GREEN LANTERN #20 [Review]: All good things must come to an end…

Green Lantern is the title that got me back into superhero comics. Around 6 months before the release of the Watchmen film, I was curious as to exactly what this certain cape-and-cowl phenomenon was. There was an Entertainment Weekly cover. Action figures. T-shirts. Lots of word of mouth. Like anyone this green, I hopped over to Borders …

Marvel [Comics Reviews]: Ghosts, Goblins & Savage Land Dino’s, Oh My!

May 22nd will forever be known as "Interlude Week." Over at DC, Batman Incorporated took a breather for the Batman of Japan; Justice League's "prelude to Trinity" was more like "why is Elemental Girl here and how can we use her?"; Aquaman even exchanged writers to focus on The Others (pun, sorta kinda maybe, intended?); …

GUILLERMO DEL TORO [Q&A]: From a ‘Dark’ Justice League to ‘Rim’ing it Pacific.

There are almost too many things to look forward to in the world of Guillermo del Toro. On Saturday night of the LA Times Hero Complex Film Festival, del Toro gave us talk of Justice League Dark, his (hopeful) HBO adaptation of Naoki Urasawa's Monster manga series, and an epic new trailer for Pacific Rim; …

STAR TREK: INTO DARKNESS [Review]: Man, it’s all about Location.

You know what would have been a blast? Watching Star Trek: Into Darkness immediately following J.J. Abrams' first Star Trek, with the very same audience from last week's CapeTown Film Fest. These people, many of which like yours truly were not even true Trekkies, pumped the Egyptian Theater that Monday full of energy, cheers and laughter. …