Madame Web Review

By Kevin HoskinsonEntertainment Editor It’s hard to go into a movie that so much has already been said about with an open mind. Whether it’s good or bad, the opinions of others often cast a massive shadow over particular films, and Madame Web is a great example of that. With the exception of the animated Spider-Verse films, the Sony Spidey-centric […]

The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: Origins and Masterverse Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Dark Horse Books and Mattel have teamed up again to deliver a nostalgia-packed journey with their newest hardcover, “The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: Origins and Masterverse.” This book is a visual celebration of the latest action figure lines, Origins, and Masterverse, showcasing stunning package art, the detailed box art for […]

Video Game Review: Tekken 8

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Welcome back to the electrifying arena of the King of the Iron Fist Tournament with Tekken 8! Bandai Namco delivers the latest punch-packed installment of this legendary fighting game franchise. With formidable contenders like Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, and the King of Fighters having unleashed their next-generation titles, Tekken 8 boldly steps into the ring, […]

Action Figure Review: Battletoads Zitz

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Battletoads is one of my fondest memories when it comes to video games during my childhood. The classic beat’em up puts you in the shoes of one of three of the fantastic Battletoads. The games were excellent, and I have always included them in my list of top video game protagonists. Thanks to Premium DNA […]

Action Figure Review: Beasts of the Mesozoic Dryptosaurus

By Jason T. SmithCreative Editor Creative Beast has consistently delivered top-tier dinosaur action figures for years. Starting with their Raptor series and continuing with the beloved Ceratopsian series, they’ve now wowed us again with their super awesome Tyrannosaur series. The man behind this remarkable lineup, David Silva, has maintained an unwavering commitment to realistic detail, remarkable articulation, and some of […]

Action Figure Review: Sectaurs – Dargon

By Nolan P SmithEditor The Nacelle Company burst onto the action figure scene with their amazing Robo Force figures. Now, they have resurrected another beloved franchise from the depths of toy store nostalgia: Sectaurs! Sectaurs: Warriors of Symbion was a fantastic action figure line, comic book series, and animated show that first emerged in 1985. The concept of blending humanoids […]

Wednesday #1 Review

By Kevin HoskinsonEntertainment Editor Community is sometimes hard to find. There is a world where everybody you surround yourself with shares the same passions as you do and understands exactly where you are coming from. While this world does exist in some version of the multiverse, most of us in this one are struggling to find that sense of belonging. […]

Nosferatu Super7 Ultimates Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Super7’s Ultimates! line is renowned for revitalizing iconic characters and franchises in the form of meticulously crafted action figures. A standout in their collection is the Nosferatu figure, a tribute to the legendary character from the 1922 silent horror film, “Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror.” This film, directed by F.W. Murnau, is an unauthorized adaptation […]

Graphic Novel Review: “Where the Body Was”

By Nolan P. SmithEditor Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips are a legendary duo in the realm of graphic novels, known for their intricate storytelling and compelling artwork. Their works like “Criminal,” “Pulp,” and “Fatale” have left indelible marks on the genre. With “Where the Body Was,” they return, steering us into a gripping murder mystery set in the relaxed atmosphere […]

Action Figure Review: Ultraman One:12 Collective

By Nolan P. Smith Editor From the moment Mezco Toyz introduced their One:12 Collective with the Dark Knight Returns Batman, I’ve been hooked, eagerly anticipating each new release. Their latest addition, the legendary Ultraman, does not disappoint. This birthday gift from my wife left me in awe. The intricately designed Ultraman figure, clothed in its signature combat suit, features a […]

Comic Book Review: Usagi Yojimbo: Space Usagi – Yokai Hunter One-Shot

By Nolan P. Smith Editor As a long-time admirer of Stan Sakai’s “Usagi Yojimbo,” my journey with the samurai rabbit began in childhood, intertwined with the world of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Over the years, I’ve witnessed the evolution and expansion of this universe, and in this particular one-shot, we’re treated to a perfect blend of classic Usagi elements […]

Action Figure Review: One Piece S.H. Figuarts Roronoa Zoro

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Roronoa Zoro, the iconic green-haired pirate hunter from the beloved anime series “One Piece,” comes to life in this stunning S.H. Figuarts action figure. Bandai Namco has outdone themselves with this latest addition, which I am thrilled to review. A brief history of Zoro: Known for his exceptional swordsmanship and aspiration to become the world’s […]

S.H. Figuarts Sasuke Uchiha Review

By Jason T. Smith Creative Editor Bandai is renowned for its exceptional craftsmanship in producing premium quality figures across a wide range of licensed properties. The S.H.Figuarts line, in particular, stands as a pinnacle in the world of super articulated and intricately detailed action figures. It’s akin to what the Masterpiece series is to Transformers collectors. As a fortunate owner […]

Unnatural Order #1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Vault Comics beckons us into a world beset by darkness in Unnatural Order #1, where the Druid has unleashed a reign of terror that threatens to engulf the land in evil’s unyielding grip. Writer Christopher Yost, artist Val Rodrigues, colorist Dearbhla Kelly, and Andworld Design have conjured a mythic saga that boasts a gratifyingly unexpected […]

Gone #1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor In the dynamic and ever-shifting landscape of comic books, a new publisher has emerged to leave its mark: DSTLRY. With a keen interest in their inaugural offerings, I delved into their latest title, “Gone,” crafted by the amazing Jock, renowned for his chilling “Wytches” saga and his celebrated contributions to the DC Comics universe. “Gone” […]

One Piece S.H. Figuarts Monkey D. Luffy (The Raid on Onigashima) Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor One Piece’s prominence is undeniable. With over a thousand episodes, multiple animated films, and an acclaimed live-action Netflix series, its influence is vast. Now, courtesy of the talented team at Bandai, I present an in-depth look at their latest masterpiece – S.H. Figuarts Monkey D. Luffy from the ‘Raid on Onigashima’ arc. For those unfamiliar […]

Blink-182: One More Time… Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor It was the fall of 2022 when fans of Blink-182 had their collective minds blown. After weeks of speculation and rumors, it was confirmed that original founding member Tom DeLonge was reuniting with his former bandmates Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker. It was surprising, but fans were over the moon with this news and were […]

Godzilla Ultimates (Bloody-Thirsty for Blood Version) Review

By Nolan P SmithEditor First available at San Diego Comic Con, Super7’s Godzilla Ultimates Bloody version is a true collector’s gem. Inspired by its comic representation, it casts a colossal presence in the collector’s world.The packaging is stunning, featuring vibrant comic artwork on a sleek slipcase. Straight away, I was taken aback by its substantial weight, befitting the King of […]

BST AXN Android Krang Box Set Review

By Jason T. SmithCreative Editor I’m no stranger to the Loyal Subjects BST AXN line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures, having collected most of them since they hit store shelves. Hell, I troved my three local Targets daily and hunted down nearly all the Turtles with those snazzy jackets, including the Letterman and windbreaker variants, with nearly being that […]

The Devil Wears My Face #1 Review

By Nolan P Smith  Editor From the rich history of possession and exorcism that has deeply embedded its roots in cultural narratives, “The Devil Wears My Face #1” emerges as a refreshing addition to the genre, especially within the comic book medium. As a practicing Catholic, I’ve long been captivated by the notion of exorcists wielding the power to banish […]

The Exorcist: Believer Review

By Kevin HoskinsonEntertainment Editor THE EXORCIST: BELIEVER isn’t nearly as bad as other critics want you to think it is. Is it the Exorcist sequel we have held our breath for all these years? Not really. But considering nobody asked for a new entry in the franchise, it seems counterproductive to think it was going to be. It’s an exorcism […]

Bandai’s GameDimensions – A Review of Tekken’s Heihachi Mishima Figure

By Nolan P Smith  Editor Today, we’re diving into the ring with Bandai’s latest venture, bringing some much-loved faces from the fighting game world to our shelves. Bandai’s always been that reliable friend, always bringing us wicked, wallet-friendly action figures like those rad Dragon Stars and Anime Heroes. Now, they’re packing a punch with GameDimensions, spotlighting the iconic brawlers from […]

Action Figure Review: Biblical Adventures Power-Con Demon Exclusives

By Nolan P. Smith Editor “You believe that there is one God. You do well. Even the demons believe—and tremble!” -James 2:19 The world of action figures was surprised when D13 Toys unveiled their Biblical Adventures series in a detailed 1/12 scale. The idea of encapsulating biblical narratives in this tangible form is an innovative feat that immediately piqued my […]

Movie Review: Bottoms

By Kevin HoskinsonEntertainment Editor One thing that has fascinated me over the years is watching the evolution of high school comedies. Every generation gets their time to shine in the genre, and they seem to elevate to the next level every time. Being born in the 80s, we got our turn to shine when movies like Can’t Hardly Wait and […]