Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden is coming to the 3DS this October, but you can play the demo right now. We’ve got the lowdown on the game and tell you if it’s worth your time.
New Japan Pro Wrestling’s giant tournament, the G1 Climax, is over and now it’s time to reflect on all the action. We look at what New Japan did right, what they did wrong, what’s coming in the future, and #BIGMIKE.
The 2015 G1 Climax starts on July 20th and ends on August 8. With 91 matches total, that’s a lot of wrestling to watch, but Kelly Harrass is here to tell you which matches you can’t miss.
Another Comic-Con has come and gone, leaving a plethora of upcoming releases in all forms of geek-centric media for us to anticipate. Which upcoming release announced at the Con are you most looking forward to?
Next year, the Punisher will join the cast of Netflix’s DAREDEVIL, played by fan favorite Jon Bernthal. Here are just a few reasons why this particular Punisher may be the best live-action representation of the character yet.
One of the biggest tournaments in wrestling, New Japan’s Best of the Super Juniors, is starting very soon. Kelly Harrass is here to tell you what you need to know to get ready for it.
Shutter is a comic about a retired adventurer named Kate who finds out a dangerous secret about her family. It’s also really, really weird. Read on to find out why you should come to this comic by Keatinge and del Duca Better Late Than Never.
A new season of the smash hit TV adaptation from Marvel and Netflix is coming next year. What aspects and / or characters from the comic would you like to see appear?
Boss Kong doesn’t care about Free Comic Book Day. They ain’t waitin’ that long to unleash The Humans Soundtrack, Volume II. On Vinyl, no less.
Along with returning favorites, we’ve been treated to some great new characters in Nickelodeon and IDW’s respective Ninja Turtles series. Here are some of our favorites.
Tonight marks the finale of one of the most beloved sitcoms of recent memory and the end of one of the most well-done final seasons ever.
With the never-ending barrage of TV shows based on comic book properties hitting the air (and internet) these days, it’s hard to justify the absence of a certain Dark Knight.
Late Monday night, Marvel nearly broke the internet with the sneak announcement that Spider-Man is entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Is that a Good Thing?