It’s almost too much of a coincidence that the studio has released two blockbusters to sharply divided response and then “made good” with the home video release.
Show of hands – who here would have expected The Commish to release an album? Right, neither did we. But it’s pretty damn solid.
We’re halfway through 2016 and that means only six months until the best of 2016 lists start rolling in. We’re getting a jump on things and we’ve got the best matches of the first half of the year ready for your perusal.
AMC’s acclaimed BREAKING BAD prequel series is one of those rare spinoffs that is just as good or better than the original.
The Best of the Super Juniors is New Japan’s annual showcase of their junior heavyweight division and this year PoP! is ranking every match over the course of the tournament.
Now that the two biggest superhero movies of the year have officially opened, we can only wonder what would have happened if they both premiered on the same day as originally announced.
The chances of a solo Punisher show on Netflix have risen greatly due to the response to his appearance in DAREDEVIL Season Two. What stories and characters would you like to see reflected if Frank Castle is granted his own show?
After BATMAN V SUPERMAN’s box office take plummeted dramatically in its second week, many speculated that its cinematic universe was in jeopardy, but are things really as dire as they say?
Somehow Marvel has managed to sidestep the sh*tstorm that almost always accompanies these sorts of shakeups. They’ve essentially Crisis-ed the Marvel Universe and no one cares.
Twitter is a very busy place with lots of different people to follow. If you’re a wrestling fan, today we’re bringing six account to you attention that are well worth you time.
Today we’re asking how long is too long for a wrestling match. Recently we were given two examples of long matches from NXT’s Samoa Joe and Sami Zayn and CWF Mid-Atlantic’s Trevor Lee and Roy Wilkins. Which one was too long for this writer? Click the link to find out!
Everyone loves the new R-Rated DEADPOOL movie, but some are worried that Hollywood will learn all the wrong lessons from its success and make some bad decisions for future comic adaptations. How likely is this scenario?
Before Ed Brubaker became the comic writing superstar that he is today, he was a part of the 90’s black and white indie scene. Let’s flashback to 20 years ago when Brubaker was given a crack at writing everyone’s favorite big, green monster.
Now that DEADPOOL has become a certified box-office success, here are six more R-Rated comic book adaptations that Hollywood should take a chance on.
In a world where sexual pleasure is in danger, Tengaman is there to save your right to solo gratification. In the grand tokusatsu tradition Tengaman wants to sell you some toys!
This noir-flavored narrative game based on the FABLES comics immerses players in a fantastic but deadly world of fairy tale characters living in present-day New York.