Book & Comic Reviews

Interview: Howard Gordon

Howard Gordon has worked on The X-Files, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, 24, and more. The man knows TV, but does he know novels? With his first novel, Gideon&...[Read More]

Review: Gideon’s War

If you look at my bookshelf… well, you’ll see DVDs, because I don’t keep my books on my bookshelf. If I did keep my books on my bookshelf, and...[Read More]

Joker Week: The Killing Joke

If you ask me for my opinion about Alan Moore, I will probably go into a long rant. While I don’t like him as a person, I can’t disagree with his ge...[Read More]

Joker Week: Batman vs The Joker from Batman #1

The year is 1940. Batman is still relatively new to the comic scene, and Robin had just made his debut. It’s that period where our hero is still in touch ...[Read More]

Review: Assassin’s Creed: The Fall #1

About three months ago I wrote about a new addition to the Assassin’s Creed franchise in the form of a short comic book series. The Fall, which consists o...[Read More]

Spider-Man: Torment, 20 years later

20 years ago, Todd McFarlane, comic artist extraordinaire, was given an amazing opportunity: to not just draw, but write his own Spider-Man book. The comic, sim...[Read More]

Review – Scott Pilgrim Series [Books 1-6]

Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life is about to get rocked.

The Six Wives of Henry VIII by Alison Weir

Last night, like I stated in my previous post regarding Subway vs. Panera, we went to Borders. I had a $15.00 coupon to use, so earlier in the day I looked arou...[Read More]

The Stuff of Legend

Earlier this month I wrote about our experiences from 2010’s Free Comic Book Day.  This year’s FCBD was not my first experience with the event, howe...[Read More]

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