to Feed.” Writer Gail Simone and Penciller Ken Lashley pair up to bring the misfits back into the public eye.Issue #1...
  • Thor #3 review
    Thor #3 review
    We left off with Lady Thor battling the Frost Giants inside of Roxxon. She was battling them when she got separated from the hammer. What will she do now? Would she be able to defeat the Giants and prove she is worthy of the hammer? This issue is...
  • Graphic Novel Review: 'Teen Titans: Earth One Volume One'
    Graphic Novel Review: 'Teen Titans: Earth One Volume One'
    DC Comics continues their crusade to pull in new and youthful readers with “Teen Titans: Earth One Volume One.” The publisher’s fresh visions of Batman and Superman were major hits on the New York Times Bestseller’s List,...
  • Infamous Second Son cover
    PS4 Review: Infamous Second Son
    Infamous Second Son tales place several years after the incident in Infamous 2. In a world full of Conduits, the military has enforced a sub-branch, the DUP, to round up the mutants. Enter Delson Row, a delinquent who becomes a Conduit when a bus...
  • Comic Book Review: Gotham By Midnight
    Comic Book Review: Gotham By Midnight
    Gotham City just can’t seem to catch a break. As if there isn’t enough trouble with human criminals like the Joker, Penguin, and Riddler, the supernatural things that live under your bed and go bump in the night seem to be drawn to the...
  • Gotham Academy #3 Preview
    Gotham Academy #3 Preview
    Here's a preview of one of my current favorite comics out there, Gotham Academy."If you thought getting detention was a pain, just wait till you see detention Gotham Academy-style!"GOTHAM ACADEMY #3Written by BECKY CLOONAN and...
  • Actor Eddie McClintock
    More guests added to Phoenix Fan Fest event
    With just a few weeks to go before the first Phoenix Comicon Fan Fest begins in Glendale, Ariz., the convention staff have announced additional guests who will be in attendance. Joining previously announced celebrity fan favorites are:·...
  • Comic Book Review: Batgirl #36
    Comic Book Review: Batgirl #36
    After taking in DC Comics’ latest issue of Batgirl, I regret not having jumped onboard a month earlier. Issue #35 launched the series back in time to the younger years of Barbara Gordon’s battle against crime. I can’t begin to...
  • DC announces Harley Quinn theme month for February comics
    DC announces Harley Quinn theme month for February comics
    DC Comics announced this past Friday, November 14 that Harley Quinn will be the theme for their February comics and fans are super excited! This means Harley Quinn will be on the covers of the comics released in February. Click here to see the...
  • Big Hero 6
    'Big Hero 6' suits up for action reasonably well
    There is a certain magic to the origin story of a superhero because it really can come out of anywhere and anyone can step up when the situation calls for it. "Big Hero 6" is a delightful action filled romp that doesn't quite hit the...
  • Gotham Academy #2 review
    Gotham Academy #2 review
    The mystery only gets deeper in this issue of Gotham Academy. The story is written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher. The art is by Karl Kerschl with the cover art by Becky Cloonan. We start to learn more about Olive's past in this issue....
  • Although many of the "Monster Pin Up Girls" are posed in the nude, their colorful and cartoony appearances make them seem pop-cultural, not risque.
    Artist Spotlight: Bobby Timony
    Although art and beauty are appreciated by almost everyone to some extent, it is an unfortunate fact that there are many talented artists in the world who are little appreciated despite their incredible talent. Noting the lack of outlets for up...
  • Wizard World Comic Con Austin 2014
    Wizard World Comic Con Austin 2014
    Wizard World Austin Comic Con most definitely delivered this year at the Austin Convention Center to its thousands of attendees from October 11 through 13. Con-goers were blown away from the overwhelming amount of merchandise booths, artist tables...