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

Convention Coverage

Bluefin is Bringing Exclusive Street Fighter V Figures to NYCC

Did you race home from school as a child, throw your backpack across the room, and spent countless hours playing Street Fighter II on your Super NES? Fans of the iconic side-scrolling fighting game have been reliving that excitement this past year with the release of Street Fighter V, and now there’s even more on the horizon. Bluefin and Storm Collectibles are bringing those childhood memories to New York Comic Con this week in the form of some exclusive collectible... Read More

Animaton

Warner Bros. is Releasing a DC Animation Box Set

With all the DC/Warner Bros hype focused on their Hall H panel at San Diego Comic Con for Justice League and Aquaman, some fantastic news may have slipped under the radar last week. Having cranked out thirty animated feature films over the last decade, the powers that be have decided to give fans a special treat: a complete 32-disc box set in celebration of the DC Animated Universe 10th anniversary! Whereas it can be argued that Marvel Studios has been dominating the big screen via... 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

Convention Coverage

Star Wars Celebration 2017: A Toy Story

As many of you nerds out there already know, Star Wars Celebration was held last weekend in Orlando, Florida to epic fanfare.  While the biggest stories to come out of the event were the first teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi and the return of Hayden Christianson to a Star Wars convention for the first time in years, some other news flew a little more under the radar. Bluefin, a leading collectibles dealer, presented a ton of cool releases at their booth from a... Read More

Comic Books

Batgirl Needs Wonder Woman and We Need Them Both

One of the most recent projects rumored to be in the works for the DC Extended Universe is a Batgirl stand alone film.  Any story from the Bat-Family tends to get lots of buzz, and this story is no different–especially since Joss Whedon’s  speculatively in talks to direct!  While this humble nerd journalist believes this could definitely be a big move for DC, we need to see how Warner Brothers handles Wonder Woman first before getting ourselves too excited; the success... Read More

Animaton

Rick and Morty is Back… April Fools! But no, Really!

Have you been waiting impatiently for season three of the most amazeballs show in the known multiverse?  Are you beginning to think that it’ll never air?  Well, Rick and Morty is streaming live right now…  April Fools!  No, but really, it is. Seriously.  Rick and Morty is back! Adult Swim, in perhaps the most ingenious moves ever, created an April Fools’ Day launch of the single-most anticipated episode they’ve ever aired.  Just a few hours ago links to watch... Read More

Comic Books

Hellboy III? Hell Yes!

Director extraordinaire Guillermo del Toro has fans of the Hellboy franchise as giddy as can be, taking to Twitter to tease a possible third film.  He only gave two options for his informal poll: Yes, and Hell Yes. One guess how this nerdslanter voted? That’s right, I voted hell yes, along with 68% of the Twitter voters. Informal poll (let’s see how many votes we get in 24 hours) Hellboy III — Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT) January 18, 2017 If you’ve never heard of or... Read More

Movies

Carrie Fisher Has Died

2016 has not been a very kind year to some of our largest celebrity icons.  David Bowie, Prince, George Michael, Muhammad Ali, Gene Wilder, and Alan Rickman are just a handful of the 70 plus celebs that 2016 has taken.  today we have learned that  Carrie Fisher, our beloved Princess Leia (and so much more) has passed after having a massive heart attack on a flight Friday. According to multiple sources, including fellow actors Brad Gage, and Anna Akana, Ms. Fisher was aboard United... Read More

Detailed Report

From the Front Lines: The Pokémon Sun and Moon Midnight Release!

And the big night has finally arrived! I am writing this from my local GameStop, eagerly awaiting my copy of Pokémon Sun. Pokémon is experiencing a huge resurgence following this summer’a release of the mobile game Pokémon Go, and it is clearly evident at this release. I rolled up at 10pm to find a completely packed store. I’m talking about forty or so trainers ready to set out on a new journey in the Alola Region! The atmosphere’s perfect for Pokémon’s 20th... Read More