Written by Warren Ellis Artwork by Jason Howard Lettering by Fonografiks
I will admit that TREES is starting to grow on me a little. In four issues Warren Ellis has established the foundations of a story that for now, I can only describe as ambitious. Character development has been good all around, especially Continue reading →
This past weekend I was given a chance to play the then open DESTINY Beta. Having played HALO in the past I was expecting big things from Bungie’s newest IP, and I’m excited to say that DESTINY was everything I’d thought it would be and much much more. Continue reading →
I have the upmost respect for Warren Ellis. The man has written some of the most highly regarded stories in modern comics. With The Authority, Transmetropolitan, and Planetary being the most notable standouts in a very stellar body of work. So you can imagine that before reading Trees #1, I couldn’t help but be exited. Continue reading →
There are a many absolute certainties in the world of comics, to name a few: Batman’s parents have to die, Gwen Stacy has to die, the whole freaking Planet Krypton has to die (Trend?), and an X-Men story is always bound to be as convoluted and unpredictable as the characters within it. Continue reading →
Written by Jonathan Hickman
Artwork by Nick Dragotta
Color Artwork by Frank Martin
You should know better than to challenge Death.
Jonathan Hickman’s ambitious Sci-Fi Pre-Apocalyptic Western continues. East of West #10 is here, and in it we see the aftermath of Death’s deal with Oracle. When we last saw Death he was busy Continue reading →
I love science fiction. No other genre provides storytellers with such immense creative freedom. Some of the world’s greatest comic book heroes started out as, and are very much still products of science fiction. Some examples include the infamous Continue reading →
The Wolf of Wall Street is the kind of film that chooses to take the road less traveled by. Unlike most of the “Oscar Bait” films that come out around this time, The Wolf of Wall Street is in fact, a genuine comedy through and through. Continue reading →
Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special: Review and Opinions
Warning: Major Spoilers Below
Wow. Never in my wildest dreams could I have predicted an episode quite like The Day of the Doctor. The episode not only completely changed the general direction of the Doctor Who franchise, but it also Continue reading →
Review of “The Girl In The Fireplace” Episode 4 – Series 2
Review by Franco Romualdez
– “My Dear Doctor, The path has never seemed more slow and yet I fear I am nearing its end. Reason tells me that you and I are unlikely to meet again, but I think I shall not listen to reason. I have seen the world inside your head and know that all things are possible. Hurry then my love; my days grow shorter now and I am so very weak. Godspeed my lonely angel.” –
If someone was asked to describe a random episode from any Sci-Fi television show in one word, I can almost guarantee you Continue reading →
Pokémon came into the scene and captured the imagination of millions of children from all over the world. The newfound concept of portable gaming proved to be the perfect format for what would prove to be a multi-billion dollar franchise. Continue reading →
Saga #14 picks up right where #13 left off, as is the case with more comics. I’m going to keep that first sentence in this review for one reason, and that is because it’s so stupid/obvious an observation that it’s funny.
— But there are laws. There are laws of time. Once upon a time there were people in charge of those laws, but they died. They all died. Do you know who that leaves? Me! It’s taken me all these years to realize the laws of time are mine!
And they will obey me!. –
With David Tennant at the helm, Doctor Who began its transformation from a classic British television show to a worldwide phenomenon with the arrival of the 10th Doctor. Continue reading →
Review: Doctor Who Series 2 episode: “The Christmas Invasion”
by Franco Romualdez
Did someone call a Doctor?
The parting of 9th Doctor actually came at the worst possible time for the citizens of earth. The Doctor and Rose return to the present just in time for Christmas; for those who aren’t familiar with the show, Christmas seems to be marked on every hostile alien’s calendar as the best day to invade Earth. Continue reading →
Review: Doctor Who Series 1 episodes: “Bad Wolf” and “The Parting of the Ways”
by Franco Romualdez
Having watched the Matt Smith incarnation of The Doctor first, I ready didn’t know what to expect when I decided to give the first four series of Doctor Who’s modern era a shot. Needless to say I was thoroughly surprised by how well they matched up. Continue reading →