Pictures speak a thousand words especially in comics and that is exactly why Dynamite’s new Crackdown series fails to impart the feeling and energy that it should.
James Bond 007 #3 is set to release on January 30th, 2019. The issue pits Greg Pak on the writing, teamed up with Marc Laming on art. As it is with the rest of the series, the issue is being published by Dynamite. Dynamite has been releasing various James Bond oriented miniseries and […]
It is true that sometimes you never miss something until it is gone. My local comic book store closed a few years ago and although there were rumours it would reopen at a different location, it never did. Growing up and living in Toronto, I have been fortunate in the […]
One of the biggest blockbusters of the holiday season now has an ultimate guide to its Ultimate Universe.
Look out Marvel and DC. Shonen Jump has the jump on you.
When we used to run around the backyard playing superheroes as a kid, I was always one of the bad guys. Mostly, I was Lex Luthor or The Joker because I always found being a villain was much more fun and someone always had to be Superman or Batman. While they may have had superior strength and fighting skills, I had my gadgets and my brain.
Staying in this All Hallows’ Eve? As you sit by the fireplace nothing would make the sound of snubbing those irritating trick or treaters more satisfying than relaxing with a bottle of wine and a good book, a comic book, that is. Here are some of this year’s terrifying tomes that are hitting comic books stores just in time for Halloween.
Stupid. It is a very simple word that means so very much and sometimes it just says it all.
X-Men Black : Mojo #1 is stupid.
I may be dating myself here but when I was a kid comic book adaptations of feature films like Star Wars, Indiana Jones did really well simply because there were no streaming services, there were no VHS tapes or DVDs. Once a movie left the theatre, you had to wait a year or even more before a television network bought the rights and aired those films.
My first real exposure to the Red Sonja character was the 1985 movie starring Brigitte Nielsen as the battling barbarian. To those who are late to the party, female-led superhero films and TV shows started long before the current Marvel, DC franchises. Red Sonja, Tank Girl, Barb Wire and even television shows like the Bionic Woman, Wonder Woman and The Secrets of Isis headline a legacy that goes all the way back to the seventies.