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 …

NBA 2K14 [X1/PS4 Review]: STILL.. ‘The King’ of Sports Video Games.

Lebron James is the new front and center man in 2K Sports' latest edition to their widely successful NBA video game franchise -- and I wonder what took them so long. Sure, it's understood as to why there was apprehension to promote James following one of the most controversial "moves" in sports history (when Bron …

BLACK SCIENCE #1 [Review]: Keep Their (severed bioelectric) Heads Ringin’…

...because it's Black Science Friday. The latest shot fired in Image Comic’s battle to rule the industry one great book at a time, is written by Rick Remender (Uncanny X-Force, Fear Agent) with art by Mateo Scalera (Secret Avengers, Dead Body Road) and vivid painted color provided by Dean White (Captain America). This is a sci-fi fan’s …

JAMES MANGOLD [Q&A]: Unleashing “The Best There Is…”

I never thought this day would come. It's a chilly Monday night on the FOX Studios lot in Century City, where the Monsignor is just a few minutes away from helping celebrate the arrival of the "Unleashed Unrated" version of The Wolverine. It's not often there are galas as impressive as this for big movie premieres, …