OUTCAST / ORIGINAL SIN: IRON MAN vs. HULK [Reviews]: The Devil Inside.

Our All-New FISTFUL of COMICS Now! is back--and we've got a slate of both new and old school reviewers seeking their inner demons. It's the evil within our congregation that.. oh.. we sometimes just gotta get out. With that said, study up on the goods, check your pull-lists twice and enjoy the show. (jump to) …

C.O.W.L. / Avengers / Star Wars – Rebel Heist [Reviews]: Labor Daze.

Continuing the "Windy City" trend of GHG topics this week -- WWE Payback, Retro Jordan kicks, Kanye Kardashian, Watch_Dogs (reviewing coming this week), Blackhawks, et al -- is the much-anticipated, brand new creator-owned comic from the scribe of Nightwing. And since the last arc in Dick Grayson's solo offering took the one time Robin (and Batman) …

AGENTS of S.H.I.E.L.D. [Season 1 Finale Review]: The Grateful Alive.

Just in time for the announcement that ABC was moving Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to a 9 p.m. time slot for the show’s second season, the MCU’s first television series finished off its premiere season with a bang. Well, a few bangs, a couple of explosions, several melee combos, and a rib stab. Yeah, that’s right. …

ALL-NEW MARVEL NOW [Review]: Black Widow, a true ‘X-Factor’ of this new ‘World’?

It’s a new year in the realm of geek, and Marvel has seen fit to grace us with a brand new rebranding of their prior brand new rebranding. HA. What better name to call it than.. wait for it.. All-New Marvel Now!? You know, not to be confused with last year's Marvel Now. Stay with …

INFINITY [Event Review]: Almost Inhuman.

As one Marvel event closes, another always blossoms. At 44-pages, Infinity is one credible finale, thanks to the eye-pretty art of Jim Cheung (X-Force, Young Avengers) and Dustin Weaver (S.H.I.E.L.D.), and the year-long crafted mind of Jonathan Hickman (Fantastic Four, God is Dead). Issue #6 finishes the story of Thanos' thirst for prolicide with the final vestige of his …

THOR: THE DARK WORLD [Review]: Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘Em.

First, the good news: The Dark World is the Thor movie longtime fans of the character and comic have imagined since children, as each of the Nine Realms suitably mimics those majestic pages from the fantastical mind of Jack Kirby. More than half of the movie takes place in a wondrously rainbow-lit Asgard, with bits …