Grant Morrison’s controversial DC event from 2008 showcases his strengths and weaknesses as a storyteller and remains a truly fascinating read.
With the first wave of Netflix’s live-action Marvel shows still a year away, here are a few more suggestions for future small-screen adaptations of Marvel characters.
Shinsuke Nakamura and Kazuchika Okada face off in the finals of New Japan’s G1 Climax! This and five more matches wrap up PoP!’s coverage of the 24th G1 Climax.
Today we look at the best of nights eight, nine, and ten of the G1 Climax. We’re getting to the end of the tournament and the matches just keep getting more hard hitting.
After being a Seventies cult icon and an Eighties cinematic laughing stock, Marvel’s resident talking waterfowl has popped up again in the most unlikely of places. Will this mark the dawning of a new era for Duckworld’s favorite son?
Nights five, six, and seven of New Japan’s G1 Climax brought us some of the hardest hitting matches of the year thus far. Learn the definition of strong style from this 6-Pack of matches.
With Marvel getting back into the Star Wars business, should they publish a book wherein the two universes collide?
If you’re a lifelong Turtle fan, you might feel obligated to plunk down your hard-earned money at the box office this weekend. Jason Knize has ‘6 Reasons’ why you shouldn’t see ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ on opening weekend.
The G1 Climax is giving us some of the best wrestling of the year. In this PoP! Top 6-Pack we look at six great matches from night four of New Japan’s huge tournament.
Now that Richard Donner and Quentin Tarantino have dipped their toes into the medium, here are six more well-regarded auteurs that could write some truly kick-ass comic tales.
It’s hard getting into Japanese wrestling. Why not try with the six best matches from the first three nights of the G1 Climax tournament? There’s no better time than now!
Seth Rollins’ WWE debut with the Shield wasn’t his first shocking debut. What happened in his first appearance in Ring of Honor that was so shocking they didn’t air it on pay-per-view? Read more to find out…
For one night in 2005, fans didn’t care about workrate or storylines. They wanted to be transported back to a time when men fought to see who the better man was. And they were given that in the form of Samoa Joe vs. Kenta Kobashi.
Japanese wrestling legend, Jushin Liger, has a little known alter ego named Kishin Liger. What made Liger take a more violent road in a match with the Great Muta? Find out in the first installment of Wrestling School.