Better Late Than Never - BETTER CALL SAUL Season One

Better Late Than Never – BETTER CALL SAUL Season One

AMC's acclaimed BREAKING BAD prequel series is one of those rare spinoffs that is just as good or better than the original. ... [more]
Jun 08, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post
Old-School Comic Review - INCREDIBLE HULK Annual # 12 (1983)

Old-School Comic Review – INCREDIBLE HULK Annual # 12 (1983)

Two decades before "Planet Hulk," Marvel's Green Goliath made another intergalactic journey to free an oppressed race, with even less positive results. ... [more]
Jun 03, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post
REDMAN is the WorldStarHipHop of Tokusatsu

REDMAN is the WorldStarHipHop of Tokusatsu

Redman is the tokusatsu hero for you if you like a hero that goes around and beats seemingly innocent monsters to death. Justice or senseless ... [more]
May 31, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post
Prepare for 'APOCALYPSE' with 'ROGUE ONE: AN X-MEN STORY' Trailer

Prepare for ‘APOCALYPSE’ with ‘ROGUE ONE: AN X-MEN STORY’ Trailer

Check out our PoP! Exclusive trailer for ROGUE ONE: AN X-MEN STORY featuring everyone's favorite southern belle, based shot-for-shot on the ROGUE ONE: A STAR ... [more]
May 27, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post
Better Late Than Never - KRAMPUS

Better Late Than Never – KRAMPUS

This Holiday-themed horror film from the director of TRICK R’ TREAT is a fun and chilling delight no matter what time of year you watch it.

Ranking Every 2016 Best of the Super Juniors Match (Final Update)

Ranking Every 2016 Best of the Super Juniors Match (Final Update)

The Best of the Super Juniors is New Japan’s annual showcase of their junior heavyweight division and this year PoP! is ranking every match over the course of the tournament.

Clearing Out the Backlog 13: Remembering Darwyn Cooke

Clearing Out the Backlog 13: Remembering Darwyn Cooke

In this edition of Clearing Out the Backlog, Kelly remembers Darwyn Cooke, the amazing artist that the world recently lost to a battle with cancer.

Superhero Movies Should Stop Destroying Any More Cities For A While

Superhero Movies Should Stop Destroying Any More Cities For A While

Citywide destruction has become both cliched and problematic in superhero movies, and the makers of these films need to come up with more creative ways to render their climactic battles on the big screen.

Review: ‘The Twilight Children’

Review: ‘The Twilight Children’

Darwyn Cooke’s final published work stands as a master’s thesis in comics storytelling.

Review: ‘Land of the Witching Hour’ #1

Review: ‘Land of the Witching Hour’ #1

So brilliant in its simplicity. And lack of information.

Ring of Honor’s Global Wars Live Show Report

Ring of Honor’s Global Wars Live Show Report

On May 8th, Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling co-promoted their big pay per view event, Global Wars in Chicago Ridge and PoP!’s own Kelly Harrass was in attendance.

Review: ‘Batman’ #52

Review: ‘Batman’ #52

Batman’s ‘New 52’ Era ends not with a bang or a whimper but a solid Batman story instead.

What If CIVIL WAR and BATMAN V. SUPERMAN Opened On The Same Weekend?

What If CIVIL WAR and BATMAN V. SUPERMAN Opened On The Same Weekend?

Now that the two biggest superhero movies of the year have officially opened, we can only wonder what would have happened if they both premiered on the same day as originally announced.

Review: “Weavers” #1

Review: “Weavers” #1

Simon Spurrier has made his reputation for having one hell of an imagination. The reputation continues to grow with ‘Weavers’.

Free Comic Book Day 2016 and What You Should Grab

Free Comic Book Day 2016 and What You Should Grab

Free Comic Book Day is on its way! Do you know what free books you want to pick up this year? If you need some ideas, your friends at Panels on Pages are here to help you with the tough decisions.

Review: ‘Alpha King’ #1

Review: ‘Alpha King’ #1

“This book is what happens when beer and comics conceive on a barstool.” Was this a warning from Brian Azarello?

Outside The Longbox  - Documentary Now

Outside The Longbox – Documentary Now

IFC’s seven-episode collection of documentary spoofs by three talented SNL alums successfully rescues the parody genre from its latter-day purgatory.

Where Are the Wrestlers from ROH's 100th Show Now?

Where Are the Wrestlers from ROH’s 100th Show Now?

It’s been 10 years since ROH’s 100th Show and today we’re taking a look at every wrestler on that show to see where they have ended up after a decade has passed. Who went on to great things on this star-studded show?

Review: ‘Superman: American Alien’ #6

Review: ‘Superman: American Alien’ #6

Landis has captured the feeling of why this character is so iconic like no one else has in a long time with nary a death, epic fight, or some long-winded dissertation on what “the Symbol” means.

Review: ‘Renato Jones: The One %’ #1

Review: ‘Renato Jones: The One %’ #1

Image Comics presents an artist and writer that has had some questionable work in the public eye – and his redemption.

Review: ‘Batman: Europa’

Review: ‘Batman: Europa’

Taking all of the baggage and delays out of the equation, ‘Batman: Europa’ is certainly one of the better short-form Batman stories to come along in some time.

Who / What Would You Like To See In A Possible PUNISHER Netflix Show?

Who / What Would You Like To See In A Possible PUNISHER Netflix Show?

The chances of a solo Punisher show on Netflix have risen greatly due to the response to his appearance in DAREDEVIL Season Two. What stories and characters would you like to see reflected if Frank Castle is granted his own show?

Review: ‘I Hate Fairyland Vol. 1’

Review: ‘I Hate Fairyland Vol. 1’

Young is having more fun than any human should with this book, and it shows in every sharp line, wide-eyed expression and gory drop of bodily fluid.

Tranquilo: The Rise of Tetsyua Naito

Tranquilo: The Rise of Tetsyua Naito

Tetsuya Naito is not the wrestler that he used to be. The former Stardust Genius is now tranquilo. With a laid back attitude and bad intentions, Naito has taken himself from the midcard to the main event.

Review: ‘Dept H #1’

Review: ‘Dept H #1’

Kindt attempts to strike gold again in familiar territory with another creator-owned property for Dark Horse in the form of Dept H.

Are DC and Warner Brothers Really In A No-Win Situation?

Are DC and Warner Brothers Really In A No-Win Situation?

After BATMAN V SUPERMAN’s box office take plummeted dramatically in its second week, many speculated that its cinematic universe was in jeopardy, but are things really as dire as they say?

Review: ‘Super Human Resources II’ #1

Review: ‘Super Human Resources II’ #1

Ever wonder if (or how) superheroes deal with 401k? Or insurance? Expense reports?

Outside The Longbox - The Walk Of Life Project

Outside The Longbox – The Walk Of Life Project

This enthralling web project proves that the Dire Straits’ infectious 1985 hit “Walk Of Life” may be the perfect addition to any movie soundtrack.

Review: Miitomo is a Strangely Fun Way to Pass the Time

Review: Miitomo is a Strangely Fun Way to Pass the Time

Miitomo is Nintendo’s first foray into the world of phone gaming and it is not what you would expect. With this strange combination of game and social media, Nintendo might have a winner on their hands.

Review: ‘Wonder Woman: Earth One’ Vol. 1

Review: ‘Wonder Woman: Earth One’ Vol. 1

The somewhat-controversial entry into DC’s Earth One graphic novel series is much more substance than shock.