Image/Top Cow Counts Down to New Series the Clock Set to Launch This January

By Staff Reports Image/Top Cow Productions is pleased to announce the forthcoming Matt Hawkins (Think Tank) and Colleen Doran (A Distant Soil) collaboration—The Clock—a new dystopian, four-issue miniseries timed to launch this January 2020. In The Clock, within three weeks, hundreds of millions of healthy people worldwide contract various forms of aggressive cancer and its proliferation—seemingly a viral outbreak—stumps the […]

Going To The Chapel #2 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson The story of Emily’s disastrous wedding continues in Action Lab Danger Zones Going To The Chapel #2. The wedding from hell started last issue when Emily was preparing to walk down the aisle, getting married to her loving fiance Jesse. She had her doubts, but she knew she loved him and that becoming his wife wouldn’t be […]

Amalgama Space Zombie #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson There are times in life when you see something so crazy, ridiculous, and awe-inspiringly insane that you can’t help but fall in love with it a little bit. Action Lab Danger Zone’s ‘Amalgama Space Zombie’ left me with that feeling, and also a little bit of “WTF did I just read?” The story starts with Amalgama waking […]

Money Shot #1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith This is a strange one to review. Vault Comics once again comes out with something unlike what you see on the shelves already. Enter Money Shot #1- a book about a bunch of scientists that turn to interstellar porn stars as a way of making money to fund their research. Totally off the wall, and totally […]

Mezo #1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith One of my favorite parts of the comic book industry is the vast amount of independent publishers. There are so many amazing, high-quality titles being released every month. Yet, many readers will never try them- maybe they don’t know they exist. So when I saw my local comic book shop had in an interesting title called […]

First Bloodshot Trailer is HERE!

By Nolan P. Smith Being a long time fan of Valiant Comics, I was excited beyond belief for this day. Here it is, the trailer for Bloodshot, starring Vin Diesel! Personally, I think it looks amazing! With a February release date to boot? Perfect time to release this action packed film! Check it out below, and let us know what […]

Genre icons Patrick Stewart, Jeff Goldblum, Michael Biehn, and Charlie Sheen Band Together for New Anti-Bullying Film #NOJOKE

By Staff Reports Check out the trailer for #NoJoke, which is due for release October 22 across North America (On Demand/Digital from Indiecan Entertainment), Manfred Becker’s #NoJoke chronicles a musician’s journey to create a song with some of the biggest stars in the industry. Along the way, he faces up to his painful past, while giving viewers a deep personal […]

Something is Killing the Children #2 Review

By Nolan P. Smith In my review of the first issue of Something is Killing the Children, I raved about the new series that introduces a mysterious monster hunter who comes to a small town being haunted by a monstrosity. With the second issue, we continue to dive into this world of monsters, mystery, and more. From James Tynion IV, […]

Jay And Silent Bob Reboot Review

By Kevin Hoskinson It’s been thirteen years since they last graced the big screen with their presence in “Clerks 2”, and now Jay and Silent Bob are back in Jay And Silent Bob Reboot, the latest offering from filmmaker Kevin Smith. The film comes a little over a year after his brush with death, and it’s loaded with a great […]

Zombieland Double Tap Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor It is a sequel I have been waiting for since the first film ended. When Zombieland hit theaters all those years ago, I was amazed by the blend of horror, comedy, and world-building that drew in the audience and didn’t let go. After a horrible launch of a TV internet-only series, we finally get a […]

Power Rangers: The Psycho Path Review

By Vexx Alitory The sinister Psycho Rangers have been revived once again with even greater abilities as they confront siblings Andros, the former Red Space Ranger, and Karone, the former Pink Galaxy Ranger, in a battle that could decide the fate of the universe. Today we’re talking Comics!!!! pastrami nation: https://pastramination.com/ Twitter:@vexxalitory Instagram: @vexxalitory Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VexxAlitory/…  

The Marked #1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith When it comes to books I have been hyped for, The Marked from Shadowline/Image Comics is one of the top 3 of the year. Everything I have read and seen about it has it as one of my most anticipated books of 2019. Well, this is the week, and The Marked #1 is here.  From David […]

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Review

By Nolan P. Smith If you watched all of the seasons of Breaking Bad, then you know you have wanted to find out what exactly happened to Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul). Well, it took a few years, but we finally get an answer with El Camino: A Breaking Bad movie. Was it worthy enough to carry the coveted Breaking Bad […]

The Addams Family Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Cartoonist Charles Addams created the Addams Family in 1938. It started as a one-panel comic in the New Yorker before being spawned into a successful television show, animated shows, and a film series directed by Barry Sonnenfeld in the 1990s. And as much as I would love to wax nostalgic about how great the live-action television show […]

Over the Ropes #1 Review: Squared Circle Living

By Nolan P Smith  I love professional wrestling. Anyone who knows me knows this. I grew up on the WWF: the spectacle, the storylines, the characters- it’s a work of art. Even to this day, I still follow several promotions, excited to see how the business continues to evolve. So when I saw Mad Cave Studios was publishing a book […]

Uncork’d Takes Bloody Marie; New North American Trailer Released

By Staff Reports Uncork’d Entertainment has acquired Lennert Hillege and Guido van Driel‘s acclaimed Dutch action-drama Bloody Marie for Theatrical and On Demand release beginning November 1. Shortlisted as one of the nine films in contention to be the Dutch entry for the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards, the film is anchored by […]

Wolvenheart #1 Review: Take a Stab

By Nolan P. Smith  Mad Cave Studios has brought us some fantastic comics in the past years. From Honor and Curse to Battlecats and Show’s End, I have been impressed with their diverse lineup of genres. With Wolvenheart, we jump into a world of time-traveling monster hunters lead by Van Hellsing: tell me that doesn’t already sound amazing.  From Mark […]

Creepshow Episode 2 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson The Shudder original series Creepshow continues to deliver the scares and the laughs in its second episode, and it offered two stories that couldn’t be more different. The show starts with “Bad Wolf Down,” which is written and directed by Rob Schrab. The story is about a group of American soldiers trapped behind enemy lines during WWII. […]

New Onward Trailer Released By Pixar

By Kevin Hoskinson Earlier this year, we got a short glimpse at what to expect from Pixar’s newest adventure, Onward. Now, they have released a full trailer, giving us a better idea of what the movie will be about. Chris Pratt and Tom Holland star as two teenage elf brothers, Ian and Barley Lightfoot, who “go on a journey to […]

Los Angeles Comic Con Celebrates its Ninth Year This Weekend with Special Guests, Artists, Cosplay and More

By Nolan P. Smith On October 11th-13th, the Los Angeles Convention Center will once again host the Los Angeles Comic Con. Now in its ninth year, this year’s convention has plenty for fans to be excited for: from a reunion of “The Office” cast, a Disney’s “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” Cosplay Contest, and guests including Ron Pearlman (Hellboy, Sons of […]

Catalyst Prime: Seven Days #1 Review: The End of the World As We Know It…Again

By Daniel Schwartz Imagine a world that has recently dodged a near-apocalyptic bullet. Certain that the planet was doomed, humanity falls into chaos and nearly destroys itself before the extraterrestrial threat (meteor) arrives. Now, imagine that the meteor did not have the expected cataclysmic result, and life continued on. The world is suffering from collective PTSD and trying to recover. […]

The Joker Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor It has been one of the most widely criticized films even before it hit the theaters, but the time has finally come. DC’s most iconic villain has received his own movie, but this isn’t your comic book action-packed blockbuster type of film. So, what exactly is The Joker?  Directed by Todd Phillips, the film stars […]