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STAR WARS NEWS: Lucasfilm Announces the Title of Han Solo Film

Lucasfilm trotted out Oscar-winning director Ron Howard today on Twitter to announce the completion of principal photography on the Han Solo origin film, but snuck in an official title while they were More »

CBMB: Marvel Debuts a New Black Panther Trailer!

Marvel’s Black Panther is the studio’s first foray into the expansive history of the Black Panther character as well as the people of Wakanda. Chadwick Boseman stars as T’Challa, the newly crowned More »

STAR WARS NEWS: The Final ‘The Last Jedi’ Trailer Hits!

Star Wars: The Last Jedi premiered its final trailer ahead of the December release during ESPN’s Monday Night Football. The film will tell the story of Rey’s (Daisy Ridley) development into a More »

CBMB: Venom Ensnares More Talented Actors

4-time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams is reportedly circling a role in the upcoming Spider-Man spin-off movie Venom for Sony Pictures. According to a report from Variety, Williams is currently in negotiations with More »

CBTVB: Marvel Releases Full Trailer for Netflix’s The Punisher

Jon Bernthal stars in Marvel’s The Punisher, a part of the Defenders series on Netflix, as he reprises his violent vigilante from Daredevil season 2. Frank Castle is a tortured soul who More »

 

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TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 21 – A Legion of Horribles

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 21 - A Legion of Horribles

By Megan Wilde

“A Legion of Horribles” certainly lives up to its name. There are a lot of horribles in this episode: Nygma! Firefly! Strange! Clayface! And Fish is back, bitch! This is a fun episode, if you don’t take it too seriously

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 6 – Sicut Cervus

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 6 - Sicut Cervus

By Megan Wilde

Things are getting a little weird on Fear the Walking Dead. In “Sicut Cervus,” whose title comes from the Latin for Psalm 42, the group finds the villa Victor Strand was talking about, the safe place, but it holds some

COMIC REVIEW: Aether and Empire #2 – The Status Quo

COMIC REVIEW: Aether and Empire #2 - The Status Quo

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Mike Horan Pencils and Inks: Bong Ty Dazo Colors and Cover: Tim Yates $3.99 Blue Juice Comics Issue 2 of Aether and Empire sets the reader right back down in late 1800’s Britain, complete with cockney accents and regal

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 5 – Captive

By Megan Wilde

“Captive” is an odd episode; in some ways, it’s frustrating, and in others it’s satisfying. Some things don’t make sense, but it’s good to see Alicia and Daniel being fairly competent. If only that extended to Chris! Alas, that most

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 20 – Unleashed

By Megan Wilde

This week, Gotham gets back to form with an episode that has lots going on and lots of action — and also more than the usual amount of meta, which I for one appreciate. “Unleashed” finds Azrael, well, unleashed, Bruce

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 19 – Azrael

By Megan Wilde

The episode name, “Azrael,” doesn’t lie — we see a lot of the character in this episode. It gives us his origin, and also a decent amount of him in action. It doesn’t really move the larger plot forward a

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 4 – Blood In the Streets

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 4 - Blood In the Streets

By Megan Wilde

There’s a lot to discuss with this episode. “Blood in the Streets” is a departure from the usual formula of this show. It’s a very solid episode that features flashbacks and playing with time a little so that you aren’t

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 3 – Ouroboros

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 3 - Ouroboros

By Megan Wilde

This week, we find out the fate of some of the survivors of Flight 462, the series of shorts on AMC that dealt with one of the last flights out of LA before everything shut down, and the group aboard

COMIC REVIEW: Clean Room #7 – Torn Away

COMIC REVIEW: Clean Room #7 - Torn Away

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Gail Simone Artists: Jon Davis-Hunt, Quinton Winter, Todd Klein, Jenny Frison $3.99 Vertigo Comics Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of sitting with Clean Room’s artist, Jon Davis-Hunt. During our chat, he assured me that fans of the

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 2 – We All Fall Down

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 2 - We All Fall Down

By Megan Wilde

Fear the Walking Dead is a very different show from The Walking Dead, obviously. It takes a much slower pace with things — which is not necessarily a bad thing. The slower pace helps us to experience the uncertainty of

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 18 – Pinewood

By Megan Wilde

Gotham episode 18 entitled “Pinewood” is an interesting one, for many reasons. It gives us some more information — not all good — about the Waynes; it shows us a new Barbara Kean; it introduces an interesting new character, only to

ADVANCE COMIC REVIEW: Gutter Magic #4 – The End

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Rich Douek Artists: Brett Barkley, Jules Rivera, Nic Shaw $3.99 IDW Publishing If you’ve been following along in my reviews of Gutter Magic, you will have no doubt read my expressed fear of this series running into a rushed

TV REVIEW: Agents of SHIELD Season 3 Ep. 16 – Paradise Lost

By Jeff Ayers

With the wealth of the Marvel comic universe at the fingertips of the movies and TV shows, it is always a treat when we go back in time and get to see characters and events transpire. This entire season of

COMIC REVIEW: Moon Knight 1 – Welcome to New Egypt

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Greg Smallwood Color Artist: Jordie Bellaire $4.99 Marvel Comics Moon Knight has never been one of my favorite characters. He one of those Marvel characters that exists on the fringe, sometimes teaming up with the A-listers,