Rebels #7 Review: A Beautifully Uncomfortable Read

by Jeff Fountainon October 9, 2015
Comics have always been a wonderful way to escape into a flurry of explosive color and expression that combine art and the written word in new and interesting ways. While the culture of superheroes and villains continue to dominate the industry, there are those who choose to use this as a platform to tell a […]
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Next Games And AMC Launch ‘The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land’ on iOS Today

by Garyon October 8, 2015
*NOTE: Norman Reedus of The Walking Dead will be joining a live Twitch stream ( from New York Comic Con to play the game and connect with fans this Friday, October 9 at 10:45am EST* Download link Next Games and AMC proudly launch The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land – The official mobile game […]


Heroes Reborn Loses Some Momentum in “The Needs of the Many”

by Alanna Smithon October 8, 2015
Heroes Reborn just hit a bit of a snag. After a solid and interesting first 3 episodes, this week did not manage to keep up with the good momentum the show had been gaining. Working it’s way through at a moderate pace, this episode felt like the remnants of what couldn’t be fit in the previous episode, with a […]

Review: ‘American Horror Story Hotel’ Checks In With a Marvelous Premiere

by Jeff Fountainon October 8, 2015
While enjoyed last seasons ‘Freak Show’, I was a little worried that maybe the show was beginning to lose its luster and that five seasons might be pushing it just a bit. However, it took only a few minutes to realize this was not the case and that American Horror Story indeed has more twisted […]

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Movie Review: Zombie Ninjas vs. Black Ops

by Jeff Fountainon October 8, 2015
Yes, you are reading the title right, it does indeed say Zombie Ninjas vs. Black Ops. That title alone made this movie worth reviewing and wouldn’t you know, I couldn’t believe how much fun I had watching it as well. I’ll say one thing for sure, this is not something you see every day in […]

Comic Review: The Goon In Theatre Bizarre

by Jeff Fountainon October 8, 2015
Halloween is always a good breeding ground for strange and scary stories and this one is no exception. The only problem is the comic seems to be suffering from a case of identity crisis which in the end affects the final product and left me feeling disappointed and a little frustrated. The comic begins with […]


Review: Arrow Almost Hits the Mark in Season Four Premiere

by Jeff Fountainon October 8, 2015
Last season, Arrow was a very frustrating watch for me. The acting and storylines were all over the place and frankly, I wasn’t sure I was going to come back to it this year. However, the first offering of the season has me hopeful that new storylines and villains will take the show to a […]

A Love Letter to New York: Superheroes in Gotham

by Laura Cerroneon October 7, 2015
When you think of New York, you think of its famous landmarks, the native accents, fast-paced, well-dressed, and a culture that cannot simply be replicated anywhere else. But would you think of comics? The New York Historical Society Museum & Library’s latest exhibit Superheroes in Gotham testifies to the culmination of New York City culture […]


Graphic Novel Review: Treadwater Is The Total Package

by Jeff Fountainon October 7, 2015
One of the things that struck me about Treadwater was although the story and themes might sound familiar it is written, drawn and laid out in a way that seems fresh and new. This in itself is a victory and if this first graphic novel is any indication they have captured something unique and wonderful. […]

Review: The Flash Returns With a Weak Season Two Premiere

by Jeff Fountainon October 7, 2015
In its first season, The Flash had some of the typical growing pains you would expect with a new show, with episodes a little uneven as it searched to find its footing and identity. It turned out to be one of the surprises of last year, combining some great stories with equal amounts of humor […]