The Batwoman pilot just aired on the CW — it’s a solid start! Here’s what we have to say about it!
The first chapter of BezKamp has enough intrigue and questions that it’s impossible to stop there.
What if someone whose brain is chockfull of every superhero trope out there could use this internet-bases knowhow to destroy all of them?
Chainsaw Reindeer – Right There in the Title Santa’s Most Trusted Steeds We all know about Santa’s reindeer, the magical […]
So. This is going to require some explanation so bear with me. “Swinging”, as it is known, is an alternative […]
IDW’s run on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is speeding to one-hundred. In the Turtles’ history, no other comic imprint reached that number. Not even the original at Mirage Studios. In issue 98, IDW’s story is smack dab in their version of “City At War.”
Even at eighty minutes, the movie manages to capture what the show usually does with every ten minute episode.
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Ghosted in L.A. #3 starts with a flashback looking at a small part of one of the ghosts’ past life in sepia tone. This time looking at Bernard struggling with his budding career as a lawyer and his love life in 1980’s West Hollywood. Revealing that Bernard is gay, his boyfriend wonders if he doesn’t want to be seen with him. For fear of being judged by others over what he is as not a lot of people know that Bernard is gay.
Turok was a property from the video game company Acclaim. However, he’s had a long history in comics: from Dell and Gold Key in the 50s and 60s, to Whitman in the 80s. In the 90s, he was published by Valiant, and lived in their universe with Bloodshot and XO Manowar. But as I mentioned Acclaim, the video games are what I remember Turok from. I loved hunting dinosaurs on the Game Boy and Nintendo 64.