Comics Archive

Review: Frank Miller’s Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For

I’ll admit that I tried to read all of the graphic novels before seeing the sequel to one of my favorite movies, but that plan didn’t fit well in my vacation schedule. I barely had enough time to tweet, and if you know me, you know that’s unheard of! Vacation or not, I managed to

EVERY Superhero / Star Wars Movie Planned

An interesting list is flying around the internet today. I’m not sure why or how Star Wars got crammed in the DC / Marvel universe, but it’s informative for all nerds. Keep in mind, any future release date is subject to many things but it’s nice to know that Hollywood has the rest of our

The Collected Works Of Fillerbunny Out Today!

It’s comic book day again! Even though every Wednesday spawns a slew of new and amazing things to read today something special occurred that is worth posting about. Do you remember Jhonen Vasquez? The creator of Invader Zim, Johnny The Homicidal Maniac, Squee!, I Feel Sick, writer for The Bravest Warrior, director of 2 Mindless

Why Marvel Movies Are Both Amazing & Terrible At The Same Time

Marvel’s been releasing amazing stories since 1939, under the company Timely Comics. Even though Timely was founded 5 years after their competition, DC Comics, they beat the race to the big screen with their 1944 short film Captain America (6 years before the first Superman movie; which was actually a pilot episode for the series

Guardians Of The Galaxy Review

I’d like to point out two things before I begin reliving my complaints about this feature film. First, I rarely get to see movies on opening weekend so I wouldn’t get too attached to movie reviews on this site. Second; I have to admit that I grew up a huge comic book nerd, reading any

Deadpool Test Footage Surfaced Online

I told myself I wouldn’t turn this site into a nonsense news site, but sometimes something happens that you just can’t help but to post about. Earlier this week a phone-recorded version of test footage surfaced online of what claimed to be a possible upcoming Deadpool movie. Well, due to the internet’s high demand Blur

What We’re Missing At SDCC 2014

The San Diego Comic-Convention is a gathering of nerds that seems to grow every year. Or at least my envy of not being able to go does. I mean, seriously; how do people afford the $500 plane tickets plus the entry tickets, plus the onslaught of irresistible merch? SERIOUSLY? Anyways, it’s a great place to

Which “Walking Dead” Universe Is The Best?

I’ll try to keep this spoiler-free but good luck. As most people have I’ve fallen victim to the rising trend in zombie lore revolving around Robert Kirkman’s universe. Unlike most people, I grew up fantasizing of a post-apocalyptic world thanks to the original god of the undead; George A Romero. It’s hard to deny the