Daughter of Titan so close to their Kickstarter Goal they can Taste It! Life’s a fair bit BS, right? Well, […]
The plot thickens in Batman #88 as Catwoman seemingly plays double agent while Batman works to capture Deathstroke (again) after the Black Block is compromised.
Now on the workering side of Australia Day, it seemed appropriate that with a new decade I revisit a one-shot that kicked off a mini series. Killeroo – Scars resonates on a plain where Australian lore, mythos and cultural identity has equal footing. 6 years old and still just as relevant today.
TIES TO TIE-INS! I got an e-mail from DriveThruComics the other day. On it I was offered a free digital […]
This issue is subtitled “Into The Belly Of The Beast”. Vore fans will definitely be let down by this humnogous lie.
Amazing Gumball – You’ll Laugh, You’ll Cry It has been a long while since I literally laughed out loud on […]
Cartoons Can Rock The 80s and 90s was the Golden Age Of Cartoons. An era of television that explored complex […]
Batwoman is my favorite superhero by default. As a red-headed Jewish lesbian twin who’s a native of — oh, did […]
In 2010, then-journalist Marc Bernardin, penned a feature asking the question : why does the Sony Entertainment driven Spiderverse need […]
Beyond Good and Evil – The Movie that Should Have Been Beyond Good and Evil was the beginning and the […]