Review: Godzilla: Oblivion #5

(IDW 2016)
Writer: Joshua Hale Fialkov
Art: Brian Churilla
Colors: Jay Fotos
Letters / Creative Consultant: Chris Mowry
Cover: Brian Churilla

Godzilla Oblivion #5 marks the exciting finale of IDW Publishing’s five-part comic series, written by Joshua Hale Fialkov and featuring art by Brian Churilla. On an Earth that has never known monster, the situation is now critical, with Godzilla on the rampage and waves of behemoth Kaiju crossing the portal from the parallel Earth in the alternative dimension, it seems the scientists and the military have condemned their world to destruction. Get set for Godzilla’s greatest battle and the biggest monster smack down of all time! Continue reading

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Review: Godzilla in Hell TPB

(IDW 2016)

Writers & Artists

James Stokoe / Bob Eggleton / Ulises Farinas / Erick Freitas / Buster Moody

Brandon Seifert / Ibrahim Moustafa. Godzilla in Hell TPB

Over the many decades of city-leveling battles and victories against untold monstrous adversaries, Godzilla now faces his greatest challenge of all in this mammoth 120 page Trade Paper Back edition which collects the epic five-issue miniseries: Godzilla in Hell! Continue reading


FILM REVIEW: ‘Godzilla’

Fear and fascination with a hint of 50s flare. That is the best one sentence description that I could think of for the new Godzilla movie from Director, Gareth Edwards. If you are looking for a suspenseful, visually spectacular summer flick, look no further than the King of the Monsters. The great lizard king is once again the King of the Cinemas. Continue reading


‘Lost in the Longbox’ Ep. 26: ‘The Incredible Hulk’ #350


The Incredible Hulk #350
(Marvel Comics, 1988)

Writer – Peter David
Penciler – Jeff Purvi
Inker - Terry Austin
Letterer – Joe Rosen
Colorist – Petra Scotese

Greetings from the Wasteland,

In 1988 I was 10 years old. By that point I had seen some of the great fights in the world of comic books and film. King Kong vs. Godzilla, Darth Vader vs. Luke Skywalker, Indiana Jones vs. the Third Reich. But none of these would rival the constantly revolving fight in the Marvel universe. The title bout which would decide finally, who is the strongest…Grey vs. Spiky. Continue reading

THE BLIND BUY: A Journey Through The ‘ZATOICHI’ Series


by Kenneth Kimbrough

PART I – The Tale of Zatoichi

It’s time for me to talk about something very near and dear to my heart—movies. More specifically, Japanese movies. And even more specifically, Japanese swordfighting movies.

Since the front page has been loaded with comics reviews lately (Which is excellent! Keep up the hard work, everyone.), I thought it might be time for me to launch a new series following the exploits of the one, the only, Zatoichi—a blind swordsman just as much expert fighter as he is cunning trickster. Continue reading