Spider-Man: Far From Home is the perfect way to end the third phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe; with humor and a ton of heart.
From the previews for next week, it appears the angry fungi have taken Tilly through "The Looking Glass" into their home in the mycelial network, and it appears to be a much more dangerous place than one would assume. "An Obol For Charon" — Ep #204 – Pictured: Anthony Rapp as Stamets of the CBS All[...]
Check out our review of season 3 of Netflix's Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events and see why we found the series' final season a "good" pain.
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The Walking Dead Season 8 'Do Not Send Us Astray' Review: Just in Case You Forgot This Was a Horror Series
After an intense return to form for the series last week, welcome back to another edition of Bleeding Cool’s weekly review/recap of AMC‘s The Walking Dead Season 8 as we take a look at the season's "lucky 13" episode, ‘Do Not Send Us Astray’ - which did a great job reminding us that the show is a horror series.
Before Sunday night's mid-season premiere on AMC, get caught up with Bleeding Cool's recaps of Episodes 1-4 of The Walking Dead season 8.
Another month brings another review of Long Lost. I’ve talked at length about how much I enjoy this series: so how does issue #3 stack up?
So if you're like me you're probably going through a little Happy! withdrawal — but the wait's almost over, folks! Looks like the series took the week off the recharge the batteries because tonight's fifth episode, 'White Sauce? Hot Sauce?', seems to pick up where last episode's major cliff left us hanging.
It's beautiful, painful, sad, and celebratory all at once, and makes for powerful reading. Mine! can be found in Previews right here, and it is still currently possible to preorder via the Kickstarter Backerkit now. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Mine! Anthology is available from December 27th, 2017 and includes work from Gail Simone, Sina Grace, Amber Benson,[...]
Review of Batman #36 from DC Comics by Tom King, Clay Mann, Seth Mann, Jordie Bellaire and Clayton Cowles. The Bat discovers the meaning of friendship.
Review of Runaways #3 from Marvel Comics: Rainbow Rowell, Kris Anka, Matthew Wilson and Joe Caramagna continue the feeling of the beloved original series.
Review of Iceman #7 from Marvel Comics by Sina Grace, Robert Gill, Rachelle Rosenberg and VC's Joe Sabino brings the frosty mutant to We-Ho, honey!
However, there are some major pits that causes the story to stumble somewhat. This is not entirely the fault of Aaron, who manages to pull off an engaging story, even if the majority of it feels like a trip through a creative version of a Marvel Previews catalogue, with a page or two dedicated to a[...]
The Mighty Thor #700 is a massive juggernaut of an issue that is truly worthy of its landmark status in the ongoing story of the God(s) of Thunder.
Review of X-Men Gold #13 from Marvel Comics by Marc Guggenheim and Mike Mayhew, part of Marvel Legacy and opening the Mojo Worldwide crossover.