Graphic Novel Review: Czarface- A Czar is Born

By Nolan P Smith Editor The supergroup Czarface has been taking over hip hop for years now. Comprised of 7L, Estoeric, and Inspectah Deck of the infamous Wu-Tang Clan, Czarface has taken on a life of its own. Thanks to Z2 Comics, we can now deep dive into the backstory of the metal-headed hero with Czarface: a Czar is Born. […]

Comic Book Review: The Tiger’s Tongue #1

By Nolan P. Smith Editor Mad Cave Studios once again brings the world a comic of wonderment and action with The Tiger’s Tongue. A story of mysticism and destiny, the book takes you deep into a world you want to keep diving into.  From Olivia Stephens, Diansakhu Banton-Perry, Bex Glendining, and Joamette Gil, The Tiger’s Tongue is about a young warrior […]

Action Figure Review: Thundercats Ultimates-Snowman of Hook Mountain

By Jason T Smith Creative Editor Top-of-the-line premium Thundercats figures are nothing new to toy giant Super7 with their wildly popular Thundercats Ultimates line, and the Snowman of Hook Mountain does not disappoint. Snowman is the Abominable Snowman that eventually becomes an ally to Lion-O in the 1980’s television series, which I watched religiously. I was stoked when this guy […]

Review: Gunslinger Spawn – The Journey So Far

By Craig Timchak With the introduction of the “Year of Spawn,” the Spawn Universe grew heavily between the record-breaking issue count of Spawn along with the addition of King Spawn, Scorched, and Gunslinger Spawn. Each series has its strengths and pieces of the puzzle to contribute to the whole. Gunslinger Spawn is written by Todd McFarlane with artwork throughout the […]

Animal Warriors of the Kingdom Benghus Kahn Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor The Animal Warriors of the Kingdom line from Spero Toys have been fantastic. Their anamorphic warriors in 3 3/4 scale add depth to anyone’s 1/18th scale collection. With their deluxe line of figures, they created larger, more imposing characters to tower over the regular lineup. I am checking out the notorious Benghus Kahn today, diving […]

Madballs Horn Head Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor Editor Madballs were all the rage when I was a kid. The disgusting squishy balls that struck a balance between putrid and perfect were a hit. Now, in 2022, the Madballs have returned as action figures thanks to the new toy company Premium DNA Toys, and I am doing my first ever Madballs review on […]

ThreeZero Transformers MDLX Bumblebee Review

By Jason T. Smith Creative Editor ThreeZero is known for their premium quality non-transforming Transformers figures, and their latest is their best one yet. That one being the new Transformers MDLX Bumblebee, a smaller-scale figure that packs a masterpiece punch! Standing at almost 5 inches tall, this guy has the same caliber paint job you would find on the larger […]

The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Nicolas Cage has portrayed a wide array of characters over his illustrious career. He’s played the teenage heartthrob in Valley Girl, an incompetent bank robber in Raising Arizona, an FBI chemical warfare expert in The Rock, and a convict trying to get home to his wife and daughter in Con Air. In what might very […]

Everything Everywhere All At Once Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor It’s so hard to pin down a movie like Everything Everywhere All At Once. Being one of those movies that are hard to describe and oversell at the same time, it manages to draw from so many different influences but still feels completely unique. Filmmakers Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (collectively known as Daniels) have […]

Fighting Armor Deadpool Review

By Jason T. SmithCreative Editor Fighting Armor Deadpool. Those three words alone are enough to get me to buy an action figure without even seeing it. It just sounds so badass, especially if you’re a Deadpool fan. Thanks to the good folks over at Bluefin/Bandai, I did see it and touch it. They were kind enough to grace us with […]

Action Figure Review: Sgt. Slaughter

By Nolan P Smith Editor One of my favorite characters to come out of the G.I. Joe universe is the man himself, Sgt Slaughter. Not to mention, he is one of the most remarkable characters to hit the squared circle of professional wrestling. Thanks to new company Valvaverse and their new Action Force line, the legend lives on as Sgt […]

Moon Knight Episode 1 Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor If you ask me who my favorite superheroes are, Moon Knight is always on the list. I have been a fan of the character since I was a kid, so to see this series become a reality has blown me away. But, in my opinion, Disney doesn’t always hit a home run with their series, […]

WWE 2K22 Review

By Nolan P. Smith Editor I am a huge fan of professional wrestling games: from No Mercy and Wrestle Fest to the Smackdown series and more, I have been a fan of all, even if some of the games weren’t the best. With WWE 2K22, 2K takes the squared circle to new heights, with new modes, a robust roster, and […]

Video Game Review: 35MM

By Nolan P. Smith  Editor I love indie games, so I was excited to dive into the world of 35MM from Sometimes You. Atmospheric, brooding, and mysterious, this little game will pull you in before you know it.  So what is it about? 35MM is a post-apocalyptic slow burn adventure that takes you and your friend through a land torn […]

Cyberpunk 2077 (PS5) Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor When Cyberpunk 2077 first launched on past gen consoles in 2020, it was met with an array of negativity. Glitches throughout the game made it almost unplayable. This was CD Projekt Red’s biggest launch since The Witcher and was highly anticipated, so it was a massive blow when the initial launch tanked. Gamers were beyond […]

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Originally a play in two parts, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child has been reimagined as an epic one-night event at The Curran Theater in beautiful San Francisco, California. As somebody who never experienced the full show, it’s hard to imagine what was cut because this felt like the complete package. Coming in at 3 […]

Rogue Sun #1 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon My initial thoughts after seeing the cover are that the costume looks like a cross between Iron Man, Batman, and The Human Torch, with a touch of The Mandalorian. At the very start, we see Rogue Sun beating the snot out of a hooded figure in the city of New Orleans. Rogue Sun sends the mystery figure flying into a building […]

Studio 666 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Before I get into it, I want to say a couple of things up front. The most important thing is that I absolutely adore the Foo Fighters. For those of you (somehow)  unfamiliar, let’s quickly get up to speed. With the tragic passing of Kurt Cobain, the band Nirvana was no more, and drummer Dave […]

Music Racer Ultimate Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor I had never heard of Music Racer Ultimate, but it looked and sounded like it was worth a try. I fired up the PS5 and jumped into the driver’s seat, but it wasn’t quite what I expected. It won’t be for everyone with less racer and more dynamic rhythm, but it doesn’t have to be.  […]

The Batman Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Directed by Matt Reeves, The Batman is a detective neo-noir story that plays by familiar rules. The film follows Batman as he tracks down a sadistic killer known as The Riddler. In typical fashion, he leaves riddles and clues around the crime scenes, and it’s up to Batman, with the help of police lieutenant Jim […]

LEGO Home Alone Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor It’s a Christmas classic, and now you can play out your favorite moments when you bring home the Home Alone set from LEGO. This 3,995 piece set is a joy to put together and will fill you with cheer as you assemble the iconic house where Kevin McCallister took down The Wet Bandits for the […]

Magic the Gathering #11 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon We open with the scene of the aftermath of a battle three months after it finished. The destruction scene is massive. We follow Chandra Nalaar, The Firebrand; she is a planeswalker not known for her excellent sense; as she explores what remains of The Battle of Amonkhet. As she explores the ruins and wanders about the great war machines, she hears the […]

Elex II Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor I recently got a PlayStation 5, so I have been looking for solid games to check out. Elex II has been on my radar, so I decided to jump in and give it a shot. ELEX II is the sequel to ELEX, the open-world role-playing experience from Piranha Bytes. Back to the war-torn sci-fi world […]