To be honest, and despite the hype, I walked into this film with very low expectations. Don’t misunderstand, I was a fan of X-Men growing up and collected the comics for many years. However, I wasn’t as much a fan Continue reading →
This past weekend, Marvel’s Doctor Strange opened to great reviews and even better box office success. The latest in the Marvel Universe’s film collection starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the mystical Doctor Steven Strange was a much anticipated movie, not only Continue reading →
For a while there, denizens of the comic reading variety reared that ugly, ugly internet hydra when DC Universe announced that Lunella Lafayette, aka Moon Girl, was crowned smarter than Tony Stark at just 9-year-old.
This movie is the way that you’re supposed to make a “Vs.” movie. What has continued to surprise and impress me about the Marvel movies is how grounded they feel, despite watching a movie about comic book superheroes punching Continue reading →
There’s a new trend that is finally catching on the internet front of independent comics, offering buyers a new experience in purchasing comics. They’re called, DRM-free and Pay-What-You-Want for any comic.
If you haven’t heard already, Marvel Cinematic Universe has partnered with Netflix which will be introducing five new characters to their 2016 roster of “comics to live-action” in the next few miniseries. This is essentially a setup to the crossover Continue reading →
Welcome, my pretties, to October, the amazing month of goodies and most especially, old reruns and new reboots and ideas for scary movies to celebrate Halloween. Luckily for those who are afraid or just plain aren’t friends of horror/gore, I have updates to help you out as well.
September, the beginning of fall, as well as the beginning and end of some of our favorite and a few newly-found shows and movies. Here’s your update so you don’t have to worry about what you’re missing.