Books and Comic Books

Books and Comic Books

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #7

Red Hood, the disgraced son in the Batman Family, now has his own team and a fresh start. But, is his team (consisting of...

Review: Justice League/Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #2

By: Andrew Fontana When this crossover was announced I thought it was the most ridiculous thing in the world. Pop culture is saturated with nostalgia....

Review: Optimus Prime #3

The plot continues! The past of Optimus Prime and the mistrust of authority leads to similar conundrums, as Optimus Prime tries to assert his...

Review: Transformers: Lost Light #2

The issue shifts focus onto a parallel world, one where a group known as the Functionists are in charge of Cybertron. I was never one...

Review: Nightwing #14

By: Andrew Fontana After the underwhelming events of the previous issue, Nightwing #14 is a satisfying conclusion to  "Bludhaven" that puts character development ahead of...

Riverdale Series Premiere “Chapter One: The River’s Edge” – Could This Be the First...

The Riverdale Series Premiere "Chapter One: The River's Edge" Shows This Could Be the First Hit Show of 2017 Even if you've never read an...

Review: Kamandi Challenge #1

In comics, there are two creators that truly stand above all others. Those creators are Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. This isn't because these two...

Review: Doom Patrol #4

Written by Andrew Fontana In Doom Patrol #4, all the various moving parts of Gerard Way's strange menagerie begin to coalesce into something resembling a...

Review: Revolutionaries #1

By: Michael S. Dworkis This is going to be a fascinating series. We have characters from some properties involved in The Revolution Arc, starting with...

Review: G.I. Joe #1 (2017)

The first issue in this new post-Revolution universe, being called Reconstruction sees the Joe team off in a fight, against some mutated ninjas. At...