THE S.O.S. / AVENGERS / EDGE of SPIDER-VERSE / COPPERHEAD [Reviews]: Gotta Have FATE!

"It's been a long time, we shouldn't have left you." - Rakim Yes, it's been 9 -- NINE long days since we've last hit you off with an update (until we were blessed with the Divine One's excellent take on the new season of SOA), so we have a barrel of epic articles this week …

DC FUTURES END #1’s [Sunday Stash Reviews] : Just a Relaxing, Sunday Time Travel…

Is it Sunday again ALREADY?! On this day, the Year of Our Moody, 7th of September, 2014, The Congregation of Cool is going to defy physics and TIME TRAVEL so to best review for you TEN alternate timelines within DC's Futures End New 52! ALL #1's! ALL YOUR FAVORITE CHARACTERS! ALL THE WHAT-IFS YOU CAN HANDLE IN ONE SITTING! …

DEATH of WOLVERINE / THE NAMES / ORIGINAL SIN / ALICE COOPER [Reviews]: GodHates… ASTRONAUTS?!!!??

Sounds of Ghetto Bird choppers may wake my ass up every morning, but the thoughts of some rampaging, blue Horseheads -- drunk off that wiiiiiine -- and their kookie Crabheaded Nebula opponents will surely (did someone say "Shirley"?) be the ones swirling above my cranium. A-Men. Look, man. If you thought Morrison's Multiversity was a …

SINESTRO / BOB’S BURGERS / POP / WAYWARD / GOTG [Fistful of Comic Review]: Labor Daze

Hey, GHGers!  It is time to change it up a bit and give a variety of goodies to check out and read.  So leave the work week behind and get lost in the comics that we have for you today to get your body and mind ready for this Labor Day Fistful of Comics, baby. …

The Fade Out / Delinquents / Batman & Robin / Little Nemo [Sunday Stash Reviews]: New to the Old to the New– AGAIN!

Hey! Nothing new but work and church, citizens of the GHGverse? Well that's not the case over here at Church of Cool Laboratories, where, once again, some of the sharpest geek minds in geekology come geekily together in all of their geekhood to study geekfully, and give careful, geekcentric geeknalysis to all the geekmenities you crave. So, sit …

SIN CITY – A DAME to KILL FOR [Review]: Shotgun Saturday Night.

The long-awaited sequel to Frank Miller (300) and Robert Rodriguez' (From Dusk Till Dawn) Sin City might miss its target, but not without looking sexy doing so. Faithfully realized, the directing duo once again paints the cinematic town in digitally rendered white, black and blood-soaked red. NANCY'S LAST DANCE The film is made up of four tales …