Comic Book Review: Canto III: Lionhearted #1

By Nolan P Smith Editor When Canto first hit shelves, I knew it was something special. The story of a clockwork slave knight without a name or heart was an instant hit for IDW, spawning a sequel series- The Hollow Men. But the story isn’t over yet, as a third part is here with Canto III: Lionhearted. From David M. […]

Comic Book Review: Bountiful Garden #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Being stranded in space has to be one of the most terrifying thoughts one could imagine. No way to call home, no idea what surrounds you or inhabits the strange planets you see. That’s what happens in Bountiful Garden #1, the latest book from Mad Cave, which hits stores this September. From Ivy Noelle Weir, […]

Graphic Novel Review: Djeliya

By Nolan P. Smith Editor in Chief I will go ahead and lead with something I have said repeatedly: you can tell any story in the comic book medium. Anything. From superheroes to horror, romance to daring rescues, biopics to PSA’s. With TKO Studios’ latest graphic novel Djeliya, we dive into West African lore with monsters, mayhem, and destiny. From […]

The Philosophy of Venom Review

By Craig Timchak The Philosophy of Venom, a collection of writings and images from around the globe and throughout the years.  What I would define as the perfect summarization of Eddie Brock and his Symbiote over the last 23 years since the dynamic duo was released upon the world by Todd McFarlane and David Michelinie. With the current conclusion of […]

A Graphic Novel Review: Scales & Scoundrels Book 2: The Festival of Life

By Rebecca Benson TKO Studios has offered comic book readers a beautifully crafted continuation of Luvander’s journey. A journey that brings forth danger, heartache, hope, self-discovery, and friendship. Oh, and let’s not leave out dragons! Scales & Scoundrels flows from Book One to Two incredibly well. With much goings-on but I will try my best to recap without giving away […]

Comic Book Review: Redshift #1

By Daniel Schwartz I am a massive sci-fi and space fan. When I saw the latest offering from Scout Comics with a Martian farmer holding a chicken on the planet’s surface on the cover, I knew I had to check it out. And I will tell you; I am really glad that I did. Warning: Spoilers Below! Redshift tells the […]

Comic Book Review: Captain Marvel V2. #3

By Jeremiah Gagnon For this review, I check out Captain Marvel V2. #3 from IDW.  Our story begins with Carol Danvers A.K.A Captain Marvel waking up in her apartment. She gets up, feeds Chewy her Flerken, and meets Jessica Drew A.K.A Spider-Woman for breakfast only for their conversation to be interrupted by a small group of street thugs attempting to rob a shop. The two heroines […]

Movie Review: A Quiet Place-Part II

By Rebecca Benson I was so excited to learn that there would be a part 2 to the already phenomenal first installment of John Krasinski’s film “A Quiet Place.” I have to admit; I was a little slow to watch the first movie. Choosing instead to catch it in my solitude at home. And let me tell you, I wish […]

Movie Review: The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

By Kevin Hoskinson In the latest entry of The Conjuring universe, the Warrens take on their most diabolical case yet. The film takes on the famous “Devil made me do it” case, the first known United States court trial where the defense used demonic possession to prove their client’s innocence. According to records, 11-year old David Glatzel was supposedly possessed […]

Army Of The Dead Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor After playing within the confines of the DC universe of films, director Zack Snyder is back with his first original film in years. With the Netflix original film Army Of The Dead, he returns to the zombie genre that launched his film career so many years ago. His first movie was a remake of George […]

Graphic Novel Review: The Down River People

By Rebecca Benson Heartache, grief, and the macabre arise from the depths in this Southern “tale of woe.” From the creative team of Writer Adam Smith and Artist Matthew Fox and Letterer Mike Fiorentino, Archaia introduces us to “Down River People.” Still reeling from an unfortunate turn of events, Myers takes up the burden to keep his family legacy by […]

Action Figure Review: Mafex Hush Superman

By Jason T. Smith Creative Editor Look! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s the Mafex Superman!     Mafex, the company known for its impressive super-articulated action figures, has done it again. While they’ve never disappointed, especially with their DC Comics characters, their Batman: Hush series takes it to the next level with their latest release, Superman! This comic-accurate Kryptonian […]

“Who You Gonna Call?” – Lego Ecto-1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Ghostbusters! It’s a franchise that has captured the imagination for decades and shows no signs of going away. It’s nostalgic for many and new for some. Even if you haven’t watched the 80’s films, odds are you have gotten the theme song stuck in your head at some point or recognize the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man […]

Comic Book Review: Murder Hobo! Chaotic Neutral

By Jeremiah Gagnon Today I take a look at Murder Hobo! Chaotic Neutral from Scout Comics. The story starts out with Spectra Liaison arriving at a village. When she attempts to speak with the villagers, all they say is nonsense. Unsure as to why this is happening, she goes into town trying to find the inn. A floating creature with a head […]

BRZRKR #2 Review: Savior of the Valley

By Daniel Schwartz There has been a lot of excitement and speculation about this title. After all, it is a comic book co-written by A-List action star Keanu Reeves. Not only is he a co-writer, but the main character is drawn in his likeness as if he is starring as the main character in the series himself!  If you would […]

Xencelabs Pen Tablet Medium Review: Art Attack

By Nolan P. Smith and Jason T. Smith It’s exciting when a new company bursts onto the scene with something simply amazing. Meet Xencelabs and their entry into the drawing tablet market with their Pen Tablet Medium. How does this new entry into the world of art and graphic design do in its first public release? Our Creative Director Jason […]

Movie Review: Mortal Kombat

By Kevin Hoskinson There is something about video game adaptations that don’t quite click. Most of the time, they are a mixed bag, filled with forced fan service, cringe dialogue, and horrible editing. Despite all those things, they tend to be entertaining and tolerable enough to kill some time. Even though most of them are fine, fans and critics alike […]