Comic Books

Justice League Exceeds All Expectations!

Warning: The following review contains spoilers for Warner Brothers Justice League. Many DC Comics fans were skeptical heading into the premiere of Justice League; after the beating Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice took from critics and fans alike, it’s easy to understand why. While Wonder Woman is widely regarded as one of the better comic book movies in a while, and helped right the Warner Brothers ship, that’s a bad taste to wash our of your mouth. People... Read More

Harry Potter

Your Hogwarts Letter Has Finally Arrived, Harry Potter Fans!

Check the mail, fellow Potterheads, I think there’s an owl at your door. Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment teased us a few days ago with the announcement that they’ll be unleashing mobile and console games under the label Portkey Games, all taking place in J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world! Top of the list? An interactive augmented reality game titled Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Since the release of Pokémon GO last summer, Harry Potter fans have clamored for a... Read More

Comic Books

Wonder Woman: The Hero Warner Bros Needed, But Not the One it Deserved

Wonder Woman opened on June 2nd to something Warner Brothers wasn’t used to: Good reviews.  With the studio taking death blows from critics with each new release (seriously go read the reviews for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad) they needed a hero (and a hit film) that could shield them.  Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) is that hero. I’ve written before about how this film could be game changing in a Hollywood where men rule; from studio heads, directors, and top... Read More

Detailed Report

The Newest Harry Potter News is Literally Fantastic

Admist mixed reviews for J.K. Rowling’s most recent wizarding work, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (it’s really a screenplay, but whatevs), Potterheads have turned their squees towards the next film in the franchise: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Set to come out November 18th, the film’s based on the fictional textbook from the Harry Potter series. Sounds meta, right? The book appeared in Rowling’s first novel, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s... Read More


Batman: The Killing Joke’s Inducing the Crazy, Once Again

Many Batman fans have long-awaited this masterpiece finally gracing our screens, and for those of us who’ve read Alan Moore’s classic 1988 graphic novel it couldn’t have come fast enough. For those of you still scratching your heads, The Killing Joke is finally being made into a feature-length film! The Killing Joke shows us The Joker at quite possibly his furthest point from sanity. Now, we get to live through the madness all over again with possibly one of the best... Read More