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Superheroes of 2016 – Marvel, DC and More! (Part 1)

by Gervaise B-Aon January 9, 2017
2016 was a very unconventional year. While some people complained at the end of 2015, look what happened in 2016! The year saw the loss of many great celebrities, clown scares, and depressing (depending on who you ask) political results in more than one country. That being said, there were a lot of good moments […]

Holiday Gift Guides 2016

by Eileen Cruzon December 19, 2016
It’s holiday gift guides time! We’re in the last stretch of 2016, and we’ve been racking our brains for Digital, Blu-ray & DVD, Comics & Collectibles, and Video Games related gifts for friends and family for the holidays. Everyone loves that warm and fuzzy feeling you get as you see the smile on someone’s face […]

Holiday Gift Guide 2016 – Digital, Blu-ray and DVD

by Eileen Cruzon December 15, 2016
It’s holiday gift guide time! We’re in the last stretch of 2016, and we’ve been racking our brains for Digital, Blu-ray, and DVD related gifts for friends and family for the holidays. Everyone loves that warm and fuzzy feeling you get as you see the smile on someone’s face when you’ve given them a gift […]

Marvel Comics Solicitations – On Sale December 2016

by Eileen Cruzon September 23, 2016
A YEAR OF MARVELS: THE UNCANNY #1 JEREMY WHITLEY, TODD CASEY & ELLIOTT CASEY (W) LAURA BRAGA & PAUL DAVIDSON (A) Cover by JAMAL CAMPBELL • It’s Halloween in the Marvel U! What does that mean for KATE BISHOP, A.K.A. HAWKEYE? Well, I can’t tell you here but I CAN guarantee it involves a haunted […]

5th Annual NICE Comic Con In Bedford, UK This September Brings Star Comic Talent

by Grant Whiteon August 23, 2016
3rd-4th September will see the 5th outing for NICE, the Bedford based comics convention organised by local comic shop Close Encounters. The event will give fans the chance to meet a range of star talent from the comic book industry including Andi Ewington, Greg Tocchini, John Bolton and Guillem March. The event will be held […]
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Review: “Deadpool” Blu-ray – A Fun, Vulgar Take on the Superhero Origin Formula

by James Harveyon May 13, 2016
From the very first frame, Deadpool positions itself as something different: a brash, loud and crude action-comedy superhero movie that offers something different. But, really, it’s the same superhero origin movie we’ve been seeing for years now, though it skillfully uses a distorted narrative, crude humor, and solid set pieces to cover up those well-known […]

Deadpool is 3% More Influential Than Wolverine – Dead Or Alive!

by Alex Beanon February 21, 2016
Unfortunately – or fortunately, depending on how you view it – he is 7% less influential than the Urban Dictionary. At least, according to Ryan Reynolds…or Ryan Reynolds’ public relations firm….
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Did You Notice The Deadpool Movie Snuck A Marvel Studios Character In?

by Peter Paltridgeon February 17, 2016
Deadpool is so irreverent, he even laughs at the copyright laws of his overlords. During one of the new movie’s fight scenes, Wade suddenly recognizes one of the henchmen fighting him, and calls him “Bob.” Educated Marvel fans caught the name’s significance immediately: Bob, agent of HYDRA! The evil organization is, of course, solidly owned […]

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Deadpool: The Only Review That Matters

by Peter Paltridgeon February 11, 2016
Three days ago we posted Deadpool reviews from Variety, the AV Club and the Hollywood Reporter. A lot of journalists have weighed in on the upcoming feature film starring the Merc with a Mouth, but the truth is, there’s only one opinion that REALLY matters, and now that we have it, there can be no […]
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The Deadpool Review Roundup

by Peter Paltridgeon February 8, 2016
Deadpool comes out Friday, and the review embargo has been lifted. Overall critics were pleased with the Merc’s first solo big-screen adventure, though there were a few that weren’t so impressed. It currently has an 84% Rotten Tomatoes rating from 43 calculated reviews. The Hollywood Reporter’s Todd McCarthy was enamored with the film’s constant drum […]