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Review: Secret Wars: Infinity Gauntlet (In Name Only) #1

Review: Secret Wars: Infinity Gauntlet (In Name Only) #1

Let’s talk about how clichéd and dumb this IGINO concept and storyline are in the first place...

Review: Tomorrowland (2015)

Larwrence reviews Disney's latest blockbuster. Should you see it today? Or wait for tomorrow?

NINO #30 Review & PC Op-ed

Timelord offers this thoughts on the latest issue as well as Marvel's PC propaganda campaign.

Advanced Review: Secret Wars #1

This is the epic, opening salvo to the creation of a "new" Marvel Universe? Can I please have a reboot instead?!

Review: The Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Larwrence offers Marvel's latest blockbuster is a high level of entertainment and more.

Advanced Review: Batman #40

Scott Snyder tells THE Batman tale of the century and changes the mythos of the Dark Knight forever!

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy #26

This incredibly stupid storyline of Quill getting married to Kitty is unspeakably asinine...

Review: Convergence #3 (of 8)

Heroes fall like dominoes in this devastating issue! Jeff King has finally made Convergence a "must read" book!

Review: NINO #29

Fact is, Duggan, like Bendis and Loeb, has no idea how to write a true cosmic story. He writes farce. That’s it.

Review: Guardians 3000 #7

Points out how small and petty Quill’s GotGINO team has become under Bendis and Gunn.

Movie Review: Fast & Furious 7

Lawrence reviews James Wan's latest and asks, "How Do You Say Goodbye?"

Review: Invincible #118

Good cosmic comics need to be rewarded and trust me, you’ll be hooked by this one.

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy #25 (Bendys)

They’ve just turned what they’re calling “cosmic” into a farce.

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy: Best Story Ever

The problem with this story is that it tries too hard to mimic the movie. And it fails.

Review: Guardians 3000 #6

This is what cosmic fans have been asking for over the past several years.

Review: NINO #28

They actually think this “story” about playing “hot potato” with “The Black Vortex” is entertaining?

Review: Convergence #0

A rather lackluster attempt at kicking off a big event series.

Review: NINO Annual #1

Silly, juvenile, disrespectful of Nova mythos and fans, and un-heroic.

Review: Birdman (2014)

Continuing Our 2015 Academy Award Roundup.

Review: NINO #27

It’s almost funny that Marvel just keeps making bad things worse.

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy #24 (Bendys)

With Bendys at the helm, GotGINO remains a waste of color glossy paper.

Review: The Theory Of Everything

Continuing Our 2015 Academy Award Roundup.

Review: Guardians 3000 #5

This book is Marvel’s only true Cosmic book.

Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E. - Alternative Comics Beat

The best superhero team you've never heard of -- Nextwave!

Review: The Walking Dead #137

Life changing events occur for two major characters in Kirkman's epic tale of survival, love and loss!

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy #23 (Bendys)

Treats the Guardians like guest stars in their own book...

Review: NINO #26

Let's make 2015 the year NINO bites the dust.

Review: The Imitation Game (2014)

Benedict Cumberbatch is up next in our 2015 Academy Award Roundup.

Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Continuing our 2015 Academy Award Roundup.

Review: Boyhood (2014)

Lawrence continues his reviews of the Oscar nominees.