Pierre Paquet and Tony Sandoval present what the medium of comics is capable of with a must-read cathartic work.
This week Kelly starts a look at the entire Dragon Ball series (that includes all of Dragon Ball Z too!). Along with that he writes about the Get Jiro prequel and the first issue of Vision.
The nineteenth season of Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s satirical animated series is just as sharp, smart, and profane as ever.
We missed Halloween with this great set, but do we have a Christmas suggestion for you…!
No one does giant robots like Super Sentai shows and the latest incarnation is no exception. The Ninninger Otomonin are a weird mix of awesomeness. Clear some shelf space.
In this Japanese superhero manga, Saitama is a mild mannered superhero for fun… who just so happens to be able to obliterate any opponent he faces with one punch.
Get ready to get spooky!!! This week Kelly looks at ghostly entertainment, including his three favorite spooky comics, and some special Halloween snacks. Plus, what’s the scariest thing of all? Drake shows us.
Kelly ventured into unfamiliar territory by checking out the Star Wars comics from Marvel. Were they any good? Probably. The title of the column says that he like Star Wars stuff now. He also watches Age of Ultron and Bored to Death.
With a comic book-based TV show on almost every night of the week, let’s take a look at the premiere episodes and see how they did in this spoiler-free rundown.
We’ve got a stream of consciousness Raw review featuring thoughts on marriage proposals, Snapple, Sami Zayne showing up in EVOLVE, New Japan’s King of Pro Wrestling, and Raw.
Marvel is kicking off their All New All Different line of books with Invincible Iron Man. Is this comic worthy of being the flagship title or does it miss the mark? Read on to find out.
All You Need is Kill got two great adaptations, a manga with art from Death Note’s Takeshi Obata and the 2014 film Edge of Tomorrow, and Kelly is here to review both of them.
An anonymous creator (no, seriously) presents a new fairy tale for all ages. Read about the goblin who’s all heart inside.
This week, Kelly goes back to a video game from his childhood to see if he can finally finish it. Is Pokémon Blue easier this time around for him or does he once again fail? Also, other stuff that isn’t comics.
Supermassive Games has elevated horror games to the next level with this fantastic interactive drama that you won’t be able to play just once.
In this edition of the column, Kelly manages to tie together Jaco the Galactic Patrolman and Batman: Snow with a poem by Frank O’Hara. If anything, click the link to look at some Seth Fisher art.
Right now there are two new ways for people to get into Ultraman and we’ve got reviews of both of them. For those that prefer to read, we’ve got the Ultraman manga, and for those that want to watch TV, we’ve got Ultraman X.
In a time when most mobile games are little more than constant cash grabs, Three minute Games have crafted a compelling narrative that will leave you on the edge of your seat.
This “What If”-style SECRET WARS tie-in finally gives Spidey fans the mature, family-oriented Peter Parker many of them have been waiting eight years to read about.