The enigmatic comedy legend gets a bunch of his famous friends together to put on a (mostly) unconventional but thoroughly delightful remix of the old TV Holiday specials of yesteryear.
The nineteenth season of Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s satirical animated series is just as sharp, smart, and profane as ever.
Get ready to get spooky!!! This week Kelly looks at ghostly entertainment, including his three favorite spooky comics, and some special Halloween snacks. Plus, what’s the scariest thing of all? Drake shows us.
Kelly ventured into unfamiliar territory by checking out the Star Wars comics from Marvel. Were they any good? Probably. The title of the column says that he like Star Wars stuff now. He also watches Age of Ultron and Bored to Death.
With a comic book-based TV show on almost every night of the week, let’s take a look at the premiere episodes and see how they did in this spoiler-free rundown.
We’ve got a stream of consciousness Raw review featuring thoughts on marriage proposals, Snapple, Sami Zayne showing up in EVOLVE, New Japan’s King of Pro Wrestling, and Raw.
This week, Kelly goes back to a video game from his childhood to see if he can finally finish it. Is Pokémon Blue easier this time around for him or does he once again fail? Also, other stuff that isn’t comics.
Right now there are two new ways for people to get into Ultraman and we’ve got reviews of both of them. For those that prefer to read, we’ve got the Ultraman manga, and for those that want to watch TV, we’ve got Ultraman X.
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.
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.
Nickelodeon’s new ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ animated series debuted on Saturday. TMNT fans win again with a reboot that is sure to appeal to all ages, with great characters, action, humor, and a roller coaster of a story.
Fox may have passed on the pilot of IDW’s Locke & Key, but they gave a screening of it at New York Comic-Con. After watching it, we can only hope that Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s horror epic finds a home as fast as possible.
PoP!’s Jason Knize got himself a copy of the failed ‘Wonder Woman’ pilot, written by David E. Kelley and starring Adrianne Palicki. Will you be missing out come the new fall TV season, or did NBC make the right call?
This Halloween the show everyone’s been waiting for comes to AMC, and we’re here to let you know if you’re going to be treated or tricked.
When Sam Fisher guest stars on Burn Notice, you know that Matt Nix is cranking up the Miami heat on Michael, Sam, Fiona, and Maddie.