So what’s going on in this book? Well it’s nothing short of the most colossal and massive event ever to threaten Earth! A secret society of Reed Richards from parallel realities have escaped to our plane of existence with one goal; to save the entire universe! The only only problem is they don’t care if they have to destroy our planet in the process!
Matt Fraction has done the epic and the ingenious on Iron Man for seven ever-entertaining volumes! Find out why number eight is just as good, if not better!
Yes, this is a comparative review between the finale to Mark Millar’s most popular creator-owned title and the latest installment of his magazine. Why compare them? Well, really to highlight how dope CLiNT is.
At its heart, Night of 1000 Wolves is pure survival horror, the setting and theme refreshingly original. A welcome change from the usual modern-day zombie apocalypses.
See why you should read this Flashpoint Trade. There’ll be at least one good point… a flash-point… oh god, I went there, didn’t I? So sorry.
There’s a new IDW book out… who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!
It’s a review of Saga #1… what did you think it was?
I was checking out the website for the RIO THEATRE, wanting to see if I missed the Adam West/Michael Keaton Batman double bill (I did). I then came across this: “The RIO THEATRE presents the 2ND Annual DEAD ON FILM Zombie Short Film & Video Competition!!! We’re looking for YOUR 5 minute Zombie Short Film or Video!!! …
With this Planet of the Apes rise from the ashes, or are we destined for another colossal disappointment? Peep the trailer for yourself.
Sadly, the second issue of 5 Ronin isn’t any better than the first and the entire project is struggling to justify why anyone might care, but not providing a single reason. The Ronin Hulk only “hulks out” once on one page in this issue. It’s completely underwhelming and leads us to wonder; why choose Marvel …