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Review: Cold War #1

Having written or drawn nearly every Superhero in the comic books, few people in the industry have a career as noted as John Byrne. Recently he has been partnering up with IDW Publishing on various projects, with his latest creation being the Espionage/Thriller Cold War. Cold War, both written and drawn by Byrne, follows the […]

Review: Justice League Dark #1

The single thing I was most excited about with DC Comics’ New 52 initiative was the way that Vertigo was clearly bleeding into the DC Universe. With the inclusion of Swamp Thing and John Constantine into the DC Universe, the publisher declared that all the things that go bump in the night were going to […]

Review: Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E.

Regardless how you feel about DC Comics’ relaunch, it must be conceded that they are attempting to expand their scope. While their Vertigo imprint has always pushed the boundaries with comics like V for Vendetta and Transmetropolitan, DC Comics proper usually stuck to the mainstream. With this relaunch we’re seeing a lot of comics coming […]

Review: Batwing #1

I want to preface everything I’m about to say in this review with a simple statement: I always have and always will love Batman. Okay, lets get to it. Batman is easily DC Comics’ Wolverine. Both have been criminally over used to the point that they have become a comic book meme. The biggest and […]

Review: Dead Island

Zombies have been the in thing for awhile now and will continue to be till someone writes a teen novel about a misunderstood girl that falls in love with an equally misunderstood sparkling zombie. We find them in our comics, our movies, and even in our music. Of course with the shambling undead infiltrating every […]

Review: The Hangover 2

When The Hangover was released in 2009 it quickly became a sort of phenomenon. No one wanted to be the person in the office that didn’t get the joke, so soon the word of mouth made it a smash hit despite having a cast of relative unknowns. The writing was on point with jokes that […]

Review: Nicole Atkins – Mondo Amore

Nicole Atkins isn’t typical when compared to many other female performers. Dressed like a bohemian princess, her musical stylings are more likely to find influence from Jim Morrison than Whitney Houston. A potent combination of classic songwriter, powerful vocalist and sultry beauty, Nicole Atkins is free of Columbia records and ready to attack your senses […]

Diesel #1 Review

You may know Tyson Hesse as the creator behind the amazing webcomic Boxer Hockey. If you don’t, well, shame on you. Take a few moments to go check out a hilarious and beautiful free comic. While Boxer Hockey may be Mr. Hesse’s claim to fame, he has been hard at work on another project. Diesel is […]