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Comic-Con: Top 10 Post Convention Syndromes

As 2015 comes to a close, so does another con season. Sure, depending on your fandom there is no doubt a con happening any...

Top 5 Super Hero Roles for Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey has dominated UFC opponents and is on top of her game after a 34 second knockout of Bethe Correa and is working...

Ant-Man REVIEW: Ant-Man is Smart, Funny and all Marvel

Though it probably won't be the galactic mega box office hit that Guardians of the Galaxy was for Marvel Studios and Disney last summer,...

Indie Comics Spotlight: Curb Stomp, Pisces, and Bitch Planet

It's Tuesday! Tomorrow is the big day: the arrival of Secret Wars #1! While getting the first issue of this much-anticipated Marvel event, be...

Green Lantern #20 Review

Green Lantern #20 brings to a close the bombastically epic run of Geoff Johns’ Green Lantern, comprising over 100 issues of will-powered science fiction. It has been just short of a decade since Johns made a name for himself as the man who put the green ring back on Hal Jordan’s finger in Green Lantern: Rebirth.

Review: Amazing Spider-Man #699.1 – ‘Morbius The Living Vampire’ Preview

Amazing Spider-Man #699.1 Writer: Joe Keatinge with Dan Slott Art: Valentine Delandro with Marco Checchetto, Antonio Fabela Amazing Spider-Man #699.1 isn't so much a Spider-Man comic...

Review: Amazing Spider-Man #699 – Maybe it’s not so bad after all…

Amazing Spider-Man #699 Writer: Dan Slott Art: Humberto Ramos , Victor Olazaba , Edgar Delgado While I've calmed down about the big reveal last issue, it's...

Review: Amazing Spider-Man #698 – WHY, DAN?! WHYYYYYYYYYY?!

Amazing Spider-Man #698 Writer: Dan Slott Art: Richard Elson and Antonio Fabela   WARNING:  THIS REVIEW HAS MAJOR PLOT SPOILERS FOR AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #698 AND BEYOND.  DO...

Review: Amazing Spider-Man #697 – War of the Goblins Concludes!

Amazing Spider-Man #697 Writers: Dan Slott and Christos Gage Art: Giuseppe Camuncoli , Dan Green , and Antonio Fabela Opening where the last issue left off,...