Batman #29 Review

Batman #29 Review

Writer: Tom King / Artist: Mikel Janín / DC Comics t’s official, the Riddler, Joker and Bruce Wayne are all representatives of varying degrees of insanity. Until…

Batman #28 Review

Batman #28 Review

Writer: Tom King / Artist: Mikel Janín / DC Comics irst and foremost, woah. That five-day battle between Deadshot and Deathstroke is something for the…

Captain America: Sam Wilson #24 Review

Captain America: Sam Wilson #24 Review

Writer: Nick Spencer/ Artist: Joe Bennett/ Marvel Comics here’s been a lot of talk surrounding the past, present, and future of Sam Wilson and his…

Batman #27 Review

Batman #27 Review

Writer: Tom King / Artist: Clay Mann / DC Comics om King has a clear obsession with Kite Man. If you would’ve told me that…

Sam Wilson as Captain America: Short Lived, Memorable Greatness

Sam Wilson as Captain America: Short Lived, Memorable Greatness

am Wilson being promoted to Captain America will likely be one of my favorite things to ever happen in comics. With that, I’d like to…

‘Death Note’ Trailer Drops and We’re Not Sure How To Feel

‘Death Note’ Trailer Drops and We’re Not Sure How To Feel

t may not be fair, but viewers know better than to get excited for a live-adaptations of anime series by now. Look no further than Ghost…

Believe Me When I Say, ‘Baby Driver’ Will Be The Next Big Cult Classic

Believe Me When I Say, ‘Baby Driver’ Will Be The Next Big Cult Classic

he reviews for Baby Driver have been incredible. In fact, they were so incredible that I was wholly expecting it to fall short when I got…