Category: Reviews

Review: The Dino Charge Morpher and Saber are Mophenomenal

Review: The Dino Charge Morpher and Saber are Mophenomenal

In our final installment, we look at the new weapons in all their loud flashy goodness. These toys rule, you guys.

Review: ‘King's Road’ #1

Review: ‘King’s Road’ #1

Many a fantasy adventure has gone sideways in comics for various reasons. Fortunately, King’s Road does not go down that path.

Review: Hellboy Winter Special 2016

Review: Hellboy Winter Special 2016

This one-shot anthology special starring Dark Horse’s most popular demonic paranormal investigator is a fun, breezy, and mostly effective primer for readers who may be new to the world of Hellboy and the BPRD.

Review: the Power Rangers Dino Charge Auxiliary Zords Bring the Thunder

Review: the Power Rangers Dino Charge Auxiliary Zords Bring the Thunder

The Megazords were awesome, so let’s take a look at all the cool stuff that you can peg onto them and make all sorts of cool-looking nonsense.

Review: ‘Adventures of Supergirl’ #1

Review: ‘Adventures of Supergirl’ #1

Following suit with other television properties, DC debuts their new digital-first series based on the television show starring Supergirl.

Review: ‘Ghost Wolf’

Review: ‘Ghost Wolf’

Fans of swords, axes, injustice, barbarian legends, and bloody vengeance should be well-served by this upcoming collected edition.

Review: 'Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death' #1

Review: ‘Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death’ #1

Amy Chu takes great joy in reshaping the character of Poison Ivy with minimal interference.

Review: ‘Letter 44’ Volume 3

Review: ‘Letter 44’ Volume 3

We revisit Letter 44 and see that some interesting – and very quick – progressions have been made since that initial first arc.

Review: The Dino Charge Megazords Are as Cool as Robot Dinosaurs Should Be

Review: The Dino Charge Megazords Are as Cool as Robot Dinosaurs Should Be

The latest and greatest in Power Rangers toys are worth all the hype. Go back to the roots of the series with dinosaur robots and smash them together!

Review: ‘Superman: American Alien’ #3

Review: ‘Superman: American Alien’ #3

A fun, intimate, and very different – by design – Superman story.

Review: ‘Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion’ #1

Review: ‘Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion’ #1

Tom Taylor and Ethan Van Sciver attempt to salvage the mess left behind by “Green Lantern: Lost Army.”

Review: ‘The Legend of Wonder Woman’ #1

Review: ‘The Legend of Wonder Woman’ #1

With the advent of Wonder Woman showing up on the big screen, the undisputed, go-to origin everyone’s been wanting may be here at last.

Review: ‘Night and the Enemy’

Review: ‘Night and the Enemy’

Our first Independent Feature Review of the year takes a look back at a re-issued classic well worth the read.

Review: ‘Swamp Thing’ #1

Review: ‘Swamp Thing’ #1

DC Comics has touted a handful of new titles and/or creators launching this month. The first among those is a new Swamp Thing series by original writer and co-creator Len Wein.

New Japan Wrestle Kingdom 10 Review

New Japan Wrestle Kingdom 10 Review

This year Wrestle Kingdom delivered an amazing show and one of the greatest matches of all time. It’s the end of an era for New Japan and we’ve got a breakdown of the whole show.

Review: STAR WARS EPISODE VII: THE FORCE AWAKENS

Review: STAR WARS EPISODE VII: THE FORCE AWAKENS

After three years of anticipation and speculation, the long-awaited seventh STAR WARS film is finally here. To prevent becoming an Internet pariah, my thoughts on it will be revealed by clicking this link.

Review: Netflix's A VERY MURRAY CHRISTMAS

Review: Netflix’s A VERY MURRAY CHRISTMAS

The enigmatic comedy legend gets a bunch of his famous friends together to put on a (mostly) unconventional but thoroughly delightful remix of the old TV Holiday specials of yesteryear.

Review: Train’s CHRISTMAS IN TAHOE

Review: Train’s CHRISTMAS IN TAHOE

This Christmas we all got a “gift” from the band Train in the form of an album for the season; Christmas in Tahoe. Your friends at Panels on Pages are here to listen to it so that you don’t have to.

Review: ‘Lone Wolf 2100’ #1

Review: ‘Lone Wolf 2100’ #1

Hollywood writer Eric Heisserer takes on a retelling of a retelling with excellent artistic backup in one of the first titles due next year.

Old-School Comic Review: Uncanny X-Men # 143

Old-School Comic Review: Uncanny X-Men # 143

This Holiday classic finds Kitty Pryde home alone at the X-Mansion on Christmas Eve fighting off a killer demon, which is a hell of a lot scarier than Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern.

Review: 'The Agency, vol 1'

Review: ‘The Agency, vol 1’

Another title we get to review in full, The Agency is a (mostly) solid outing. Find out why here!

Review: ‘A Glance Backward’

Review: ‘A Glance Backward’

Pierre Paquet and Tony Sandoval present what the medium of comics is capable of with a must-read cathartic work.

Clearing Out the Backlog 11: DRAGON BALL Saga Part 1

Clearing Out the Backlog 11: DRAGON BALL Saga Part 1

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.

Review: ‘Missing: A Kim Willows Mystery Vol. 1’

Review: ‘Missing: A Kim Willows Mystery Vol. 1’

We make good on a promise to review Missing: A Kim Willows Mystery Vol. 1 in full – a prime example of a whole being greater than the sum of its parts.

Review: Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden

Review: Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden

If you’re a Dragon Ball Z fan and you’re looking for a new 2D fighter for your Nintendo 3DS, you should pick up Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butoden. Need more convincing? Just click the link!

South Park's Latest Season Just Might Be Its Best Yet

South Park’s Latest Season Just Might Be Its Best Yet

The nineteenth season of Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s satirical animated series is just as sharp, smart, and profane as ever.

21 Comic Reviews From 11/4/15 in 21 Words or Less

21 Comic Reviews From 11/4/15 in 21 Words or Less

Lots of comics came out last week and we’ve got reviews for 21 of them in nice, bite sixed, 21 word or less chunks. What should you read and what should you pass on?

Review: ‘Plants vs. Zombies Graphic Novel Box Set’

Review: ‘Plants vs. Zombies Graphic Novel Box Set’

We missed Halloween with this great set, but do we have a Christmas suggestion for you…!

The Shuriken Sentai Ninninger Toys Are Big, Weird and Awesome

The Shuriken Sentai Ninninger Toys Are Big, Weird and Awesome

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.

Review: ONE-PUNCH MAN Fills a DRAGON BALL Sized Void

Review: ONE-PUNCH MAN Fills a DRAGON BALL Sized Void

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.

Review: ‘The Evil of Oz’

Review: ‘The Evil of Oz’

Just in time (although technically a little late) for Halloween, writer Ryan Fuller and artist Sanjana Baijnath present the dark side of the Yellow Brick Road.

"Cooties" is a Bloody Good Time

“Cooties” is a Bloody Good Time

Finally, a movie comes along to confirm all of your suspicions. Kids really are disgusting bloodthirsty little monsters.

Clearing Out the Backlog 10: The 2015 Halloween Spooktacular!

Clearing Out the Backlog 10: The 2015 Halloween Spooktacular!

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.

Review: ‘Two Redheads & A Dead Blonde’

Review: ‘Two Redheads & A Dead Blonde’

Ronan Marino is a retired police office who finds himself embroiled in a conspiracy of the highest order after his girlfriend is murdered.

Review - THE ROOK #1 / THE STEAM MAN #1

Review – THE ROOK #1 / THE STEAM MAN #1

Two new series launches out this week each pay tribute to the legendary sci-fi writer H.G. Wells in their own unique way.