Comic Book Review: A Dark Interlude #1

By Nolan Smith In 2018, I reviewed my first ever Vault Comics releases, which was the fantastic Fearscape #1. The story of hack writer Henry Henry and his journey to the Fearscape, as he was “chosen” as our world’s champion for being a master storyteller. Well, no, he lied and said he was someone else….Read moreRead more

Movie Review- Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey

By Kevin Hoskinson 2020 has been a heck of a year. It’s been a rollercoaster with its fair share of ups and downs, as many places around the world are going back into lockdown this holiday season. Lots of people are left without being around their families this year to celebrate. With that being the…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: The Autumnal #3

By Rebecca Benson The story continues for Vault’s The Autumnal, as readers dive deeper into the mystery of Comfort Notch and its legends. The creative team behind The Autumnal: (W) Daniel Kraus, (A) Chris Shehan, (C) Jason Wordie, and (L) Jim Campbell have outdone themselves with this issue. Featuring our main persons, Kat and Sybil, readers are given a greater glimpse of the…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: The Recount #1

By Carlos Melgarejo Picture a nightmare scenario of today. With that in mind, you have The Recount. The Recount #1 is from Scout Comics and by Gabriel Ibarra, Johnathan Hedrick with Sunil Ghagre, and Cristian Docolomansky. The Recount pulls no punches in showing you immediately what this story is about. Or where it’s getting to….Read moreRead more

Action Figure Review: Transformers Furai Action Optimus Prime (IDW Version)

By Nolan P. Smith He is the leader of the Autobots, the most iconic character in Transformers history. He is Optimus Prime, and he has had a ton of action figures in his long history. With Flame Toys and Bluefin Brands’ release of this figure, what makes it stand out from the rest? The Transformers…Read moreRead more


By Noble Morris (Project C28) Hey everyone, Project C28 here and back with a new video game review! This time, we check out Bubble Bobble 4 Friends on the Playstation 4! Check it out, and let me know what you think!

Comic Book Review: Gung-Ho Volume 1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor When I picked up the first issue of Gung-Ho from ABLAZE Publishing, I knew it was something special. The mystery, the intrigue, and the fantastic artwork had me hooked. With volume 1 of Gung-Ho, I dive into the whole story of the first series and what a story it is….Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Cutting Edge #1

By Nolan P Smith  Editor Sometimes a book just grabs your attention at first sight. This was the case when I first read about Titan Comics Cutting Edge. The story seemed extremely interesting, and the artwork looked terrific. Now that the first issue has been released, did it live up to my initial impressions? No….Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: The Eighth Immortal #1

By Nolan P Smith  Stories of immortals have always fascinated me. Whether they are Gods from various mythologies to heroes with special powers, the thought of living throughout time is exciting and terrifying at the same time. So when I first heard about The Eighth Immortal from Source Point Press, I was intrigued.  From Jacob…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: All Joking Aside

By Kevin Hoskinson There seems to be a fascination with the world of stand up comedy and the lives of those who do it. It’s an interesting job that requires a lot of perseverance and a lot of guts to do. To me, it’s a terrifying prospect. Going up on stage night after night, spilling…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Dungeons & Dragons: At the Spine of the World #1

By Jeremiah Gagnon Written by Aimee Garcia & AJ Mendez Art by Martin Coccolo Colors by Katrina Mae Hao Letters by Neil Uyetake Edits by Megan Brown & David Hedgecock Starting out, we see what looks like a squad of people in a covered wagon being pulled by hounds. Like a true thief, one of…Read moreRead more

Action Figure Review: My Hero Academia- Stain

By Nolan P. Smith Editor My Hero Academia is one of my favorite modern anime and manga series. The stories of heroes and villains both with powers (quirk), some veterans and some just learning the ropes, will pull you in. One of my favorite villains to pop in the anime has to be the gangly,…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Crossover #1

By Nolan P. Smith Donny Cates has become the writer to watch when it comes to comic books. From his fantastic work on God Country to his exciting entries into the Marvel Universe, the man knows how to tell a great story. With Crossover, Cates, artist Geoff Shaw, colorist Dee Cunniffe, and John J. Hill…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: The Devil’s Red Bride #1

By Nolan P Smith  Who doesn’t love a good samurai story? Thanks to Vault Comics, we get a new series steeped in samurai, swordplay, and bloodshed. We get The Devil’s Red Bride #1, and it is awesome.  From Sebastian Girner, John Bivens, Iris Monahan, and Jeff Powell, the story is focused on the Aragami clan,…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Heavy #2

By Kevin Hoskinson Things are getting crazy in the Big Wait as Bill is trying to keep his sanity due to his new reckless partner. How long he is going to be with him, there is no way of telling. But he does know this: if he wants to see his wife again, he needs…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Origins #1

By Rebecca Benson Ever fascinated by post-apocalyptic stories, the gripping comic book entitled “Origins” from BOOM! Studios certainly falls into that category. A trio of survivors are focused on finding hope. They’re faced with death, disease, infection, and perhaps, new beginnings. “Origins” is the attempt at starting over; to find what had started it all…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor It is easily the biggest book to hit in months. It’s one of the most anticipated titles, and the time has finally come. IDW brings the world TMNT: The Last Ronin, a book that focuses on the last surviving turtle in the far-flung future.  Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird are…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: The Witches

By Kevin Hoskinson Initially intended for theaters, the new film version of Roald Dahl’s The Witches has hit HBO Max. The movie stars Octavia Spencer, Anne Hathaway, Stanley Tucci, and a cast of talented young actors. It is also directed by Robert Zemeckis, which gave me a glimmer of hope that this adaptation of the…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: LEAP M #1

By Joshua Gilmore  The month of November is here, but there is a book that came out in August that I still can’t shake. The book in question is LEAP M; this title is a one-shot released through Action Lab-Danger Zone. It has taken me a while to wrap my mind around this title, but…Read moreRead more

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm Review

By Kevin Hoskinson In 2006 the world was introduced to Borat Sagdiyev, a fictional character created and played by Sasha Baron Cohen. The film “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan” became a cultural phenomenon in the United States while also creating one of the most imitated and iconic characters…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Rebecca

By Rebecca Benson Wanting to get into the Halloween spirit, I sought to watch Netflix’s remake of Daphne du Maurier’s novel, Rebecca. The original film, directed by the celebrated Alfred Hitchcock, who also won an Oscar (his one and only) for his depiction of the iconic book. His movie starred the dark and moody Laurence Olivier for…Read moreRead more

The Scumbag #1 Review

By Carlos Melgarejo There hasn’t been many books I’ve been this eager to read about; this is one of the few stories that can have a real impact in comics. This manner of blending comedic, drama, action, and spy-thriller, with the last faith in humanity left to the most incapable hands imaginable, has been done…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Assassin and Son #1

By Carlos Melgarejo There are no true heroes in this world, only villains. Is a killer with a conscience genuinely different from the normal man? This first issue sets this question early. Placed Twelve years ago, Donovan Braddock – The Horseman of Death. A trained assassin, given a new life, and with the skills to…Read moreRead more

Hubie Halloween Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Let’s just get this out of the way right now; I used to be an Adam Sandler fan. I was 15 when Billy Madison came out, and it was the greatest thing I had ever seen. So funny, so immature, and just my style. After that, he came out with a string…Read moreRead more

Lost Soldiers #3 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon The story begins at the scene of a warehouse shootout, with SUV’s acting as berries for each side. On one side, we see two old guys, and on the other, we see a team of younger men. The younger team is taking heavy casualties. Unfortunately, the skills and experience of a two-person…Read moreRead more

Transformers Back to the Future #1 Review: This is Heavy…Metal

By Daniel Schwartz Peanut Butter and Jelly. Macaroni and Cheese. Pineapples and Pizza (yes, I said it). Some things are just meant to be together. So, imagine my excitement when I heard that IDW was putting my two favorite 80’s properties together! I had to read it, and it did not disappoint.  My favorite Back…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: The Epics of Enkidu #1

By Rebecca Benson Working in the Special Education sector, I was captivated by the storyline of “The Epics of Enkidu,” which centers around an autistic individual. The project is available now on IndieGoGo at  The “Epics of Enkidu” is a modern-day story stemming from the legendary mythology of Enkidu. Beginning in Baghdad, Iraq, readers are…Read moreRead more

Movie Review: Vampires Vs. The Bronx

By Kevin Hoskinson There was something about seeing the Broadway Video logo at the beginning of this film that brought me back to old times. I couldn’t recall right away, but there was something very familiar and comforting about seeing it. After doing some light research, I quickly realized what that logo meant. When I…Read moreRead more

Stairway: Anthology Review

By Rebecca Benson Stairway is a collection of ten comic issues produced by a different creative team for each, respectively, from Image Comics. It is pitched as a window to humanity and its unique tendencies. I was eager to read this anthology as it boasted Michael Crichton (“Jurassic Park,” “Timeline,” “Sphere”) type of science fiction. …Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: The Department of Truth #1

By Nolan P. Smith Belief can make or break the world. Belief in the truth. Belief in the unexplained, belief that everything will be ok. With Image Comics The Department of Truth. We dive deep into the world of belief and a conspiracy, deep-rooted in the history we think we know. From James Tynion IV,…Read moreRead more