Faith and Willow drift towards the dark side in these two episodes, but only one of them comes back.
The plot thickens and the stakes are raised, so to speak, as Season Three reaches its midway point.
Buffy explores the dark history of a famous fairy tale and faces her toughest challenge as Season Three keeps picking up steam.
Whedon and company provide some clever riffs on two well-known Holiday classics in these two entertaining episodes.
Secrets are uncovered and old foes return in these two exciting key episodes from Season Three.
While Buffy struggles with reintegrating herself into the life of a high school student, an unexpected enemy emerges from the shadows.
One of the original and biggest independent titles in comics history is returning in a big way. Panels on Pages talks to Wendy and Richard Pini about the return of ‘Elfquest’, the move to Dark Horse, and the future of the longest running independent fantasy series in comics history.
Buffy returns to school and gets some new additions to her supporting cast…and one returning character.
Season 3 stumbles a bit out of the gate but quickly picks itself up as Buffy returns to Sunnydale to face her demons, both literal and figurative.
As expected, the awesome second season of BtVS ends in dramatic fashion with our beloved heroine once again fighting to prevent a world-ending catastrophe, only this time…It’s Personal!
The Scooby Gang faces a heartbroken spirit and a team of Gill Men in this winning pair of Season Two episodes.
PoP!ulation member Chris Ward took to social media this past Sunday to give his reviews of some of the best films released in 2013…using only his action figure collection.
Whedon and Company continue to pile on the heartbreak as a series regular bites the dust. Plus, yet another reason to be freaked out by hospitals.
2013 was a great year for music. A lot of awesome stuff came out. So what if we were to take ten of the best albums and rank them? Has anybody thought to do that before? Panels on Pages breaks new ground in year end articles with this TOP 10 LIST!
Werewolves and witchcraft abound in these substantially fun episodes from Season Two.
The final chapter in Pop!’s look at The Devil includes the very beginnings of Grendel, stories yet to be collected set in the time of Orion and Jupiter, and Batman’s fateful meetings with not one, but two Grendels. History awaits inside.
After a season and a half of sexual tension, Buffy and Angel finally get it on…with decidedly tragic results.
PoP!’s comprehensive look back on 30 years of Grendel continues as the series takes a dramatic turn. This week: Grendel challenges a vampire-ridden Vatican and then takes over the world, and the series is saved after a publisher goes under. Learn more about the Devil inside.
Despite having a high profile guest-star and paying homage to a sci-fi classic, these two standalone episodes fail to live up to the greatness of Season Two as a whole.
PoP! takes a comprehensive look back on 30 years of Grendel, one of the most innovative titles in independent comics history. This week: A look at the original Grendel, Hunter Rose, and his “grand-daughter,” Christine Spar. The saga begins here with one of the most popular characters in comics.
From the mystical city of K’un-L’un to the offices of Alias Investigations, the back half of Marvel’s Netflix offerings couldn’t have more different source material. Take a look at who we see as filling the fictional shoes of Rand, Jones and their pals.
The Scooby Gang explore their future career options and meet another Slayer in this exciting two-parter.
In an unprecedented move, Marvel Studios and Netflix have entered a 60-episode deal to produce 4 series based on their stable of street-level heroes. We’ve got news on showrunners, but not on-screen talent. Come speculate with us, won’t you?
Buffy experiences her first case of Vampire Envy and Giles confronts his reckless youth as Season 2 gets more interesting with each episode.
Kelly Harrass brings his analysis of Grant Morrison’s ‘Batman’ run to an end in this piece, looking at how it all fits into the greater DC continuity, the “ending” that Morrison has in mind for Batman, and his final thoughts on the run as a whole.
The gang encounters the world’s most evil fraternity (which is saying a lot) and sort of remake HALLOWEEN III in these two fun-filled adventures.
Panels on Pages talk to the creators of Dark Horse’s newest graphic novel, “Sabertooth Swordsman,” about the creation of the title, what it took to get published, and the state of comics in 2013 and why we need a little more fun.