Gotham Review: A Solid Return in “How The Riddler Got His Name”

by Jeff Fountainon April 25, 2017
The Riddler, The Court of Owls, Bruce’s doppelganger…this episode did indeed touch on a lot of important points in the crazy world of Gotham. However, in the end, the episode was all about Cory Michael Smith and his amazing work as Edward Nigma and his birth into The Riddler. Gotham has been building to this […]

Into the Badlands Review: Things Begin To Move Full Circle in “Leopard Stalks Through Snow”

by Jeff Fountainon April 23, 2017
It was nice to finally have an episode that touched on all the storylines, moving them along and watching as they slowly began to move towards to each other, at times even overlapping. Even though it’s pretty obvious that some of these characters were going to meet again, either as friends or enemies, it has […]

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Game of Thrones Teases With Season 7 Promo Photos

by Laura Cerroneon April 20, 2017
The Starks, Lannisters, Mormont, Targaryans and the rest of the Game of Thrones crew are back! Almost. Who will live? Who will die? Who will ascend the Iron Throne? The seventh season premieres July 16 on HBO.   Behold teaser pictures for the new season below:         ICYMI: View the teaser trailer […]

Agents of SHIELD Entertains with No Regrets

by Laura Cerroneon April 19, 2017
Episode 18 – No Regrets Jemma’s old Hydra lab partner doles out Cal’s serum Hyde serum to May to take down Mace. The Framework claimed its second victim, befitting Mace, The Patriot, with a heroic ending. In the same act, his decision also helped May realize that Hydra is indeed bad and help out Daisy, […]


On the Rack: April 19, 2017

by Laura Cerroneon April 18, 2017
Free Comic Book Day is only a few weeks away, but in the mean time check out what is on the rack this week. Lots of good reads, so dig in!   ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT Peter David’s Artful #5 (Cover A Laura Neubert), $3.99 Peter David’s Artful #5 (Cover B Laura Neubert), $4.99 AFTERSHOCK COMICS […]

Into the Badlands Review: All Paths Lead to Quinn in “Monkey Leaps Through Mist”

by Jeff Fountainon April 17, 2017
After having last week off, it was good to see Sunny back in action in an episode that had some very dark moments. While it showed just how brutal life can be outside of the Badlands (life inside is not exactly a ray of sunshine, either) it gave Sunny a chance to drag himself out […]

Finding Identities Changed in Agents of SHIELD’s Framework

by Laura Cerroneon April 12, 2017
Things continued to spiral in all different directions in this second installment of the Agents of Hydra/Framework arc. Identity and Change offered up a lot, and a lot of it was heavy, especially on the emotional side.   In the Framework, Aida, or Madame Hydra as she deems herself, discusses with Fitz Project Looking Glass. […]

On the Rack: April 12, 2017

by Laura Cerroneon April 11, 2017
Comics coming to you on the rack this week. Check out the list below and find your picks AARDVARK VANAHEIM Cerebus Archive Volume 5 TP, $89.00 ABRAMS COMICARTS Star Wars Widevision The Original Topps Trading Card Series Volume 1 HC, $24.95 ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT Action Lab Dog Of Wonder Volume 2 Where My Dogs At […]


Into the Badlands Review: Family and Chaos in “Palm of the Iron Fox”

by Jeff Fountainon April 10, 2017
With so much focus on Sunny and Bajie to start the season, it was nice to see the show put them aside, if only for an episode, and concentrate on some developing storylines that really needed our attention. Specifically, checking in on The Widow and Waldo to see what they have up their collective sleeves […]
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‘What If’ Unleashes Boundless Storytelling in Agents of SHIELD

by Laura Cerroneon April 5, 2017
Episode 16 – What If   Agents of SHIELD understands how to flip the script and reinvent the game. After their shaky footholds in season one, they pulled themselves up by sticking to serialization and paying off. They would continue to build this momentum and run with it for their season four closing arc, inside […]