Today, PS Blog revealed yet another wardrobe change for the wall crawler’s PlayStation exclusive video game adventure coming to the PS4 in September. This one, naturally, inspired by the biggest film of 2018, Avengers: Infinity War. When the game’s release date was revealed three weeks ago, developer Insomniac Games (Ratchet & Clank, Resistance) showed the first bonus outfit […]
ALMOST DONE! DOCTOR STRANGE (2016) DID I FALL ASLEEP? No. DID I LIKE THE MUSIC? Didn’t do much for me. EDIT: As many have pointed out, this was also by the great Michael Giacchino, but it did not capture my attention as I was multi tasking. WHAT ELSE DID I NOTICE: I saw this twice […]
Let’s face it, there’s been some great work at the House of Ideas this year. Squirrel Girl delighted us, Infinity Countdown: Adam Warlock wowed us, Captain America has been the bee’s knees, but one issue from this week stands alone as the cream of the crop! Is it Wolverine’s fateful return? Find out this week in […]
This look at a dire summer camp experience blends an exploration of being a cultural minority with a touchingly universal look at what it’s like to grow up
“Five years ago, Marvel was in charge, and they ruled everything I did as a retailer. It was ‘Marvel first.’ Now, they are the bastard children of the industry. I’ve lost probably 25% of my comic readership because 25% of my Marvel fans got tired of my higher cover prices, the non-sequitur storylines, the almost incomprehensible X-Men this and that… Marvel has done nothing to drive the industry towards us.”
DC Comics is trying something new. In the wake of their Rebirth initiative, the publisher has rapidly expanded its content to include diverse new imprints such as Young Animal, Wildstorm, Black Label, Ink, and Zoom. As their lineup expands, it can be hard to figure out what to pick up each week. That’s what the […]
How do you review a movie the whole world wants to talk about but doesn’t want to talk about?
By giving people choices. So here, reader, is a choose your own adventure review. Navigate below for as little or as much feedback as you’d like. Please note: no portion of this review discusses anything that would qualify as an actual spoiler for the film, nor does any portion of the review detail anything more than you’d see in a typical movie review. But for some, less is more until you’ve seen it.
The “Fear of the Dark” storyline concludes.
14 movies in, I’ve finally surrendered to the grim, loss-filled world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Retailer’s View returns with a warning about the future of the comics industry… and a look at what can hopefully be done to fix it.