VENOM 2099 / REVENGE OF THE COSMIC GHOST RIDER / DOOMSDAY CLOCK [Sunday Stash]: Last Hurrah For 2019!

Another week, another set of comics to review here at GodHatesGeeks! Sure, the holiday season is almost over, as is the year (and the decade!), but that doesn't mean you can't still treat yourself to some of the latest comic titles, does it?! And where else are you going to get the best coverage and …

4001 A.D. / CINEMA PURGATORIO / THUNDERBOLTS / KINGS QUEST [Reviews]: The Future Imperfect.

New Japan, the 41st century, the remnants of the once Pacific Nation State now orbit the forgotten Earth in a satellite monolith. The authoritarian government, controlled by an Artificial Intelligence Deity shrouded in mystery known only as "Father". Recently infected with a crippling virus, Father struggles to keep his grasp over an awakening and restless …

PROVIDENCE / AIRBOY / SONS of the DEVIL / MATERIAL [Reviews]: Feed Me Moore.

Welcome back to another edition of Fistful of Comics, I'm your host Travis Moody. Actually, fuck that-- you don't need me to guide you through all of our clergygeeks' coolness! Providence, the new jam by Alan Moore (umm, Watchmen? You may have heard of it) and Jacen Burrows (Crossed, God is Dead), is one of …

S.H.I.E.L.D. / EAST of WEST / MIRACLEMAN / X-O MANOWAR [Reviews]: Happy ‘All-New’ Year!

Since comics dropped on NEW YEAR'S EVE last week/last year, there's a demonstratively short list of comics to review-- but that's not going to stop us. As we ready and prepare our "Best of 2014" lists and 2015 preview, let's get in a short stack that's worthy of any Sunday Stash. Happy New Comic Year. …

Battlestar Galactica / Shaft / Army of Darkness [Reviews]: Comics Get “The Treatment”

Welcome to this week's edition of The Stash, all you purveyors of comics' cache! Once again, the elite cadre of geekologists, geekolytes, geekofiles, geektranauts, and geekinators here at The Church of Cool have scoured the sluice of last week's comic book excavation and brought forth an assessment of your upcoming purchase agenda! It's ADAPTATION TIME! And …

PENNY DREADFUL [Series Premiere Review]: Quite the ‘Bond’ing Experience!

Although Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan and Sean Connery don't have roles in Showtime's new scare-series Penny Dreadful (however rad that would be!), there's quite a band of Bond vets that take precedent here... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCb3p4z3mF8 Former 007 himself, Timothy Dalton (The Living Daylights, License to Kill), plays the progressively anguished Sir Malcom Murray, only to be outdone by former …