The classic tale “Nights of Wundagore” by John Byrne, David Michelinie, Mark Gruenwald and Steven Grant is a strange read in Avengers history, in that it exists between an approach of treating the Avengers as an organisation of like-minded individuals
I must admit with all the buzz around Matt Wagner’s Trinity when I was younger I expected something a little more along the lines of a reflection upon the relationship between DC’s big three. It is by no means a
Stargirl’s first season is a shining example of a female superhero series done right! The villains were complex and layered, it didn’t devolve into a teenage soap-opera as I thought it would and the character development was handled quite well!
Warren Ellis’ Thunderbolts is, in my opinion, a very opportune in light of today’s news. It begs the question “what would happen if the very worst decision made by the government was only held together only by a thread”, turning
“Give the people what they want”. After the negative response to the first Sonic trailer, it seemed as if Paramount Pictures had learned from their mistake and the new design for the blue hedgehog, we all know and love was
It is time to bid farewell to Fox s version of the merry mutants and while it was a mostly fun ride – with a few major exceptions thrown for good measure – I cannot in good conscience throw this
Andy Serkis’ Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle (2018) should have been more than a Netflix treatment. So much more. What makes it so outstanding is probably the amount of expression put into each character while not completely abandoning what animals
Despite many knowing me as a major Flash and DC aficionado, my love for all things comics started with Marvel, and, in fact, the X-Men. In fact, like most typical child of the 90’s raised by TV, I was fascinated