Drawing Blood #1 Review: Behind the Scenes

By Nolan P. Smith Kevin Eastman helped give the world one of its most beloved pop culture franchises: the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It was a phenomenon that transcended comic books and became multiple animated series, live action films, and a marketing juggernaut. Eastman is back with a new independently published book, Drawing Blood, which takes parts of his life […]

Nobody Is In Control #1 Review: Planned Obsolescence

By Kevin Hoskinson Nobody is in control. No matter how much you think you are, you are not in control. Eventually, everything becomes obsolete. From Black Mask studios comes “Nobody Is In Control,” a book about conspiracies that would make “The X-Files” proud. When Richard, a retired talk radio DJ, comes across somebody running through his yard, his first instinct […]

The Aladdin Review

By Nolan P. Smith Back during my childhood years, Disney animated movies played a huge part. For me, Aladdin was always my favorite. Maybe it was the Eastern setting, the fantastic animation, the over the top Genie played by Robin Williams, the idea of having any wish you want granted: I loved it. Now in 2019, we get a live […]

Dark Horse Gives The Umbrella Academy The Deluxe Treatment

By Staff Reports Whether you discovered The Umbrella Academy this year with the release of the new Netflix series, or you’ve been a fan since the beginning, you can indulge in this dysfunctional superhero family in greater detail than ever before with the upcoming The Umbrella Academy Library Editions! From co-creators Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance, The True Lives of […]

Life is Strange 2, Episode 3: Wastelands Review

By Steven Seggerman There will be plenty of spoilers ahead! You’ve been warned! Episode 3 takes place many weeks after the last, where Sean and Daniel were forced to run away from their grandparent’s home. Now they are part of a community of vagabonds living out of tents in the forest. Finn, the hippy leader of this camp of misfits, […]

Free Comic Book Day 2019: Bloodshot Review

By Wudood Omran Valiant Comics is continuing their string of strong spring releases with this latest issue of Bloodshot. As we can tell by the title, this series is hyper-focusing on the life of the super soldier Bloodshot. The scene is set in a snowy New York City, and Bloodshot is doing what he does best and is whooping tail… […]

The Inland Empire’s Only Comic Book Convention, Comic Con Revolution, Returns May 18th & 19th

By Nolan P. Smith Comic book fans rejoice: the Inland Empire’s only comic book convention, Comic Con Revolution, is back for their third year as the show returns to the Ontario Convention Center this weekend.  Comic Con Revolution expands with over 200 guests, over 300 exhibitors, two full days of programming and more as the show supersizes to two days […]

Wulfborne #3 Review- All Journeys End

By Nolan P. Smith With this third issue, we come to the end of Scout Comics’ Wulfborne. From creator, writer, and artist Brian Middleton, we have reached the end of Wulfborne’s journey to the darkness, all in hopes of being reunited with his love, Luna, or at least temper the pain. With this issue, Wulfborne comes face to face with […]

Gears of War: Hivebusters #1 Review

By Steven Seggerman Rise of RAAM writer Kurtis Wiebe returns for Gears of War: Hivebusters, joined by Dark Souls artist Alan Quah. I’m really excited to get the chance to review this, as it’s coming before the release of Gears of War 5, and this is done in conjunction with Microsoft Studios. This comic has the chance to shed some […]

The Pokemon- Detective Pikachu Review

By Nolan P. Smith Pokemon is easily one of the biggest, most famous and longest running franchises in the entertainment industry. From the groundbreaking Game Boy games to the viral Pokemon Go mobile game, the pocket monster craze is as strong as ever. Perfect time for the first live action film, and who better to star than the most popular […]

Epic Games has Launched Fortnite Season 9

By Staff Reports Today, Fortnite’s Season 9 has launched and is now available on all platforms where Fortnite is available to download. For Battle Royale, the map has undergone some dramatic changes, bringing with it a new Slipstream wind transportation, and new points of interest like Neo Tilted, the Mega Mall! Creative gets some new customization options like the Hover […]

Firefly – The Unification War Part 1 Review

By Steven Seggerman Back in 2002 Firefly aired for the first time on TV, and viewers instantly fell in love. Despite the overwhelming praise it received from its numerous fans, the show was canceled only after one season. Through relentless and persistent badgering by the fans, Universal Studios took on the world of Firefly, creating a movie that wrapped things […]

Fell Seal Arbiter’s Mark Review

By Steven Seggerman Tactical RPGs are some of my favorite types of games. 6 Eyes Studios has admitted their biggest influence was Final Fantasy Tactics, and it’s a great game to model a project off of. Battles can go on and on, requiring a lot of patience, but I love seeing how each move you make can turn the tide […]