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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.

TMNT: The Last Ronin Which Turtle Is at the Center of Their Darkest Story Ever (SPOILERS!)

When most people think of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, they remember the goofy cartoon from the 1980s, early 90s. They probably hear Michelangelo yelling, “cowabunga!”  Or they remember those nightmare-inducing live-action movies. And in […]

October 30, 2020
X-Men #13: X of Swords Chapter Ten Changes Apocalypse’s Entire Lifelong Mission (Spoiler Review/Recap)

As a villan, Apocalypse’s mandate has always been about one thing: survival of the fittest. He wanted the “cull the weak” from Earth with the help of his four horsemen. Of course, the X-Men have […]

October 29, 2020
Spider-Man 3 Is Set To Begin Filming In Atlanta According to Tom Holland

The long drought of movies from the Marvel Cinematic Universe has only increased during the pandemic. Due to production and movie theater shutdowns, the entire schedule for Phase 4 of the MCU has been postponed. […]

October 26, 2020
Excalibur #13: X of Swords Chapter Nine Unites the Braddock Family for a New Blade (Recap and Review—SPOILERS)

When her Whyness Opal Luna Saturnyne, Magistrate of the Starlight Citadel and Ruler of Underworld named the ten swords the Krakoan Champions needed to gather, there were three we had never heard of. They revealed […]

October 25, 2020
In Roxane Gay’s The Sacrifice of Darkness, She and an Outstanding Creative Team Give Us a Beautiful Love Story About Light, Darkness, and Biscuits

For our October indie graphic novel selections, we named Roxane Gay’s The Sacrifice of Darkness, with co-writer Tracy Lynne Oliver, and artists Rebecca Kirby and James Fenner. From the moment the original cover debuted, this […]

October 25, 2020
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Lucky The Leprechaun Vs Thanos – Who Wins?

We can sit around all day debating which Avenger is the strongest. Some even try to argue that Thanos did nothing wrong. At the end of the day, these debates are fun and honestly way […]

October 22, 2020
Cable #5: X of Swords Chapter Eight Takes a Break From Epic Fantasy To Give Us Epic Sci-Fi (SPOILERS)

Tarot cards, Avalon, magic, faeries, and a tournament of swords. X of Swords is a fantasy epic, no doubt about it. However, this is still an X-Men event, and mutants are certainly Sci-Fi. So how […]

October 21, 2020
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Helstrom Series Premiere On Hulu As Marvel Tries Horror Once Again: Review

The largest problem facing the latest Hulu Marvel series is uncertainty. Thus, the series premiere of Helstrom debuted on the streaming service without much fanfare. Outside of trailers released at conventions, the marketing for this […]

October 19, 2020
New Mutants #13: X of Swords Chapter Seven Presents Some of the X-Men’s Best Warriors…and Doug

Apocalypse. Wolverine. Storm. Magik. Cable. Gorgon. Lionheart. Captain Britain. Magneto. Doug? When Polaris recited the riddle of the ten sword bearers in X-Factor #4: X of Swords Chapter Two, most of the champions weren’t surprising. […]

October 19, 2020
Hellions #5: X of Swords Chapter Six Has the X-Men Making a Potentially World-Ending Gamble

In the newest X-Men event, ten champions of Krakoa must face ten champions of Arakko in what will hopefully be an epic battle. But first, they have to find the swords. While we watch the […]

October 18, 2020