Daredevil’s greatest enemy got a rad miniseries right in the middle of old hornhead’s renaissance and it’s a great bit of fun for the whole family. Well, okay… Maybe not the WHOLE family.
In a weekend where #PoPCSR goes back in time, we have the opportunity to review the Kickstarter smash by the acclaimed creative team behind Secret Six, Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore. Is there such a thing as leaving the reader wanting too much?
This week the Daredevil Deliberation looks at the amazing run of Brian Bendis and Alex Maleev. Spoiler alert: we gush about this run. A lot.
This week in the Daredevil Deliberation: Lee, Ben, and Kelly take a look at the relaunch of Daredevil under the Marvel Knights banner by Kevin Smith and Joe Quesada.
Along with returning favorites, we’ve been treated to some great new characters in Nickelodeon and IDW’s respective Ninja Turtles series. Here are some of our favorites.
Last night, PoP’s own, Kelly Harrass, sat through all three hours of WWE Raw and kept a running commentary of the show. These are his uncut and unedited thoughts. He’s sorry that he did this.
Today in the Daredevil Deliberation we’re talking about the long and often overlooked run of writer Ann Nocenti and her most famous artistic collaborator, John Romita Jr.
Tonight marks the finale of one of the most beloved sitcoms of recent memory and the end of one of the most well-done final seasons ever.
With the never-ending barrage of TV shows based on comic book properties hitting the air (and internet) these days, it’s hard to justify the absence of a certain Dark Knight.
This month in Multiversity, Grant Morrison and Jim Lee bring us the story of what happened on Earth-10 when Superman landed in Nazi Germany and Kelly Harrass is here to break it all down.
Kelly Harrass runs down the things about Secret Wars that he’s most excited for so far. It’s a weird list for what is sure to be a weird event.
Late Monday night, Marvel nearly broke the internet with the sneak announcement that Spider-Man is entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Is that a Good Thing?
Joss Whedon and other acclaimed creators present the further adventures of Buffy and the extended Scooby Gang, free from the constraints of network TV budgets and censors, and the results are pretty damned glorious.
After months of speculation, Marvel has finally revealed the end of the Marvel Universe as we know it in the pages of “Secret Wars.” Is your favorite comic safe?