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Lost on Planet Earth #1 drips with Roddenberry sauce and isn't shy about it, down to the uniforms of its crew members.
Friday #1 is certainly good enough to own, and will easily reward repeat readings and this is a work of high value that only gets better.
Trolls World Tour is much, much better than the first film and worth a rental. It is available to stream on VOD services now.
Adventure Finders #2 doesn't have the deep lore of other works but it's an effective one shot giving you enough of the characters.
Trolls World Tour is like cotton candy: sugar fluff that feels exciting but when the rush wears off you realize there's no substance.
Project I.M.P.A.C.T. #2 is a solid, effective sophomore issue is a great mix of law enforcement procedural and superhero team book.
This new story (and it is an original idea, even if it has shades of a literary classic in its conceit) is subtle and sneaks up on you, and mixes
Alethia #13 not an easy climb -- like an artsy film, there's nothing to hold your hand and help ease you into this world.
Spurred on by TKO's announcement that they'd donate half of any purchase made to a comic book store of the buyer's choosing, I bought two relatively safe
Former Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat is back with a new short story on the show’s official BBC website: The Terror of the Empty Ums.
NBC's Brooklyn Nine-Nine is known for its "unique" traditions like this week's The Ultimate Human/Genius Halloween Heist competition, but with a twist.
After eleven seasons, ABC's long-running sitcom Modern Family is wrapping up its run with a two-part series finale, and here's a preview of what to expect.
The WWE Monday Night RAW after WrestleMania is always a big deal, and this year was no exception with some pleasantly surprising returns and debuts.
Here's the thing: with the plethora of fantasy comics coming out these days, from all the licensed stuff, Tales from Nocturnia doesn't meet the standard.
With sweeping, sumptuous imagery and sword and sorcery set in a well-developed interplanetary milieu, Sera the Royal Stars #7 matches the fantasy work