Black Hood #3 Review

by Jason McGrayon April 27, 2015
If you haven’t been picking up Black Hood, you have been missing quite a treat by Dark Circle Comics. Black Hood #3 hit the stores last week bringing the next chapter in this completely refreshing new story. Black Hood is written by the talented Duane Swierczynski with artwork by Michael Gaydos. It’s quite possible that […]

Marvel’s Mightiest Women Assemble!

by Steph Mernaghon April 27, 2015
In May, an all new era begins with Marvel’s Secret Wars. Now, Marvel has given a first look at A-Force #1, backed by the creative team G. Willow Wilson (Ms. Marvel), Marguerite Bennett (Angela: Asgard’s Assassin, James Patterson’s Max Ride: First Flight) and Jorge Molina (X-Men). As the Secret Wars begin, the Avengers as you […]

Call of Duty: Black Ops III Reveal Trailer

by Marcon April 27, 2015
Paint it black this November.

The Joker: 75 Years of Madness

by Marsden Sturtzon April 26, 2015
The celebration continues with the 75th anniversary of Batman #1 which also hallmarks the debut of the Joker. The character  is considered Batman’s most iconic and nefarious nemesis, even his most challenging to a point, and there are no lack of stories to prove that as a fact. Yesterday I highlighted some of the greatest […]

Marvel Telltale Games

Why A Marvel and Telltale Game Doesn’t Work

by Tim Finchon April 26, 2015
Marvel and Telltale Games recently announced a partnership that is set to produce a console game in 2017. Many people are excited about the announcement, but I’m not one of them. Sure, Telltale Games has a great reputation for creating games with amazing stories. They’ve made player decisions the focal points in their games, creating […]

Fantastic Fun with The Fox #1

by John Fitzsimonson April 26, 2015
I confess, I know absolutely nothing about the character, but the creative team of Dean Haspiel (Billy Dogma, The Quitter) and Mark Waid (Daredevil, Kingdom Come) and that gorgeous front cover were enough to convince me that I really needed to give this one a try. And I’m delighted I did, because The Fox #1 released […]


The Geeky Weekly: April 19 – April 26

by Laura Cerroneon April 26, 2015
What a week to be a geek. Suicide Squad Director David Ayer shared the first full-look of Jared Leto’s Joker. Avengers: Age of Ultron was released in some parts of the world, and opening everywhere else at the end of this upcoming week. Comic book publishers gear up for Free Comic Book Day. Summer, and […]

Orphan Black “Transitory Sacrifices of Crisis” Review

by Jeff Fountainon April 26, 2015
Even though there was a lot going on in this episode, the boys from Project Castor were front and center, finally coming out of the shadows and making their presence known. Of course, while that is great for the story and even better for the viewer, it is nothing but bad news for the girls […]


Bloodborne Review: Brutally Difficult and Masterfully Crafted

by EVAon April 25, 2015
Very few things can be sold solely on a feeling of despair and helplessness. But that’s exactly what From Software’s Bloodborne attempts to accomplish. It is the fourth iteration in the Souls series and while most games would rather feed from the endless trough of rehashed and copied ideas, Bloodborne deviates from that path while […]

The Order Of The Forge #1 Review

by Luke Comptonon April 25, 2015
With writing from Victor Gischler and artwork from Tazio Bettin, The Order Of The Forge is a new Dark Horse Comics series where a 20-something year old George Washington becomes involved in supernatural happenings when his signature axe becomes somewhat possessed. My apologies for how vague that story detail was, but the opening issue doesn’t […]