ROCKET / TITANS / REGRESSION / BUG! / ZOMBIES ASSEMBLE [Reviews]: You People Have Issues.

Exploding off the big screen into his own solo – comic, is Rocket Raccoon in Rocket! We meet with Rocket in bar where “hives of scum and villainy” consort; drinking as he’s taking some needed PTO from guarding the galaxy. As he tells the bartender his sad, sack of a story we meet trouble in …

KING ARTHUR – LEGEND of the SWORD [Review]: Son of Anarchy.

"MONSIGNOR" TRAVIS MOODY: Bottom line -- Guy Ritchie (Snatch) turns what most know as an intimate, medieval classic into a hyper-realized, CGI-swarming war of attrition. No, this isn't your daddy's Excalibur. More unfortunately, Ritchie's hyper-stylized filmmaking tools are actually put into good use in King Arthur's second act. The future Round Table Knight's "gameplan" to …

BLACK BOLT / BANE CONQUEST / JEAN GREY / ETERNAL WARRIOR / BATMAN / SECRET EMPIRE [Reviews]: Buy Comic Book Day!

It isn't too often that a novelist transitions into writing comics, so I always find it interesting to see what their initial output is like. Last year we had an example of someone making a near seamless transition, when Ta-Nehisi Coates made his debut on Black Panther. This time, Saladin Ahmed, in his comics debut, …

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY [Vol. 2 Movie/Telltale Series Game/All-New Comic Review]: EGOs.

The second volume of James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy saga has far brighter, funner and scintillating moments than his first go-around, only "suffering" from some minor issues in pace and tone. That said, The Living Planet named Ego is truly a sight of 70s-psychedelia to behold, thanks to a knock 'em dead performance by …

AMERICAN GODS [Series Premiere Review]: Gotta Love These ‘Gods’.

Perfect. That’s the only way I can think of to describe Starz’ adaptation of my second-favorite book. Everything was just perfect, from the casting to the visuals. In my head, I always imagined Shadow as being just a touch lighter (hence the need for that line in the book), but Ricky Whittle’s performance is spot-on. …