Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #26 is a little (okay, a lot!) different than the previous few issues that Robbie Thompson has penned. The story starts, surprisingly, in a retirement home. And it took me a little while to realize that the character talking was, in fact, Peter Parker. Issue #26 gives us a world where the super […]
Spider-Man vs. Deadpool issue #23 is full of action, humor, and all the pop-culture references one would expect from a Spider-Man and Deadpool comic. The banter is fun and the story easily keeps your interest. I’m glad to see this series continue on under Silk writer, Robbie Thompson. Read our before commenting. Please do not […]
Mystic Messenger is a messenger style Otome game made by Cheritz. I’ve played a bit of a couple other Otome games, and Mystic Messenger is refreshingly different. You feel more immersed in your interaction with the characters. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Issue #29 of Nightwing is a “Dark Nights: Metal” tie-in story. It opens with Mr. Freeze facing the Batman Who Laughs. Which only confuses Mr. Freeze. Was he talking to Batman or the Joker? The Batman-like creature only responds that he is, “Something more, from down, down, down among the gnashing teeth. A place colder […]
Unholy Grail by writer Cullen Bunn, published by Aftershock comics, gives us a different twist on the King Arthur tale. In Bunn’s new series, Merlin is a demon and Arthur is not the heroic figure we usually hear about. This comic approaches what the King Arthur legend would be like if it was a horror […]
I’ve been reading Marvel’s Silk from the first issue. Spider books aren’t normally something I read. When it comes to Marvel, I tend to read Deadpool and more Deadpool. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Sailor Moon R: The Movie was released dubbed and uncut in US theaters beginning in January 2017. I had the opportunity to see the movie in the theater this past weekend. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
I had been meaning to check out the Spider-Man/Deadpool team up comic for a while now. While I have never been the biggest fan of Spider-Man, I love Deadpool and his dynamic with Spider-Man is a lot of fun. (Or it is for Deadpool anyway. Spider-Man is not a fan.) The first volume of this […]
When I first started reading Sam Maggs‘ new book, Wonder Women, I was surprised that I had not heard of many of the women she wrote about. Reading through the stories of innovation, invention, discovery, and espionage, it was amazing to see how often women’s accomplishments were looked over, or worse: attributed to men. Read our […]
When I first heard that they were going to reboot Ghostbusters, I have to admit, I was a little apprehensive. I wasn’t sure that this was something that I wanted – at all. I had worried that they would make it stupid. (Ghostbusters II wasn’t all that great, but many comedy movies these days are […]