Scott Snyder and Jock continue a killer whale of a run with DC #876. The team brings readers another great arc, bat-crobatics and a smashingly suspenseful ending.
With the recruitment of Spider-Man and the use of a bunch of children, both alien and human, why does the FF need Doom?
Intrigue! Intrigue! Intrigue! There is intrigue all around!
The Students of Avengers Academy face their biggest test yet, but can 6 inexperienced teens stop a man that can alter reality at will?
Erik Galston reviews the latest episode of Glee - "Born This Way"
The Outhouse shows up at the Tribeca Film Festival to take a look at some of the most highly-anticipated independent films coming down the pike. In this report, Royal Nonesuch takes a look at two solid pieces of genre entertainment: the true story of an international hostage crisis, and an Italian gangster unable to outrun his past!
GLX reviews Tehra: Dark Warrior for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
TheGeek reviews Zatanna #12
It's a mysterious new concept from Boom! Studios written by Michael Alan Nelson and created by James Wan, the directer of the original SAW film!
Dark Horse Presents is worth $7.99. Chadwick, Adams, Corben, McNeil, Chaykin, Miller, and more.
'68 is sick and twisted. Zombie fans dig into the fresh flesh of this mag, you won't be disappointed.
The Outhouse shows up at the Tribeca Film Festival to take a look at some of the most highly-anticipated independent films coming down the pike. First up: Beyond the Black Rainbow and Grey Matter!
GLX reviews Uncanny X-Force #8.
The DC superhero comic for non-DC regulars keeps rolling along with multi-colored rings, an unfortunate death and the reappearance of a DC Universe legend.
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