Concerning comic books, graphic novels, manga and their cinematic adaptations.
In today's superhero saturated landscape I am much more interested in an Ant-Man who deals with problems of a much smaller nature and is primarily concerned with being a better father.
While Peanuts looks to be digital animation in every sense of the word, they have stayed true to the look and style of the animation's roots.
If you have seen Interstellar, check out this batch of posts to aid in your post-viewing digestion.
If you've been craving a comic the feels wholly distinct yet spot-on at capturing something extinct, give The Humans one a go!
Sweet Tooth is a unique comic that represents what the fringes of the medium can offer and spins one of the best post-apocalyptic sagas ever spun.
Things come full circle for Wolverine and there's poetic justice to be had for such a prickly and misunderstood character.
If you're a fan of Archie or a fan of horror, you should do yourself a favor. If you're a fan of both, I can only imagine...
Matthew Vaughn is no stranger to bringing comics to the silver screen with both X-Men: First Class and Kick-Ass under his belt, the latter also an original work by Mark Millar.
It sounds and looks like a guilty pleasure title, but I am grateful for something like this to have come along.
Young's artwork is somehow both cute and disturbed, which is how you might describe Rocket himself.
Starting things off with murder mystery is one of the oldest tricks in the trade, but storytellers can get away with that if they breathe the world around the incident to a detailed existence.
It's great to finally be back in Basin City, but it feels like its greatest yarns have already been unraveled.
If you're looking to prep yourself for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, look no further than this new edition of Before You See.
Sin City has a remarkable knack for the making the wretched subject matter an absolute marvel Behold, one of the greatest adaptations in all of cinema.
Guardians was chock-full of easter eggs (fun little references and secrets), some were more obvious than others.
Guardians of the Galaxy is a movie I couldn't wait to start and didn't ever want to end. These characters and their worlds are a cause of blockbuster jubilation!
Like most Marvel movies, Guardians of the Galaxy will be most appreciated if you've done some homework prior to watching it.
For the unindoctrinated, A Fan's Hope provides a heartfelt look into what makes the San Diego Comic-Con so special for so many.
Despite the name, Comic-Con is a popular place for movie studios to throw scraps of raw meat at their ravenous fan bases.