It’s the biggest Marvel even ever and nothing will ever be the same! While it’s too early to judge the story of “Secret Wars,” it’s easy to see that it’s terrible. Confused? Let us explain.
With more comic book adaptations permeating pop culture than ever, it was only a matter of time before something came along and ruined it for everyone. We just didn’t think it would ruin it with awesomeness.
Kelly took his girlfriend to C2E2 this year and now he wants to give you all some advice for taking your significant other to a con.
Secret Wars is right around the corner so this seems like a good time to read Secret Warriors, right? That’s what Kelly Harrass thought. Join him as he reads through the entire series and provides commentary as he’s reading the trades.
This look back at the original line up of DC’s New 52 titles was too huge for one post to contain it. Today, we’re taking a detailed and comprehensive look back at the teams that made the titles from the second half of the alphabet.
DC is looking to challenge Marvel’s dominance at the box office starting next year, but based on what we’ve seen so far, their TV output is looking much more intriguing.
Scott Snyder expands the AMERICAN VAMPIRE universe in this thrilling five-issue miniseries.
Sometimes you hit a little bump in the road. That’s what Shadowland was for Daredevil. Kelly Harrass and Lee Rodriguez discuss what went wrong this week in the Daredevil Deliberation.
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.
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.
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.
The final season comes to a close in appropriately epic fashion and results in a massive shakeup of the Slayer dynamic.
The town of Sunnydale clears out and the extended Scooby Gang experiences some deep dissension as their future gets considerably bleaker.
Spike gains some clarity on his tortured past, a long-lost former ally returns to the side of good, and the gang meets up with yet another powerful adversary as the countdown to the end continues.
Buffy embarks on another vision quest and Andrew faces his guilt as the final showdown with The First draws ever closer.
Willow continues to wrestle with her inner demons and the group gains an unexpected ally as the showdown with The First draws closer.
The number of Potential Slayers continues to grow and includes a familiar face as Buffy’s young students begin to face their foes head-on.
It’s Christmas day and it’s the final day of the countdown! Merry Christmas everyone! Click the link to listen to one last song.
The Ramones made a modern Christmas classic with their song Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want to Fight Tonight). Don’t you dare fight me on calling it a classic.
The Brian Setzer Orchestra plays the super popular Christmas standard, Sleigh Ride.
Dean Martin had a TV show in the 60’s and today we’ve got a clip from his 1968 Christmas special for you. See him be the coolest guy that you’ve ever seen dance with two ladies dressed like Santa.
Today’s selection brings us Zooey Deschanel’s folk band playing a song written by one of the Beach Boys.
The metal legend, Dio, brings his operatic vocals to the Christmas classic, “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.” Or “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen” depending on who you ask.
The Summers residence gets a lot more crowded and Buffy eases into a mentor role to train some new potential Slayers as the arc of Season Seven begins to take shape.
Paul McCartney’s Wonderful Christmastime is a song that divides Christmas music lovers. I touch on that a bit, but then I read the comments and that is much more enjoyable.
This year Seth MacFarlane released a Christmas album and it’s really good. Looking for proof? Today we’ve got his version of I’ll Be Home for Christmas for you.
Sufjan Stevens has a lot of Christmas music in his catalog. Of course I pick the one about really depressing stuff.