Category: Reviews

Review: ‘Solar: Man of the Atom’ #1

Review: ‘Solar: Man of the Atom’ #1

Kelly Harrass takes a look at the first issue of a new era of Solar: Man of the Atom. With the Gold Key property now at Dynamite Entertainment, the creative team of Frank Barbiere and Joe Bennett are making some changes to the character.

Review: Ryan Kelly's ‘Funrama’

Review: Ryan Kelly’s ‘Funrama’

Writer/Artist Ryan Kelly introduces readers to a new world of superheroes in his self-published comic, Funrama. Who are the Mutant Punks, the Raccoon, and the Cactus Man? And what exactly is Funrama?

Review - CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER

Review – CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER

Marvel Studios and the Russo Brothers take elements from what is arguably the greatest modern Cap storyline to make a tense and thoroughly entertaining game changer that is sure to affect the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Review: 'Fantastic Four' (2014) #1 & 2

Review: ‘Fantastic Four’ (2014) #1 & 2

The Fantastic Four are experiencing yet another relaunch. It has all the elements that make the FF what they are, but iIs it truly fantastic or does it disappoint? Find out here.

#NumberOnes - March 2014

#NumberOnes – March 2014

Captain Marvel, Moon Knight, Revenge, Starlight, Magneto and the Secret Avengers all launched last month. You should check out these strong debut issues.

Review: ‘Zero’ Vol. 1

Review: ‘Zero’ Vol. 1

Zero tells the story of how a spy named Edward Zero changed the world. Will writer, Ales Kot, change the comic world with his story? Kelly Harrass tells you his thoughts on the first five issues of the series in this review.

PoP! Top 6-Pack: Friends Turned Enemies

PoP! Top 6-Pack: Friends Turned Enemies

In observance of the Ides of March and Julius Caesar’s unfortunate choice of friends, The Guzmaniac, brings to you a PoP! Top 6-Pack of Friends who turned into mortal enemies.

Outside the Longbox: Dollar Shave Club Review

Outside the Longbox: Dollar Shave Club Review

The Guzmaniac goes Outside the Longbox to accept the Dollar Shave Club’s challenge of change. Do they fall prey to their own hype or deliver on their word that their blades “Are F**king Great”?

Review: ‘She-Hulk’ is the New ‘Hawkeye’

Review: ‘She-Hulk’ is the New ‘Hawkeye’

Is ‘She-Hulk’ the next series from Marvel set to have an explosion of popularity? In this review, Kelly Harrass tells you what he thinks about the first issue of this new Marvel NOW! series.

Review: RoboCop (2014)

Review: RoboCop (2014)

When word came down that Hollywood was taking a crack at yet another of our beloved 80’s icons, we were skeptical. As it turns out, we were right to be wary.

PoP! Top 6 Pack: Unconventional Love Stories

PoP! Top 6 Pack: Unconventional Love Stories

The Guzmaniac, brings you a PoP! Top 6-Pack of unconventional love stories for you and your loved one to snuggle up to.

Review: Dexter - The Minimalist Pokédex

Review: Dexter – The Minimalist Pokédex

Pokémon fever has once again gripped the nerd community thanks to a new release in the hallowed game series. Whether you’re new to the scene or not, you’ll want a little assistance from time to time.

PoP! Top 6-Pack: Why pushing back the release of Batman Vs Superman was a good move.

PoP! Top 6-Pack: Why pushing back the release of Batman Vs Superman was a good move.

The Guzmaniac brings you a PoP! Top 6-Pack of reasons why DC and Warner Bros. made the right call on pushing back the release of Batman Vs Superman

Hidden Gems: 'Mind MGMT'

Hidden Gems: ‘Mind MGMT’

In ‘Mind MGMT’, Matt Kindt crafts a spy thriller with a superpowered twist. Meru tries to uncover the secrets behind an airplane full of people with amnesia, but what will she really find?

'Wrestle Kingdom' is Japan’s 'Wrestlemania'...and it was AMAZING

‘Wrestle Kingdom’ is Japan’s ‘Wrestlemania’…and it was AMAZING

On January 4th, New Japan Pro Wrestling held ‘Wrestle Kingdom 8′ and set the bar for wrestling shows this year. Japan does their wrestling shows a little different than America, and they might be better for it.

Review: 'Miracleman' #1 & #2

Review: ‘Miracleman’ #1 & #2

In the early 80′s, Alan Moore and Garry Leach rebooted ‘Miracleman’. Little did that know that they were changing superhero comics forever. PoP! Sidekick Kelly Harrass revisits the original Eclipse Comics printings.

The 10 Best Albums of 2013

The 10 Best Albums of 2013

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!

Batman: Arkham Origins

Batman: Arkham Origins

The third installment of the Batman series of video games is back, this time as a prequel and without its previous development company Rocksteady. Does Batman: Arkham Origins live up to its predecessors? (Spoiler-free, rant-heavy)

Review - Thor: the Dark World

Review – Thor: the Dark World

The Avengers’ resident dream boat is back for his second solo adventure with his baby brother along for the ride. Check out our spoiler-free review of the Dark World. for Asgard!

Preview/Review: 'Action Presidents' #1

Preview/Review: ‘Action Presidents’ #1

In the first issue of ‘Action Presidents’, Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey present the true life story of George Washington. Read the review and then check out the first six pages for free!

Review - Deadpool Kills Deadpool

Review – Deadpool Kills Deadpool

The Deadpool Killogy comes to its blood-soaked conclusion as the mainstream Merc with a Mouth gets dragged into the fray. Plus: Pandapool!

We Are Hawkeye

We Are Hawkeye

Hawkeye has taken the comic world by storm, getting tons of awards and acclaim from fans and critics. But why is that the case? What separates Hawkeye from the other superhero comics? It’s all got to do with the humanity of the series.

Review: "Shaolin Cowboy" #1

Review: “Shaolin Cowboy” #1

One of comics most influential modern creators returns with one of his most endearing characters. Find out of if the new “Shaolin Cowboy” is worth parting with your hard-earned money for.

Review: Disney Infinity

Review: Disney Infinity

Enter a magical world of creativity with Disney Infinity! No really, this game is pretty awesome. With beautiful collectible figures and fantastic gameplay, Disney Infinity is a Disney nerd’s dream come true.

Review: MARVEL'S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. - Series Premiere

Review: MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. – Series Premiere

The Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to the small screen courtesy of Joss Whedon and company in one of the most purely entertaining series premieres in ages.

Review: "Street Fighter Origins: Akuma"

Review: “Street Fighter Origins: Akuma”

The origin of one of Street Fighter’s most renowned villains has been brought to light by UDON Entertainment. Find out how the graphic novel does the character justice inside.

Review: OUYA

Review: OUYA

After a month with a the retail version of the new, open source OUYA video game console, is it a smart buy for gamers? Find out in this article weighing the pros and cons of this revolutionary game system.

Outside the Longbox - DuckTales Remastered

Outside the Longbox – DuckTales Remastered

One of the most beloved platformers of the NES has gotten the HD remake treatment. Is it worth a trip to your money bin? Sing along to the theme song and let’s take a look.

Review: Don't Starve

Review: Don’t Starve

“Don’t Starve”, the latest indie game offering from Klei Entertainment, is fun, quirky, and incredibly challenging. Do you have what it takes to survive?

Review - The Wolverine

Review – The Wolverine

Hugh Jackman returns for his sixth outing as the most famous mutant in all of comicdom. With the classic Byrne/Miller story as a backdrop, is this the Wolverine movie we’ve all been waiting for? It sure is right up until the giant robot shows up.

Review: MAN OF STEEL

Review: MAN OF STEEL

Zack Snyder and Chrisopher Nolan successfully return Superman to cinematic prominence and just may have saved the future of DC properties on the big screen.

Outside the Longbox: 40th Anniversary of Enter the Dragon

Outside the Longbox: 40th Anniversary of Enter the Dragon

PoP! does it’s part in celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon as we step Outside the Longbox with a mega-mix trailer in tribute to the master and his remastered master piece out on Blu Ray.

PoP! Top 6-Pack: Actors Who Almost Landed Superman

PoP! Top 6-Pack: Actors Who Almost Landed Superman

In honor of the Man of Steel’s opening on June 14, Panels On Pages brings to you a PoP! Top 6-Pack of Actors who almost landed the role of Superman during the franchise’s dark ages.

Review: Star Trek Into Darkness *Spoilers*

Review: Star Trek Into Darkness *Spoilers*

Star Trek fan and PoP!-Star Mary Knize reviews Star Trek Into Darkness. Why does she go so far as to say it’s one of her favorites? Beautiful visuals, touching character moments, and… quantum mechanics???

Review: Iron Man 3

Review: Iron Man 3

Ol’ Shellhead avoids the “threequel curse” in this newest offering from Marvel Studios that manages to be both action-packed and thematically rich. Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is off to a promising start.