In 1983, Sam Raimi’s cult horror classic, “The Evil Dead” was released. It has gone down as one of the most influential horror films of all time. 30 years later, a remake, “Evil Dead” was released by director Fede Alvarez. Like Raimi, “Evil Dead” serves as the directorial debut of Alvarez. The plot of the [...]
We’ve got two previews for some new books hitting comic book stories January 23rd. Our double preview page features the debut of Young Avengers and the follow-up of sorts to Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe. Young Avengers debuts featuring a new team. The crew includes Wiccan, Hulkling, Hawkeye, Loki, Marvel Boy, and Ms. America. Kieron [...]
If you’ve been keeping up with Scott Snyder’s Twitter page, you know the writer has declared war on horses by abusing his powers as Batman head writer. The scribe has killed a total of three horses in the pages of his Death of the Family arc, and countless others which were probably graciously cut by [...]
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo brought the high heat with Batman #16 released yesterday. The Joker is reaching the conclusion of his deadly game as he lures Batman into his final trap. Assembling all of Batman’s deadliest rogues together to form the court of the Bat King, Joker is finally ready to give Batman the [...]
The writer/artist book seems to have become popular again with the big two publishers. Marvel has enlisted Frank Cho to create a Wolverine book…..which puts Wolverine on the sidelines for most of the issue. If you read Frank Cho’s Dynamite book Jungle Girl, you already have an idea of what to expect here. It takes [...]
Age of Ultron has been years in the making, and this summer the highly anticipated book from Brian Bendis and Bryan Hitch will finally take the Marvel Universe by storm. Marvel unveiled a new preview of the book with a gold foil cover and two pages of massive destruction. The announcement features a paragraph of [...]
Ruby’s thirteen. She sells newspapers for pennies. And she’s got The Green Hornet’s gun. Will Hornet and Kato find Ruby before the mob does…or can THE GREEN GUN GIRL save herself? The original Green Hornet in a super special tale from writer Nate Cosby (Cow Boy)! The Green Hornet Year One Special is written by [...]
This series, a collision of comedy, sex, and violence, follows the misadventures of America’s most dysfunctional family as they go head-to-severed head with an Oprah-loving ax murderer, a cult-crazy soap opera star, and a neo-Nazi prison gang. First issue: Todd wants desperately to make friends, but every kid he approaches winds up decapitated. Or worse. [...]
Writer John Layman (Chew) and artist Jason Fabok continue their awesome penguin story, however Joker isn’t making things better for Ol’ Bats. Check out the preview pages below! Preview pages: Batman Detective Comics #16 Story by: John Layman Artwork by: Jason Fabok Batman is forced to cut a deal with the Penguin, one that will come back [...]
I just received, and in the same day finished reading, one of Bill Willinghams newest Fable stories, an off shoot if you will. Before I delve into the delight I took in reading this story, much as I do with every Fables book, I must say I was extremely happy to see my personal favorite [...]
It’s becoming apparent that Riley Rossmo (Proof, Rebel Blood) is becoming synonymous with the art genre of horror and with his newly begun collaboration with writer Nick Spenser (Morning Glories) in their newest work “Bedlam” its even more evident than ever. “Bedlam” takes place in a city that bears the same name. Bedlam has been [...]
Bloodshot #5 in full assault mode, lays a revenge tale that have no mercy and takes no prisoners. Built as a one man weapon, infused with nanites that grants him speed and strength, he was imbued with artificial memories to be under control and to kill whoever they want at will. Luckily for him, rogue [...]
It has been quite the weak year for animated features. Brave didn’t please audiences as much as other Pixar films, and the stupid Madagascar films continued to bore adults. But then comes along Wreck-It Ralph, a movie in the vein of Shrek, where the adult and child love the movie. Ralph is a very simple movie at heart, but [...]
Author Brent Weeks has delivered yet again another novel that was almost impossible put down until the finish. Book two of his Lightbringer series, the Blinding Knife finds us returning only a few days after the last pages of the Black Prism. Following back up with Kip, the Prism, Iron Fist, Karris, and introduced [...]
If you’re a fan of Kevin Smith then you’re almost assuredly set to enjoy this two disc DVD that tells of the exploits of Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith) as they get older in their appropriately named live podcast Jay and Silent Bob Get old. Oddly enough this time around it is [...]
Yes, you read that correctly. No, you aren’t in a coma. Anthony Bourdain really has written a graphic novel! Celebrity chef and host of a highly watchable mildly disrespectful travel show, the bold, divisive Anthony Bourdain can now add another epithet to his resume: graphic novelist.
Hell On Wheels is the newest AMC drama in the form of a western, starring Anson Mount, Common, Dominique McElligott, Colm Meaney, Christopher Heyerdahl and Tom Noonan, and now I’ve decided to watch it and do a review for the first season in general. In 1865, a former Confederate soldier, Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) journeys [...]
It’s dog-eat-dog out there. And dog-eat-man. A mysterious infection has turned the whole world into a free-for-all feeding frenzy overnight and the forest is alive with infected animals and people out for your blood. They’re after you and they’re hungry! If only they weren’t walking. If only they weren’t dead! Baby zombie! Now that I [...]
Lets talk about The Li’l Depressed Boy Vol. #0 "LONELY HEART BLUES".
When the live action movie came out, I lost hope of Avatar ever returning. The movie was so horrible and so damaging to the reputation of the initial television series that I feared I would never see any of my beloved characters ever again. That was until I got a sneak peek at the Avatar: The Last Airbender comic book.
The Hardcore Review: It Should Have Been Called, Tucker & Dale Vs College Douchebags But In A Good Way
There are few things in this world that entertain and inform. And even fewer things that entertain like this flick. Believe the hype about it cause, Tucker & Dale vs Evil IS the epitome of cool horror.
In the latest one shot installment of Paul Dini‘s series about Santa’s rebellious teenage daughter, her old Uncle Krampus, the imp who punishes the naughty children has become disillusioned with how Claus is running “the game” now. Apparently, all the little children of the world, who are no doubt all white just as this book [...]
I continue to heavily read the New 52 from DC Comics. These titles are making me so excited to be reading comics right now. The industry is making leaps and bounds with the last few years of books, creators and characters. For the first time in as long as I can remember, and probably ever, [...]
Last night was the one hour “premiere event” for Green Lantern: The Animated Series – a new show on Cartoon Network, part of their upcoming “DC NATION” block. This sneak peak event was the first two episodes, edited together to form a one hour “movie” type show. So did the premiere lived up to all the fuzz? Find out here!
What happens when Val Victory encounters “Star Wars Art: Comics” in a nearby retailer? A book that features art from the likes of great artist as: Adam Hughes, Amanda Conner, Bill Sienkiewicz, Joe Kubert, Tim Sale, Sam Keith, John Cassady, Hiromoto –Sin-Ichi, J.H. Williams III, etc. etc. Find out after the jump!