Daniel Bryan reached the top of the wrestling mountain in 2014. In YES!: My Improbable Journey to the Main Event of WrestleMania, he tells us what he had to do to get there.
This week, Kelly read Wytches and something about the series reminded him of how it feels to listen to Death Grips. All that plus a classic FF issue and a Spider-Man anniversary in this edition of Clearing Out the Backlog
This week we take a look at Arthur Suydam’s The New Adventures of Cholly and Flytrap, the first volume of DC’s recent Batgirl relaunch, and an issue of Amazing Spider-Man featuring Fastlane.
For the first time ever in the modern era, Ultra Magnus has gotten his own non-Optimus-derivitive figure and it is amazing. For MTMTE comics fans, this is the one you’ve been waiting for.
In this debut column, we look at Superman Adventures issues 16 & 19, Starlight vol. 1, the Avengers 100th Anniversary special, Master of Kung Fu issue 26, and the Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon Hellblazer Special.
Get the hell out of here with a high-dollar repaint. The Autobot City Commander got the true Masterpiece treatment this year and the result is astounding.
While he might be an unexpected choice for American audiences, the Victory Autobot leader pays homage to the original figure in most excellent ways.
In the final part of this review series about the Mad Max franchise, we take a look at the third film, Beyond Thunderdome, and a movie that greatly influenced Mad Max, The Cars That Ate Paris.
In the second part of his very subjective review series about the Mad Max films, Kelly Harrass covers his first viewing of The Road Warrior and his second viewing of Fury Road.
In A World of Fire and Blood, Kelly Harrass will be examining the films of the Mad Max franchise. In part one of the series, he’ll be looking at Fury Road and the original Mad Max.
Some wrestling action figures from the 90’s were complete trash. This Mr. McMahon figure does not belong in that category at all. Read on to find out what scandalous feature this toy has!
Marvel’s Phase Two comes to a close in spectacular fashion in the jam-packed sequel to the comic book movie we never thought we’d see. And it is glorious, albeit slightly flawed.
The final issue of The Multiversity is here and we’ve got our final piece breaking down the issue. What happened with the Gentry and was Kelly right about Superman? Find out inside!
Panels on Pages has an advance look at the second chapter of the Katusha trilogy and looks at how it tops its predecessor.
Wayne Vansant goes from The ‘Nam to World War II Russia with the stunningly detailed and very involved first volume of the Katusha trilogy.