Once thought of as funny books for children, comic books are both high-art and literature in their own right. We dive deep into the history, latest news, and analysis of this fantastic medium.

Warner Bros. and Netflix In Talks for to Renew Lucifer for Season 6 Extending Series Past ‘Final’ Season

When Lucifer made its triumphant return on Netflix after being canceled by Fox, fans of the series took to Twitter to immediately lobby for a new season. Eventually, they got the news they hoped for, but it came with some bad news, too. Lucifer would come back for another season, but it would be the […]

BY Joshua M. Patton February 14, 2020
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Matt Reeves Shares Test Footage of Robert Pattinson In the New Batsuit for The Batman

Over the past few days, rumors circulated around the spoiler-friendly internet that we’d soon get a glimpse of the new Batman. Whether they were legitimate leaks or lucky guesses, they nailed it. On Twitter, Matt Reeves posted a link to test footage of Robert Pattinson in the new batsuit for The Batman. In the red-filtered […]

BY Joshua M. Patton February 13, 2020
Alfred Pennyworth RIP is a Tribute to the Character and Pushes the Bat-Family Saga Further

Alfred Pennyworth met such a violent end in Tom King’s City of Bane story line that he might be the only male character to qualify for the “woman in refrigerators” trope. Bane didn’t just snap his neck in front of Damian Wayne, he propped him up at the head of the dining room table for […]

BY Roman Colombo February 13, 2020
Rose & Thorn Will Be First HBO Max Movie Pulled from DC Universe: Rumor

A new rumor suggests that HBO Max may finally have found their first DC Comics property for a movie with Rose & Thorn. It’s unclear if the movie will be one of the first productions undertaken by the newly formed Warner Max. The characters of Rose and Thorn date back to the very beginnings of […]

BY Joshua M. Patton February 12, 2020
Morbius Set Photos Confirm Movie Is In the Same Universe as Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man

Tom Holland got drunk and saved his version of Spider-Man, resulting in a deal between Sony and Disney to keep Spidey in the MCU. In his comments about that, Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige said that Spider-Man can “travel” between universes. What this means is that he’ll maintain a presence in the Marvel Cinematic […]

BY Joshua M. Patton February 11, 2020
Birds Of Prey Opening Weekend Box Office Numbers Are In

Unless you’ve been so distracted by the Oscars, odds are that you’ve heard about Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) being released this past weekend. Reviews, both critic and casual alike, have been mixed, to say the least. I saw it with some friends on opening night, and we all loved it. […]

BY Meghan Hale February 11, 2020
Alfred’s Death Shocked Bat-Fans—But That’s Not How Tom King Originally Planned it

Death in comics is kind of joke now—who stays dead? Uncle Ben? Thomas and Martha Wayne…for the most part. We did have Flashpoint Batman (Thomas Wayne) return for a bit. And not long ago, another one of Bruce Wayne’s father figures died: Alfred Pennyworth, the superhero butler. In a grizzly scene, Bane snapped his neck […]

BY Roman Colombo February 10, 2020
A History of Huntress, One of the Birds of Prey

Are you curious about Huntress, one of the characters in the film Birds of Prey? Maybe you’re already familiar with her from comics or from her TV appearances, like on Arrow. Then again, you may not know her at all. Whatever the case, find out who Huntress is in our history. Golden Age Huntress: The […]

BY Salomé Gonstad February 9, 2020
Is Birds of Prey a Box Office Bomb and Why Is the Harley Quinn Movie Underperforming?

As the weekend draws to a close, Birds of Prey won the weekend, but the Harley Quinn ensemble film may still be a box office bomb. Originally prognosticators assumed the film would earn somewhere between $45 million and $55 million since its debut. Yet, in fact, the film barely squeaked past $33 million in box […]

BY Joshua M. Patton February 9, 2020
X-Men/Fantastic Four #1 is a Great Collision of the Two Teams

In both House of X/Dawn of X and Incoming, Marvel started hinting towards a confrontation between the X-Men and the Fantastic Four—in many ways, Marvel’s two families. With Professor X starting the new nation of Krakoa, a safe-haven for mutants. As it so happens, the most powerful mutant in the Marvel Universe is Franklin Richards—the […]

BY Roman Colombo February 9, 2020
What is Xbox Game Pass? The Service Explained

Xbox Game Pass is a great deal for owners of the Microsoft console. To be fair, not everyone knows about the great subscription service. To make sure everyone knows what’s up for grabs in this one of a kind subscription, let’s talk about what is Xbox Game Pass and why every Microsoft fan should have […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 11, 2020
Best Switch Games for Flying – Gaming on the Go

I’m lucky to have family near LA. A few times a year, I fly to go visit and spend time all over Orange County. The flight, while nothing insane, is usually a solid 4 hours. On the latest trip, I found myself wondering what were the best Switch games for flying. To my surprise, nobody […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 10, 2020
Phil Spencer on Microsoft’s Competition: It Isn’t Sony

If you’re curious about the console wars coming up, then I have some bad news. In a recent interview, comments made by Phil Spencer on Microsoft’s competition clearly say it isn’t Sony. It’s Amazon and Google, including the currently failing Stadia we’ve been covering so closely. How could this be possible? Well, Spencer’s answer actually […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 7, 2020
Cyberpunk 2077 Switch Port – Is It Possible?

There are a lot of rumors circling about the future of gaming consoles. Let’s not forget: a huge, one in a generation game is coming out this year too. All the attention on consoles makes sense. We can’t wait to see the Xbox Series X and PS5. That being said, let’s remember Cyberpunk 2077 is still […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 6, 2020


Arthurian Legend Comes To Life In The Green Knight Trailer

A trailer for The Green Knight dropped this week. The fantasy stars Dev Patel as a knight of Arthurian legend who sets out to challenge a mysterious otherworldly figure. The film will be distributed by A24, the studio behind critical hits like The Lighthouse and Midsommar. Directed by David Lowery, this is a change of pace from his […]

BY Emily O'Donnell February 16, 2020
Epic Games Founder Says Politics Don’t Belong in Gaming – He’s Wrong

I didn’t necessarily expect to be writing about this today, but here we are. In some comments recently, Epic Games Founder Tim Sweeney made some remarks about the state of gaming. More particularly, gaming as it pertains to politics and a growing divisiveness between opposing moral and ethical beliefs. Sweeney’s comments point to an increasingly […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 16, 2020
Black History Month Graphic Novel Spotlight: Watson and Holmes: A Study in Black

Who doesn’t love a good mystery? And who doesn’t love Sherlock Holmes? Well, this take on the famous detective is one of the best reimaginings out there. Writer Karl Bollers and Pencilers Larry Stroman and Rick Leonardi’s Watson and Holmes: A Study in Black takes the classic Sir Arthur Conan Doyle characters and reintroduces them […]

BY Roman Colombo February 16, 2020
Castlevania Season 3 Trailer Opens The Doors To Hell

The Castlevania season 3 trailer brings back all the evil, while broadening the world of the Netflix original Anime series.

BY Shah Shahid February 16, 2020