"Doomsday Clock", the latest DC event in the Rebirth era, begins to shine a light on one of the mysteries of the DCU. Who Watches The Watchmen?
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The Orville crew takes on a planet with 21st Century tech whose society is American Idol on steroids. And you thought the Heathers were snooty.....
The wait is finally over; the kids of South Park have returned in Fractured But Whole for a whole new super adventure with the New Kid!
Word of the Nerd's newest writer, Chris McAuley reviews the first issue of The Wildcard Chronicles from indie publisher Burning Spear Comix.
A great Atom story! Justice League of America is definitely a solid book with great art.
Ninjak is a rare character who has no shortage of stories he can adapt to. Would you like a fun superhero tale? We have Ninjak holding his own with a team.
This week on Dark Matter, the crew of the Raza visits Zairon and their old comrade Ryo Ishida, where they hope to save Two from his clutches.
Director Luc Beeson attempts to bring the epic comic of Valerian and Laureline to the big screen, however, the adaptation is devoid of all life and interest
The Marvel Cinematic Universe's iteration of Spider-Man is filled with adrenaline and laughs. It's the perfect fit for the MCU.
Wonder Woman may be the most important superhero film to have ever come out, and it earns that praise.
Renato Jones takes on the scourge of the ultra rich in the first volume of the comic by Kaare Andrews. The One Percenters had it coming.
Author: Blake Crouch Publisher: Crown Published July 26th 2016 Pages: 342 Bringing Dark Matter into Light Blake Crouch, author of the best-selling...
In the late 90s, Pokémon Blue helped to spread the pocket monsters craze around the world. Does is it still a solid title among the newer Pokemon titles?
The comics in Chainmail Bikini explore the real-life impact of entering a fantasy world, how games can connect us with each other and teach us about ourselves.
The Forevers is a dark meditation on the pitfalls of fame in this first issue offered by Black Mask Studios. What price will you pay for glory?
Strap in for the ride that Star Bastard, one of the most profane, disgusting, depraved and outright hilarious sci fi comics in the universe.