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Superman Action Comics Rebirth: Men of Steel (Comic) Review

Superman Action Comics Rebirth: Men of Steel (Comic) Review

The two names are synonymous with ultimate hero and vilest villain, right up there with Batman and the Joker, the Fantastic Four and Doctor Doom or Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader.Superman...
All Star Batman Rebirth: My Own Worst Enemy Comic Review

All Star Batman Rebirth: My Own Worst Enemy Comic Review

Scott Snyder’s face could, debatably, be on the Mount Rushmore of Batman writers. His initial work in DC’s New 52 re-launch of Batman titles has become that of legend. Court of...
Batman Rebirth Annual #1 (Comic) Review

Batman Rebirth Annual #1 (Comic) Review

At the tail end of last year, DC Comics conjured up five short tales from one Dark Knight in Batman Rebirth Annual #1. As crime never sleeps, so too goes with...
Kong of Skull Island (Comic) Review

Kong of Skull Island (Comic) Review

I have a soft spot for King Kong. It originated with the 1976 remake starring Jeff Bridges and Jessica Lange, a movie that existed many decades after King Kong originated on...
Batman Rebirth: Night of the Monster Men (Comic) Review 5

Batman Rebirth: Night of the Monster Men (Comic) Review

Running six issues across Batman #7-8, Nightwing#5-6, and Detective Comics #941-942, Batman and his band of crime fighters are presented with a unique and horrifying array of villains. The mini-series is...
Red Hood and the Outlaws Rebirth #1 (Comic) Review

Red Hood and the Outlaws Rebirth #1 (Comic) Review

Jason Todd has a fascinating history with DC Comics. He started out as Batman’s boy wonder, the second Robin after Dick Grayson broke up the band to become the solo crime...
Superman Rebirth Annual #1 (Comic) Review

Superman Rebirth Annual #1 (Comic) Review

Swamp Thing is one of the best lesser known characters in the DC Universe.His origins stem back to 1971 and a little known comic titled House of Secrets. In issue #92,...
Lando #1-5 (Comic) Review 1

Lando #1-5 (Comic) Review

The Force has awoken with Marvel Comics.This weekend, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was released in theatres and blew the collective minds of Star Wars fans the world over. With...
Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #1 (Comic) Review

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #1 (Comic) Review

Star Wars now has its own Indiana Jones. It comes in the form of a young female inter-galactic archeologist named Doctor Aphra. Dr. Aphra is one of the biggest surprise successes to come...
Darth Vader #1-25 (Comic) Review 1

Darth Vader #1-25 (Comic) Review

In late 2012, The Walt Disney Company purchased all things Lucasfilm. As a result, Star Wars comics moved from its cozy home at Dark Horse Comics over to Marvel. The move...
Han Solo #1-5 (Comic) Review 1

Han Solo #1-5 (Comic) Review

Han Solo—Captain of the Millennium Falcon.He is one of the most revered characters in the Star Wars universe, so it is no surprise that Han would be given his own solo...
The Ever-Expanding Universe of Star Wars Comics

The Ever Expanding Universe of Star Wars Comics

The Force is strong with Marvel Comics.When Disney acquired Lucasfilm and all things Star Wars in late 2012, it was simple mathematics that the new powers-that-be would move Star Wars comics...

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Sega Releases Free Classic Titles With Sega Forever

Sega is revitalizing their classic titles with the announcement of the new Sega Forever collection.Starting tomorrow, Sega announced that the company will be bringing...