Do you remember playing the many Mega Man video games, but can't remember what the point of the games was? Mega Man #1 attempts to help you recall a bit of the adventure while adding new all-ages details.
TheGeek reviews Freedom Fighters #9!
Reading Realms takes a look at some of the titles to keep an eye out for that are hitting shelves now or within the next few weeks.If you have any books you want to share that are coming out soon or you just picked up, please add them in the comments.
Free Comic Book Day consisted of more than Flash hanging out in his ass-tight red jumpsuit apparatus. Some comics were pretty damn good...especially Cap & Thor.
Sometimes, not killing a teenage girl just isn't worth the trouble.
Reading Realms takes a look at the first novel in a new urban fantasy series by Christopher Farnsworth.
If you aren't skipping the first story and going straight to the Timothy Green II anthropomorphic animal spectacular, you are among the few.
Martin John reviews Brightest Day #24!
Freshman Year comes to a close for four very special young women. What happens that rocks them all to the core and will this book be able to pull off the conclusion that such a great story deserves? The answers are just a click away.
Bloosusan reviews Danger Girl and the Army of Darkness!
GLX reviews Biomega vol. 1.
The Thor movie is out now in the UK, and our British correspondent Punchy swings his mighty review hammer to summon the power of critical thought!
Everybody has their secrets, and a new wrinkle develops in what we thought we knew.
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. This time out: a look at the training regimen of one of the greatest fighters in the world.
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