Fisher-Price Ted Lasso Little People Review

By Kevin HoskinsonEntertainment Editor One of my earliest childhood memories was playing with toys. Being a child of the ’80s, playing with He-Man, G.I. Joe and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was part of everyday life. Although those were the most formative years of my life, the other toys I remember playing with were before those, and they were manufactured by […]

The Resort Series Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Dealing with grief isn’t a new idea, but when presented to us it feels new again. I would propose that the reason for that is because everybody deals with it differently. Therefore, every time we see it, it’s something we haven’t experienced yet. It makes for good drama but can also bring about the most […]

Minor Threats #1 Review

By Nolan P SmithEditor The life of a supervillain isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be. Sure, there are the arch nemesis who strike fear in the hearts of our favorite protagonists. But then there are these guys: minor threats to a world filled with superheroes. That’s the gist of Minor Threats #1, a brand new look at supervillains […]

Bloodshot Unleashed #1 Review

By Nolan P Smith Editor Bloodshot has been one of Valiant Comics’ heavy hitters since the classic days of the company. The pale gunman has been on both sides of the law, the unkillable human weapon with nanotechnology in his blood. With Bloodshot Unleashed, we get a mature readers’ book that puts Bloodshot on a collision course with more man-made […]

The Last Comic Book On The Left Vol. 1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Since 2011, The Last Podcast On The Left has thrilled and surprised listeners with their unique takes on the paranormal, supernatural, true crime stories, and historical events. Hosts Ben Kissel, Marcus Parks, and Henry Zebrowski take on their subjects with unmatched sincerity and a sense of humor like no other. They have covered topics such […]

Series Review- The Sandman

By Nolan P Smith Editor When you think of the greatest comic book series of all time, The Sandman is usually in at least the top 5. Neil Gaiman’s masterpiece of creating his own mythological pantheon while being a love letter to superheroes and the fragility of humanity. Reprinted and championed as one of the best in the art form […]

Movie Review: NOPE

By Kevin Hoskinson Entertainment Editor Over the years, Jordan Peele has successfully shed his funnyman image and has proven he is a filmmaker to be reckoned with. Whether it’s his powerful debut Get Out or his sophomore effort Us, he takes on society as a whole and shines a light on the real monsters in the world. Like all good […]

Action Figure Review: Toxic Crusader-Red Rage Toxie

By Nolan P Smith Editor Of the vast licenses that Super7 has, one of the most interesting has to be the Toxic Crusaders. Inspired by the violent Toxic Avenger film, Toxic Crusaders was a kid-friendly animated series that was more about environmental awareness than gore. The protagonist is Toxie, a loveable misfit with an unsightly appearance. Super7 has released a […]

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 […]