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CBMB: Captain Marvel Breaks the MCU!

Captain Marvel’s cast wasn’t part of the Marvel presentation today in Hall H, but in a way, this was the most impactful introduction as Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige informed the crowd More »

CBMB: Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok Presents a New Trailer at Comic-Con

A new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok hit the internet tonight showing a bit more of the story for the upcoming Asgardian epic. Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is cast off from Earth after a More »

CBMB: Marvel’s Ant Man and The Wasp Cast Confirmed at Comic-Con

Marvel kicked on its Hall H presentation this evening with a video from stars Paul Rudd (Scott Lang) and Michael Pena (Luis) on the set of the film. None of the stars More »

CBMB: Warner Bros Teases its Upcoming Slate of DC Entertainment Films

At San Diego Comic-Con, DC Entertainment previewed some previously unannounced films in the lead-up to the Justice League panel. Hall H again unfurled a massive room-spanning screen that showed off the DC More »

CBMB: Warner Bros Debuts Comic-Con Exclusive Trailer

Warner Bros is pulling out all the stops at San Diego Comic-Con and gave us a new look at the upcoming Justice League film. The footage promises dark times as Wonder Woman/Diana More »

 

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COMIC REVIEW: Limbo #6 – Molded from Clay

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Dan Watters Arists: Caspar Wijngaard, Jim Campbell $2.99 Image Comics For six months, Dan Watters and Caspar Wijngaard have taken us on a ride through a dreamland of magnetic tape enriched with lizardmen, hyper aggressive action figures, and enough

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 17 – Into the Woods

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 17 - Into the Woods

By Megan Wilde

“Into the Woods” brings us back from the short break with a bang! A lot happens. Jim is the most interesting he’s been in a while, Nygma reveals his true self, Bruce plays Robin Hood, Barbara is awake, and Penguin

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 1 – Monster

TV REVIEW: Fear the Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 1 - Monster

By Megan Wilde

Fear the Walking Dead starts its second season a little slowly, which is par for the course with this show. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but much of “Monster” finds the group at sea on the Abigail, Strand’s yacht,

COMIC REVIEW: Swamp Thing #4 – How to Become Top Cop

COMIC REVIEW: Swamp Thing #4 - How to Become Top Cop

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Len Wein Artists: Kelley Jones, Michelle Madsen, Rob Leigh $2.99 DC Comics This latest issue of Swamp Thing picks up right where the last one left off. Alec Holland has been transformed back into a human by Zatanna, and

COMIC REVIEW: Unfollow #6 – The Man, The Myth, The Miracle

COMIC REVIEW: Unfollow #6 - The Man, The Myth, The Miracle

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Rob Williams Artists: R.M. Guera, Pahek, Giulia Brusco, Clem Robins $3.99 Vertigo Comics After taking a couple of issues to focus on the rest of the 138 returning home, Rob Williams has given us an entire issue dedicated to

TV REVIEW: Agents of SHIELD Season 3, Episode 15 – Spacetime

TV REVIEW: Agents of SHIELD Season 3, Episode 15 - Spacetime

By Jeff Ayers

Once again, things go from bad to worse for Coulson and his team within the course of one episode of Agents of SHIELD, but this time many factors are in play. This would be a poor jumping-on point for anyone

COMIC REVIEW: Justice League: Darkseid War Special #1

COMIC REVIEW: Justice League: Darkseid War Special #1

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Geoff Johns Artists: Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Oscar Jimenez, Paul Pelletier, Tony Kordos, Alex Sinclair, Rob Leigh $3.99 DC Comics After the epic and savage events of Justice League #48, DC fans were promised a one-off issue to continue

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 13 – Hometown Heroes

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 13 - Hometown Heroes

By Megan Wilde

In the Season 5 finale, “Hometown Heroes,” the guys get to play superheroes for a night. It’s a fun gag, but the main draw of the episode is Phoenix Jones, who is the catalyst for the guys’ night of patrolling

COMIC REVIEW: Bloodlines #1 – Oh, D-D-D-Deer!

COMIC REVIEW: Bloodlines #1 - Oh, D-D-D-Deer!

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: J.T. Krul Artists: V. Ken Marion, Sean Parsons, Andrew Dalhouse, Sal Cipriano $2.99 DC Comics When a strange flash of light falls to the sky, transforming an everyday deer into a ferocious monster, you’re left with Bloodlines, a new

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 16 – Last Day on Earth

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 16 - Last Day on Earth

By Megan Wilde

“Last Day on Earth,” the season finale, the big encounter we’ve been building toward, ends up being a disappointment, a cop-out. We do get to see the hinted-at and long-awaited Negan, but the writers leave us hanging on the death

COMIC REVIEW: Saga #35 – A Little Bit of Everything

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artists: Fiona Staples, Fonografiks $2.99 Image Comics Saga is a series that you can really count on to be good, month after month, issue after issue. Having released its 35th issue to date today, that doesn’t

TV REVIEW: Agents of SHIELD: Season 3 Episode 14 – Watchdogs

TV REVIEW: Agents of SHIELD: Season 3 Episode 14 - Watchdogs

By Jeff Ayers

After the emotional goodbye of the previous episode, “Watchdogs” starts by introducing Mack’s brother, and a decidedly “normal” setting. Right off the bat, after Mack turns on the TV, we get our first glimpse of the shady group, named the

COMIC REVIEW: Outcast #17 – Bad Poker Face

COMIC REVIEW: Outcast #17 - Bad Poker Face

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artists: Paul Azaceta, Elizabeth Breitweiser, Rus Wooton $3.99 Image Comics The last couple of issues of Outcast have felt a bit flat. Not much has happened, and certainly almost nothing has been done to further the plot.

COMIC REVIEW: Jacked #5 – One Bad Trip

COMIC REVIEW: Jacked #5 - One Bad Trip

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Eric Kripke Artists: John Higgins, Marc Olivent, Glenn Fabry, Ryan Brown, Clem Robins $3.99 Vertigo Comics Whether your deepest fantasy is to have the powers of Superman, or to wander around in a cave full of breasts, throwing giant