‘Batwoman’ Without Ruby Rose – The Effect & Future

Ruby Rose’s shocking departure from ‘Batwoman’ makes room for some crucial questions regarding the reasoning and future of the DCTV series.

Advertisements

‘Darth Vader’ #1 Review – A Hauntingly Beautiful Debut for the Dark Lord

Having had two solo title runs since 2015, the Dark Lord of the Sith has led what are arguably the best stories in the extended canon. After a short stint on the main Star Wars series, writer Greg Pak (Planet Hulk, Agents of Atlas) teams with artist Raffaele Ienco (Batman: Sins of the Father) to set out and continue this trend with a beautifully haunting debut to their story in this month’s Darth Vader #1.

Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus Feels Like the Series Never Left

Invader Zim has endured for nearly sixteen years after it was abruptly yanked off the air by Nickelodeon, existing as a beloved cult classic in the minds of many. Its twisted and manic art style, character designs, and sense of humor was an instant hook for audiences, but due to its sudden cancellation (airing only a…

The Road to ‘Absolute Carnage’ — Everything you need to know about Cates & Stegman’s Symbi-epic

“God is coming.” Those were the words on the final page of Venom #1 last year, the words that kicked off Donny Cates’ Symbiote epic of cosmic proportions. For the past year, Cates has teamed up with creators such as Ryan Stegman, Iban Coello, and Cullen Bunn to craft an intricate tale of metal and…

Is Alpha Omega More Than the Sum of its Parts?

A Brief Recap Coming off the end of Chaos and Ancient Evil, many were wondering what was in store for the final two maps for the Aether story. It’s no secret that Black Ops IIII had a rocky start (which has been covered in the Ancient Evil review), among the poorly received decisions and stability…

Krypton Season 2 ‘Danger Close’ Recap & Review

Seg-El and Adam Strange return to Candor, not as free from Brainiac as they might think. Seg tries diplomacy while Adam returns to the rebels. Jax-Ur holds a terrible secret, Kem returns to the fold, and the truth behind Dru-Zod’s empire is revealed. From what I can tell, this episode of Krypton is the most…

Krypton Season 2 ‘Will To Power’ Recap & Review

Tensions grow between Zod and the Wegthor rebels, Seg-El and Adam Strange take the fight to Brainiac on his home playing field, Dev-Em reappears as a soldier gone rogue, the long lost lover of Nyssa-Vex returns to the fold, and thankfully Doomsday is nowhere to be found. Lobo also shoots himself in the face. Krypton’s…

Krypton Season 2 ‘Ghost in the Fire’ Recap & Review

Doomsday approaches as the war between Dru-Zod and the Kryptonian rebels grows more complicated, while back on Colu, Lobo gets ahold of Seg and Adam in search of Brainiac, the destroyer of his planet. Seg fights on the mental battlefield to keep Brainiac from slowly taking control of his body as a new host while…