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12 April 2019

Returning to Hellboy

By // Cinema

I bought my first comic book in a shopping mall comic book store outside of Pittsburgh, PA. It was my freshman year of college, and I’d just made friends with …

23 January 2019

Spider Man: Into the Spider-Verse and the Pure Inspiration that is Miles Morales

By // Cinema

Friends, critics, mortal enemies and comrades in arms…

20 July 2018

San Diego Comic-Con, 2018

By // TV

It’s Comic-Con Time Again! Managing Editor Kelly Bedard is on the scene to bring you tons of coverage from the con floor, the panels, the press rooms, the screenings and …

20 November 2017

The Punisher

By // TV

*moderate spoilers ahead* Some of my earliest memories of the Marvel comics character ‘The Punisher’ come from the old PlayStation 2 game. A gritty third-person shooter where you could have …

03 September 2017

Telltale’s Guardians Ep. 3: More Than A Feeling

By // Games

There’s a distinct problem starting to rear its head in the Guardians series and unfortunately it’s becoming more pronounced as the game goes along: everyone blames Star-Lord for everything, no …

28 August 2017

Telltale’s Batman: The Enemy Within, Ep. 1

By // Games

I’ve loved Batman since before I can remember – the character and mythology has seemingly always been with me, from my early days laughing along with Adam West and Burt …

21 August 2017

What’s Left to Defend in The Defenders

By // TV

*several spoilers below* I spend this weekend watching Netflix’s The Defenders from the comfort of my squashy red armchair, alternating between chuckling at Krysten Ritter’s facial expressions and groaning whenever …

25 July 2017

SDCC ’17 Panel: The Engine of New at DC

By // Books

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con This year, DC Comics is attempting one of the hardest games in comics: inventing new heroes. This …

22 July 2017

SDCC ’17 Panel: SyFy’s Great Debate

By // Cinema

Click Here to read all of our coverage from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con First, a confession: I didn’t have much interest in this panel. One of the best/worst things about …

14 July 2017

Batman/Elmer Fudd: The Crossover You Didn’t Know You Needed

By // Books

Batman/Elmer Fudd #1 by Tom King, illustrated by Lee Weeks, coloured by Lovern Kindzierski…

30 June 2017

Matthew Loux’s Time Museum

By // Books

If you’re looking for an all-ages comic that combines humour, heart, history, and adventure, then look no further: The Time Museum is an absolute delight from start to finish, and …

11 June 2017

TCAF 2017 Roundup

By // Books

Once a year, the Toronto Reference Library transforms into comics nirvana – and despite my love of graphic novels and comics, I’d never been. The Toronto Comic Arts Festival is …

07 June 2017

Wonder Woman– The First Chapter

By // Cinema

In 2011, when Captain America: The First Avenger came out, I wrote a review that basically boiled down to: I’d watch the TV show but am bored with the pilot episode. …

27 April 2017

Batman Watches the Watchmen?

By // Books

*This article contains full spoilers for recent DC Comics – most notably Batman #21 and the recent Superman arc* On paper, what I’m about to pitch is going sound like …

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