Dynamite Entertainment Previews


Dynamite’s highlights next week include painterly cover art by Darwyn Cooke, Rob Liefeld, and Alex Ross, and classic comic strip characters licensed from King Features, Flash Gordon and The Phantom. In addition to their roster of dynamic artists, Dynamite has attracted a lot of top writing talent, and it shows in next week’s comics, with […]

David Tennant to Play Killgrave


In a bit of news that seems to have left everyone simultaneously ecstatic and nauseous, David Tennant (Tied for Most Lovable Doctor with 2, 4, and 11) has been cast as Killgrave, the Purple Man (Hands-down Marvel’s Ickiest Villain.) It’s a weird pairing. Killgrave, The Purple Man, was introduced in one of the very earliest […]

Apes Ride Hogs in The Humans, Image’s Rated Mature Anthropomorphic Biker Thriller


In The Humans, it’s 1970 in Bakersfield, California. Johnny was believed dead, but reappears, haunted by memories of hell on earth. Can he get it together to hang with The Humans, the baddest biker gang, as they ride from turf war to drug party, trailing chains, sex, leather, denim, hair, blood, bananas, and chrome? One […]

Viz Media’s Perfect Square Imprint Releases New Edition of Shotaro Ishinomori’s The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past This May


Viz Media revealed their plans today to republish Shotaro Ishinomori’s classic manga adaptation of the Super Nintendo game, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Originally serialized in Nintendo Power and then collected into a graphic novel in 1993, it has long been out of print. This May, the story returns under the […]

Movie Review: Seventh Son (2015)


Seeing films in Malaysia weeks, if not months, ahead of their US and UK releases happens every now and again, however, it can be a bit of a multi-edged sword. Sometimes it’s a very welcome surprise, as with Snowpiercer’s stealth release here, uncut and months before director Joon-Ho Bong and studio head Harvey Weinstein quit […]

Wizard World Announces Fan Fest Chicago as Thank You to Wizard World fans; free admission for Wizard World 4 day and VIP holders


Wizard World announced today the addition of Wizard World Comic Con Presents Fan Fest Chicago to its 2015 schedule. Dubbed a “thank you” to loyal fans, it has a special price of $25 for the March 7th-8th weekend, or $15 for either day, but fans who have purchased four day or VIP passes to Wizard […]

Advanced Review: Shaft #3


John Shaft is being questioned for suspicion of murder, but his boss Butch convinces the police that his new P.I. will do their work for them, and John is released. He’s free to go, but he’s not a free man, as he’s still possessed by feelings for the late Arletha Havens. He thinks of her […]

Advanced Review: Vampirella Vol.2 #9


An entitled businessman disembarks an airplane with the petty ambition of getting his flight attendant fired, but develops a Nosferatu-like bloodlust after she spikes his complimentary first class Jack and Coke. Cut to Madame Evilly as she briefs Vampirella on what she has learned from her interrogation of Dr. Faustus, that Medea of Ancient Greece […]

An Interview With Kel Symons, Nate Stockman, and Paul Little of Image’s Reyn


Reyn #1, the first issue of a new fantasy series that is alternately dark and light-hearted, hit the comic shops and digital storefronts on January 21st. The sword and sorcery tale is causing a lot of buzz on social media this week, and here with us today we have writer Kel Symons, penciller Nate Stockmam, […]

Comic Review: Sonic the Hedgehog #268

Sonic the Hedgehog 268

Before Sonic the Hedgehog was pummeling his fellow video game mascots in Super Smash Bros, he was beating up his furry friends in Sonic the Fighters. While it wasn’t exactly the most iconic fighting game, nor was it the best Sonic the Hedgehog spin-off Sega had to offer, it was a fun little diversion for the fandom. So it’s […]

Bonus Stage: Zelda, Big Hero 6, Adventure Time and more


Welcome to the brand new Bonus Stage! Now bringing you the best cosplay, fan-art, videos music and more from all over geekdom!

Advanced Review : King: Jungle Jim #1


While an animistic force is moving Arboria’s plant and animal life against Ming’s slavers, Prince Barin recruits his best trackers Thun and Kugor to guide the drunken beauty Lille Devrille in her search for the enigmatic Jungle Jim. Lille’s brother, Daris, was captured by Ming and is to be executed, and she wants the legendary […]