A comparison and scathing review of two different tellings of the same story about a boy and the creepy old man who teaches him how to fight through the power of groping.
GLX reviews Justice Society of America: The Bad Seed.
In the first of a two-parter, Hank gets the spotlight and sets out to solve the greatest mystery in the show, who murdered Henchmen 24? Oh wait, no he's solving that other mystery Brock Samson the daddy of his best friend Dermott?
The Smurfs take a back seat in their very first adventure.
A stand alone novel set in the same world as his First Law trilogy. It is not necessary to have read that trilogy to get into this book, but if you have you will instantly recognize Abercrombie's gritty style.
Eli Katz had the pick for new comics shipping September 29th and he selected Franken-Castle #21 by Rick Remender, Dan Brereton and Andrea Mutti.
Lex Luthor takes on Gorilla Grodd and Jimmy Olsen goes solo in the latest issue of Action Comics.
GLX had the pick for new comics shipping September 22nd and he selected Nemesis #3 by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven.
A review of the novel Fable, The Balverine Order by Peter David. Anyone interested in a fun adventure fantasy one-shot should check this out.
Lessons will be learned in this episode, just will some characters learn from their stubbornness? I highly doubt it.
Someone is taking the greatest minds on the Earth. The crisis is so great, all the major groups in the series come together to pool their resources to find this threat. Oh, and Doctor Venture deals with the fact he isn't in on any of this.
Our three favorite alien visitors continue to adapt to Earth culture with Princess Ilanna wants to see more of it. That is if her guardian Lance has anything to say about it. Oh and the monster of the week is a giant robotic King Ghidorah homage.
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (2010), another animated adaption from the Jeph Loeb comic that heralds the introduction of the modern version of Supergirl, and pretty much all out war with Apokolips over her with Big Barda and Wonder Woman helping.
Jeph Loeb is gone, but the Red Hulk remains. What next for Thunderbolt Ross under the esteemed pen of Jeff Parker?
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