Glory finally gets hip to the Key’s identity and the Scoobies embark on a perilous road trip as Season Five enters the home stretch.
After being a Seventies cult icon and an Eighties cinematic laughing stock, Marvel’s resident talking waterfowl has popped up again in the most unlikely of places. Will this mark the dawning of a new era for Duckworld’s favorite son?
Heroic Proportions: The Art of Michael Champion is a unique art book by artist Michael Champion that gives some backers the opportunity to tell him what to draw into his art book.
Nights five, six, and seven of New Japan’s G1 Climax brought us some of the hardest hitting matches of the year thus far. Learn the definition of strong style from this 6-Pack of matches.
What’s the one problem with the Agent Orange arc and what two things are accomplished in issue 43 of Green Lantern? Find out in this edition of the GL Reread as we’re on the road to Blackest Night!
With Marvel getting back into the Star Wars business, should they publish a book wherein the two universes collide?
PoP continues its extended look at the ComiXology and Kickstarter sensation Doc Unknown with a look at a primary villainand a textbook in how to tell the story of a villain to be empathized with and hated at the same time
The gang faces a spurned Love Bot and says goodbye to one of the series’ principal characters in these two emotionally rich episodes.
If you’re a lifelong Turtle fan, you might feel obligated to plunk down your hard-earned money at the box office this weekend. Jason Knize has ’6 Reasons’ why you shouldn’t see ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ on opening weekend.
The G1 Climax is giving us some of the best wrestling of the year. In this PoP! Top 6-Pack we look at six great matches from night four of New Japan’s huge tournament.
Get ready for a rager because the Red Lanterns are here and they’re angry. I really hope you read this because the Blue Lanterns debut in this story too. I promise you wont find anymore Lantern jokes inside.
In the wake of Nerdapalooza’s demise, an entirely new Nerd Music festival – the Orlando Nerd Fest – rises to fill the void. Panels On Pages has the inside scoop on how it happened.
Writer: Fabian Rangel Jr. Artist: Ryan Cody Doc Unknown was another early (as in the second title ever reviewed) favorite in the #CS100: “Doc Unknown” – Good, pulpy stuff. A lighter-hearted “Shadow” and a throwback to simpler times. Well done @FabianRangelJr @ryancody #CS100 — Michael Melchor (@MMelchor) March 14, 2014 Doc Unknown – and to […]
Two major secrets are uncovered with less than ideal results and an old foe from the past resurfaces to make things even more difficult for Spike.
Now that Richard Donner and Quentin Tarantino have dipped their toes into the medium, here are six more well-regarded auteurs that could write some truly kick-ass comic tales.
It’s hard getting into Japanese wrestling. Why not try with the six best matches from the first three nights of the G1 Climax tournament? There’s no better time than now!
Seth Rollins’ WWE debut with the Shield wasn’t his first shocking debut. What happened in his first appearance in Ring of Honor that was so shocking they didn’t air it on pay-per-view? Read more to find out…
In Secret Origin, Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis take their shot at telling the definitive origin for Hal Jordan. They add a lot to the story including ties to Blackest Night, but is it any good?
Watson & Holmes may not have won any Eisners this weekend, but it won or hearts early on in the #CS100. Find out why with our review of the first collected edition of the modern-day Sherlock Holmes reimagining.
Harsh feelings within the group cause yet another spell to go awry, and the Watchers return to Sunnydale to offer Buffy and Giles another chance to play by the rules.