Monstro Mechanica #1 Review: Man Made Madness

By Nolan P. Smith If there is one thing I can say about AfterShock Comics, is that they deliver in the form of diverse books. From the animals rule the world story of Animosity to a Teddy Roosevelt super group with Rough Riders, they know how to create diverse, high quality books. With their latest…Read moreRead more

Judas #1 Review: The Original Villain

By Nolan P. Smith When it comes to villains, one’s name ranks above the rest. Judas Iscariot. The traitor to Jesus in the Bible. His name alone is so synonymous with traitor now, so much that his name is almost interchangeable. Boom! Studios looks to shed some light on one of the world’s original villains…Read moreRead more

Hellboy: Krampusnacht Review- Silent Night

By Nolan P. Smith Hellboy has been a staple for the comic industry for some time now. Mike Mignola’s demonic creation with a heart of gold has gained readers across the globe. For this holiday season, we get a special treat: Hellboy- Krampusnacht. A book written by Mignola himself with art by one of the…Read moreRead more

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review- Use Force When Necessary

By Nolan P. Smith The time has come. We have finally entered the next chapter in the modern Star Wars trilogy with The Last Jedi. With so much writing in this film, did it deliver? Spoilers abound if you keep reading. Did it recapture the magic we all know and love in the Star Wars…Read moreRead more

Merry Christmas From Pastrami Nation!

Merry Christmas from all of us at Pastrami Nation! Check out some of the awesome Christmas countdown photos from ProjectC28 (project_c28 on Instagram!) who shared these fantastic photos with us to share with you all! All photos by ProjectC28.  

All-New “LEGO DC Super Heroes: The Flash!” coming 3/13/18 to Blu-ray/DVD from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment

By Staff Reports The Flash’s world spins out of control when his arch-nemesis Reverse-Flash puts the Scarlet Speedster into a vicious time loop in LEGO DC Super Heroes: The Flash, the latest animated film from Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment and The LEGO Group. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will distribute the full-length movie on Blu-rayTM…Read moreRead more

Narrative Episodic Game The Council Revealed

By Staff Reports The Council is an episodic game developed by French indie studio Big Bad Wolf that delivers a fresh new take on the narrative adventure genre. Make hard-hitting decisions, develop an array of skills, and directly impact how the story unfolds. With permanent, long-lasting consequences, there is no going back. Plunge into a…Read moreRead more

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Enhanced for Xbox One X- Additional PS4 Pro Upgrade Patch Coming

By Staff Reports CD PROJEKT RED, creators of The Witcher series of games, announce the release of the Xbox One X upgrade patch for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. In addition, the studio announces that an upgrade patch introducing HDR support will soon be released for the PlayStation 4 Pro computer entertainment system.

Doctor Radar #1 Review- Thrilling and Refreshing

By Jesse Ramirez Contributing Guest Reviewer What an amazing start to this new Titan Comics Series! Doctor Radar #1, written by Noel Simsolo, with artwork from Bezian, is a complete thriller from start to finish. A 1920’s setting, a murderer on the loose, and an eager detective ready for the hunt; it kind of sounds…Read moreRead more

Happy TPB Review: Not Your Average Imaginary Blue Horse

By Nolan P. Smith Back in 2012, Image Comics released a series from the twisted minds of Grant Morrison (We3, JLA) and Darick Robertson (The Boys) called Happy. A sick, violent, rated R book with a Christmas slant to it, I loved the series when it initially hit. Fast forward to 2017, and SyFy is…Read moreRead more

John Wick #1 Review: Making Baba Yaga

By Nolan P. Smith When the film John Wick hit theaters in 2014, it brought a surge of energy back to the action film genre, and brought Keanu Reeves back into the well-deserved spotlight. The revenge flick introduced a new take on the seedy underworld, and spawned an amazing sequel. Now, thanks to Dynamite, the…Read moreRead more

Long Lost #1 Review: Eerily Outstanding

By Nolan P. Smith It pays to venture away from the big comic book publishers from time to time. Trust me, I love DC and Marvel, Image and Dark Horse, Valiant and more. But I love venturing into the smaller press, as you can find some amazing gems. Behold said gem in Long Lost from…Read moreRead more

Batman: Gotham By Gaslight premiere 1/12/18 kicks off “DC in D.C.” weekend

By Staff Reports Get ready for “DC in D.C.” During the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend, Warner Bros. Television Group, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will team up for “DC in D.C.,” a landmark pop culture event that brings together the worlds of entertainment and public service to illuminate the story of…Read moreRead more

Witchblade finds a new host and a new audience

By Staff Reports Fans fell in love with Alex Underwood—writer Caitlin Kittredge (THROWAWAYS, Coffin Hill) and artist Roberta Ingranata’s newest WITCHBLADE host—in WITCHBLADE #1’s fresh spin on the classic comic series. WITCHBLADE was first co-created by Image Comics co-founder and partner, Marc Silvestri, with Brian Haberlin, Michael Turner, and David Wohl, and launched as an…Read moreRead more

Sherlock Frankenstein and the Legion of Evil- Why You Should Be Reading This Black Hammer Spin Off

By Nolan P. Smith If you are like me, you love superhero books. If you are really like me, you like different takes on said superheroes. With Black Hammer from Jeff Lemire, we have seen a very different, very humanized look into the world of superheroes. As the title is on a break, the stories…Read moreRead more

Ninja-K #1 Review: Living Up to Your Name

  By Nolan P. Smith With the online live action series, Ninjak Vs The Valiant Universe, hitting next year, there is no better time than now to get acquainted with the deadliest man in Valiant. With Ninja-K #1, Valiant gives the spotlight to Colin King once again, but this time, the ninja takes the spotlight…Read moreRead more

Longmire Season 6 Review: Nothing Gold Can Stay

By Nolan P. Smith The poet Robert Frost said, “Nothing gold can stay”. This couldn’t be more true when it comes to the sixth and final season to Longmire. Now a Netflix exclusive, this season takes every loose end and ties it up nicely. But does Sheriff Walt Longmire get to ride into the sunset?

Rashomon: A Commissioner Heigo Kobayashi Case Review

By Nolan P. Smith When I first came across this book, I knew I had to get it. Set in one of my favorite time periods, that being feudal Japan, and by one of the most talented guys in the business, Victor Santos (Mice Templar, Violent Love), right off the bat, my expectations rose. With…Read moreRead more

Doomsday Clock #1 Review: Time Keeps on Ticking

By Nolan P. Smith Back in 1986, the world was given a very different take on superheroes with The Watchmen. Dark, unexpected and riddled with mature themes and scenes, the Alan Moore/Dave Gibbons mini-series is one of the greatest graphic novels of all time. Now, fast forward to 2017, and it looks like The Watchmen…Read moreRead more

Riftworld Legends #4 Review- The Plot Thickens

By Jesse Ramirez Contributing Guest Reviewer Things are beginning to really heat up in this issue,of Riftworld Legends and it’s clear that this is still just the beginning! Big thing are sure to come for this spectacular series!

Black Mask Studios February Solicits Brings New Series, New Collection

By Nolan P. Smith February brings lots of great books from one of my favorite publishers, Black Mask Studios. Check out the solicit info they sent, and make sure to preorder!

Will Dennis Steps Up as Volunteer Editor on Where We Live, Cover Art Revealed, More Contributors Announced

By Staff Reports Image Comics is pleased to reveal the cover artwork for the WHERE WE LIVE anthology and welcome editor Will Dennis on board to volunteer his time curating and coordinating the project. WHERE WE LIVE will feature work from a wide range of comic creators—including Neil Gaiman, Mike Mignola, and the previously announced…Read moreRead more

Kick-Ass Trade Paperbacks Find New Home at Image Comics, New Kick-Ass Coming in 2018

By Staff Reports Image Comics is pleased to announce that the bestselling trade paperback collections of the hit comic book series, KICK-ASS by comic book legends Mark Millar (KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE, HIT-GIRL) and artist John Romita Jr., will find a new home at Image Comics. KICK-ASS, VOL. 1-4 of the trade paperbacks will hit…Read moreRead more

Batman Who Laughs #1 Review: Let’s See a Smile on That Face

The most insane version of the Dark Knight is the Batman Who Laughs By Nolan P. Smith One of my favorite storylines right now, and this year, has to be DC Comic’s Dark Nights Metal. The story introduced us to various iterations of Batman from various parts of the Dark Multiverse, many of these Bat-people…Read moreRead more

Punisher #218 Review- How to Make a Marvel’s Deadliest Weapon Deadlier

The Punisher gets the ultimate weapon By Nolan P. Smith With Marvel Legacy, Marvel has made every one of their books a new jumping on point, yet returned the books to their original numbering. For Frank Castle, AKA the Punisher, this means a whole new go around with guns blazing. But this time around, Frank…Read moreRead more

Justice League Review: A League of Their Own

DC’s Elite Supergroup Hits the Silver Screen with Justice League By Nolan P. Smith The day has come: the much-beleaguered film has finally seen the light of the day. When you think of the DC Comics universe, there is no bigger team than the Justice League. Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, Cyborg, and the…Read moreRead more

Moving Target: The History and Evolution of Green Arrow in Current Previews Catalog

By Staff Reports If you like to make your hard-copy purchases through your Local Comics Shop, and you want Moving Target: The History and Evolution of Green Arrow by Richard Gray, we are plSeeased to announce that the book is listed in the current issue of the Previews catalog. (Please don’t assume that your comics…Read moreRead more

Sharknado 5 Playing Exclusively at Cinemark Theaters This Thursday, November 16th 2017

By Staff Reports Cinemark Theaters and The Asylum (the studio behind Sharknado) have joined forces to present fans with THURSDAY NIGHTS AT THE ASYLUM, a weekly series offering exclusive access to the very best in underground and homegrown horror, thriller, sci-fi and cult cinema. This week, Cinemark Theaters will be presenting Sharknado 5.

Madefire Welcomes Image Comics’ THE WALKING DEAD, SPAWN, and more to its Award-Winning Digital Platform

By Staff Reports Madefire, the award-winning standard in digital comics and innovator of the proprietary Motion Book™ format teams up with Image Comics, the publisher of some of the top selling, award-winning comics in the industry, to make available a trove of back catalog titles to the Madefire platform.

Gravediggers Union #1 Review

By Jesse Ramirez Contributing Guest Reviewer There’s so much to love about this issue, It has everything I look for in a comic and more!