BATMAN vs TMNT / 35TH ANNIVERSARY [SDCC 2019 Review]: Cowabunga, Bats!

Turtle Power was strongly represented at both WonderCon and SDCC 2019, and for good reason: Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird’s magnum opus is celebrating its 35th Anniversary of Awesomeness. This year’s Con Circuit has seen its fair share of Turtle cosplay, panels, artwork and fanfare, but the Heroes in a Half Shell have still been …

TRANSFORMERS #1 [Review]: A ‘Bold New Era’!

IDW Publishing starts a “Bold New Era” of Transformers storylines with an equally bold new take on the classic transforming robots with the brand new Transformers #1. Written by Brian Ruckley (Rogue Trooper), the brand new storyline delves into an untapped history of the ideological divide between Optimus Prime and Megatron, all shown through the …

THE GEEEEK AWARDS [Best Comics of 2018]: Darkseid of the Doom.

Happy holidays, geeks and geekettes. Once again, GHG is back at with our "Best Of" geek-lists for 2018, and we're starting off with the Best Comics. So enjoy the Joker fear, Infinity War gear, Mister Miracle tear, Black Hammer weird, and Christmas cheer! 1. Mister Miracle (DC Comics / Vertigo) – On the way to …

MARVEL’S NEXT BIG THING / IDW’S BIG NEWS [SDCC 2018]: Infinite Team-Up.

MARVEL'S NEXT BIG THING (Saturday - 6A) - While Marvel Studios was entirely absent from Comic-Con for the first time in a while, Marvel Comics did have a fairly strong presence. At the Next Big Thing panel, specifically, they certainly covered a lot. It opened with a conversation of Infinity Wars, the event spinning out …

KINGSWAY WEST / RED HOOD & THE OUTLAWS / NIGHTWING / ROM / SNOTGIRL [Reviews]: Back in the Saddle Again!

Dark Horse Comics spurs it deep for tha giddyup-and-go with their latest trailblaze from way out yonder with Kingsway West. Before we gin ‘em up and hang ‘em high, whataya ya say we break down who’s in cahoots in this here hellraisin’ posse, ya goddamned cowpokes? Greg Pak’s (Batman/Superman) spinnin’ them yarns ‘round tha campfire, …

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 …