D23 Celebrates 65 Years of The Disney Theme Park

By Staff Reports It was 65 years ago that Disneyland first welcomed guests to enjoy a new kind of experience: the theme park. And to mark the occasion, Disney twenty-three has created a one-of-a-kind, stand-alone issue, filled with rich stories and stunning photography that look at the development and evolution of the Disney theme park….Read moreRead more

Boss Fight Studio Announces The Umbrella Academy Action-Figure Line

By Staff Reports Boss Fight Studio, creator of fan-favorite, highly articulated figures announces their latest action figure line, The Umbrella Academy from television studio Universal Content Productions and brokered by UCP’s licensing agency, Striker Entertainment! With characters based on the wildly popular Netflix show, the action figures will feature Boss Fight’s signature multiple articulation points…Read moreRead more

Super7 Introducing Disney ULTIMATES, Now Available for Preorder!

By Staff Reports What do you get when you cross a fanatical bunch of toy makers with one of the most imaginative brands on earth? Pure magic. Super7 is thrilled to announce this imaginative and creative collaboration with Disney kicking off with the launch of our first three Disney collectibles: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey, Pinocchio,…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: No Heroine #2

By Nolan P. Smith Editor With No Heroine’s debut issue from Source Point Press, the creative team took us down a dark road. Kayla, our heroine who is battling demons of her own besides the band of vampires she dispatched, had a glimmer of hope by the end of the issue. She was still alive…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Host

By Kevin Hoskinson The Shudder original film Host is one of those movies that is truly of its time. It was filmed during the lockdown, and the story is told entirely over the meeting app Zoom. It’s one of those movies that people will look back on years from now and reminisce about the craziness…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: My Little Pony/Transformers: Friendship in Disguise #1

By Rebecca Benson Curiosity and nostalgia compelled me to pick up IDW’s crossover comic of Transformers and My Little Pony: Friendship in Disguise. So, hold on as we are transported into a unique realm… To start with, Writer James Asmus and Artist & Colorer Tony Fleecs give a “Roll Call” of all Ponies and Transformers…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Bass Reeves Episode 1-The Lawman Cometh

By Daniel Schwartz To be honest, before I read this comic, I had never heard of Bass Reeves. I am a little embarrassed to say that because I consider myself a bit of a history buff. After reading this comic, I looked him up, and I was shocked. He had an amazing career as a…Read moreRead more

The Clink Room- Fantastic Four Picks- Week of August 4th

By Nolan Smith and Jason Smith After having an amazing podcast with John (Interstate19) and Jon (InkParkCo) about hats, we decided to do a weekly spotlight on hat designs from The Clink Room! What’s The Clink Room? Here is the info straight from their website: The Clink Room was created by Brandiose, the design firm…Read moreRead more

Reviews from Me to You with Eddie Aguirre: The Night Clerk

By Eddie Aguirre Check out my first video review for the film The Night Clerk. Visit PastramiNation.com for news, reviews, giveaways and more! Make sure to follow us at: Facebook: www.facebook.com/pastramination Instagram: @pastramination Twitter: twitter.com/pastramination The Night Clerk rating is 2.5 Pastrami Nations out of 5.

D&D or Nothing- Episode 1 or How to start a D&D Adventure

By Jeremiah Gagnon Join us for the first episode of our Dungeons & Dragons podcast: D&D or Nothing! Greetings and Welcome, the road is dangerous, allow me to be your guide… Our story begins in the small farming village known as San-Torrekk. The party finds themselves inside the inn known as The Smelly Bard which…Read moreRead more

Lollapalooza 2020 Announces 4-Night Livestream Featuring 150 Performances

By Eddie Aguirre Just like all other major events and shows in the US this year, Lollapalooza has been no exception; it too has canceled its 2020 physical live audience appearance due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. As a follower of music and live performances, I am thrilled to see that this event will…Read moreRead more

Scout Comics MURDER HOBO #1 And IT EATS WHAT FEEDS IT #1 Go To Second Print

By Staff Reports Two of Scout Comics recent releases are going back to print with amazing new covers! From Scout President James Haick: “Scout Comics and Entertainment, Inc. is proud to announce that we are going back to print on both MURDER HOBO #1 and IT EATS WHAT IT FEEDS IT #1. Both books are…Read moreRead more

Great Scott! October’s Sci-Fi Crate goes Back to the Future!

By Staff Reports Fire up the flux capacitor because Loot Crate is going Back to the Future with the newest Loot Sci-Fi crate celebrating the 35th anniversary of one of the most iconic film franchises in history. You’re gonna see some serious s… when you get your hands on these exclusive collectibles and gear from…Read moreRead more

Universal Filmed Entertainment Group and AMC Entertainment Announce Agreement for Exhibition of Universal Films

By Staff Reports Universal Filmed Entertainment Group (UFEG), a division of Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ: CMCSA), and AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AMC) announced today a multi-year agreement under which UFEG films will be exhibited in AMC Theatres in the U.S. The agreement includes at least three weekends (17-days) of theatrical exclusivity for all Universal Pictures…Read moreRead more

The Lost Mission: A Teaser for Destroy All Humans! New Level

By Staff Reports Destroy All Humans! is a remake from the beloved 2005 video game classic. Developer Black Forest Games has massively upgraded the graphics, with the game being created completely in Unreal Engine 4. Among new visuals, also the controls have been modernized and some interesting new content was added, special challenges after a…Read moreRead more

The Epic Fantasy BY THE HORNS Is Coming This Winter By Scout Comics

By Staff Reports Elodie means to kill every unicorn in Solothus, but to destroy them all she must reluctantly partner with two of their kind, and defeat four sorcerers who are abducting mystical creatures. That’s the story behind By The Horns, a new series on its way from Scout Comics. From writer Markisan Naso (VORACIOUS,…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Bigfoot- Worse Than Bad

By Jason T. Smith Creative Editor In 2012 the movie Bigfoot was released. Unfortunately, some missed this hidden gem the first time around, but thanks to Peacock, a streaming service brought to us by the good folks at Universal, fans of Sasquatch related films like myself now have the opportunity to watch it, with unfortunately…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Red Rooster- Episode #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor My favorite aspect of the comic book market has to be the independents. Don’t get me wrong, I love Marvel and DC as well, but my eye is always to what’s new, whether its a new artist, writer or publisher. Allegiance Arts & Entertainment caught my eye at a Wal-Mart…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: A Man Among Ye #1

By Kevin Hoskinson Stories of pirates and their adventures on the high seas have fascinated readers for generations. As far back as I could remember, Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel “Treasure Island” has been a part of my life. It introduced me and many others to a whole new world of storytelling, thrilling adventure, and of…Read moreRead more

New Graphic Novel Celebrating Beethoven’s 250th Anniversary

By Staff Reports Z2 Comics and Deutsche Grammophon, one of the world’s most historic and influential record labels, today announced a new original graphic novel looking 250 years into the past at one of the most celebrated musicians of all time: Ludwig van Beethoven. It will be accompanied by a new compilation album from Deutsche…Read moreRead more

Vault Announces THE DEVIL’S RED BRIDE, a samurai grindhouse epic from Sebastian Girner and John Bivens

By Staff Reports Vault Comics is thrilled to announce THE DEVIL’S RED BRIDE, a brutal samurai grindhouse epic by writer Sebastian Girner (Shirtless Bear Fighter, Scales & Scoundrels), rising star artist John Bivens (Cult Classic: Creature Feature, The Spread), colorist Iris Monahan, and letterer Jeff Powell. Set in 16th century Japan, THE DEVIL’S RED BRIDE is a…Read moreRead more

Graphic Novel Review: Mooncakes

By Rebecca Benson Ever since I first heard about Mooncakes from ROAR/Lion Forge, it piqued my interest. So let’s dive into Mooncakes! The story, written by Suzanne Walker, begins with Tam’s return to their childhood town. Important to the story is that Tam identifies as nonbinary and prefers the plural pronoun of ‘them’; oh, and…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: It Eats What Feeds It #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Sometimes a book sticks with you at first sight. For me, it was when I saw the first promotional image for It Eats What Feeds It, from Scout Comics. By Max Hoven, Aaron Crow, and with breathtaking art by Gabriel Iumazark, this debut issue pulls you in deep into the…Read moreRead more

Pastrami Nation Podcast- The Hat Episode-Premieres July 22nd at 8pm PST- Your Chance to Win a Gift Card to Hat Club!

  Join Pastrami Nation’s Nolan Smith, Jason Smith, and Eddie Aguirre as we welcome hat collector John Beare and Ink Park’s Jon Ramirez as we dive into the hat episode! See the video below and live chat with us at 8pm!Leave a comment by Saturday, July 25th at 8pm PST for a chance to win…Read moreRead more

Todd McFarlane Reveals New Creature Line RAW10

By Staff Reports Today, Todd McFarlane, legendary creator, and McFarlane Toys creative force announced a new McFarlane designed creature toy line RAW10 coming exclusively to Walmart.  McFarlane and the award-winning McFarlane Toys’ design team have created a brand-new toy line and online comic series for creature and monster fans of all ages. “I’m excited to…Read moreRead more

Titan Comics Reveals Horizon Zero Dawn #1 Peach Momoko San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive Cover

By Staff Reports This August, Titan Comics and Guerrilla will embark on an exciting adventure together, as the first original comic book series set in the world of the global smash-hit PS4 game Horizon Zero Dawn comes to comics. This new series takes place after the events of the game as Talanah, a strong and…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Loggerhead #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Do you know what the world needs right now? More comic books. More escapes from the darkness of reality we are currently facing. Do you know what else we need? More snapping turtle-like monsters in the Bayou. Yeah, I know, you were thinking the same thing. Welcome to Loggerhead: Bloody…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: The Wizerd and the Potion of Dreams!

By Jeremiah Gagnon After only seeing the cover for The Wizerd from Oni Press, my first thoughts were that this is going to be a fun little adventure and a nice break from the seriousness that seems to always dominate our stories these days. From Michael Sweater and Rachel Dukes, and designed by Chad W….Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Hollywood Trash #1

By Rebecca Benson For my first ever comic book review, I look at an upcoming comic coming from Mad Cave Studios in the fall: Hollywood Trash. It starts with the villainous Grapevine inducting a henchman, Leonard Wiley, aka Boom-Boom, into his cult ‘family’. His ‘children’ refer to Grapevine as “Pa-Pa.” Each family member has a…Read moreRead more

Snowpiercer Season 1 Review: All Aboard the Crazy Train!

By Daniel Schwartz During the early Spring and Summer, TNT aggressively advertised their new action-drama series Snowpiercer. This turned out to be a great move. With the pandemic shuttering production on most fan-favorite shows, Snowpiercer offered a new, exciting series to fill the void. Not only did they fill the void, they knocked the ball…Read moreRead more