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Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

After a surprise appearance in Captain America: Civil War, Tom Holland joined Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man. When Sony entered into a partnership with Marvel, it came as a pleasant surprise to me, loosening their grip on the wall-crawler to ensure a wider shared cinematic universe. However, by all accounts it was a […]

Must-Have Nerdy Tattoos

Anyone who has a tattoo, or even many of them, will know that itch to get ‘just one more’. I’ve had this itch for a while now but still haven’t settled on the next design/position/tattoo artist. Do I want something symbolic or representative of family or friends? Do I want something kick-ass and ‘cool’? Or […]

Preacher S02E03 ‘Damsels’ Review

I woke up Monday morning thinking “No Twin Peaks last night, but at least I have Preacher.” Then I remembered that Preacher changed days and that now it’s on Tuesdays, which was slightly annoying. I even considered going back to bed and waking up on Tuesday, but that would’ve been too much. Anyway, this episode […]

First Marvel’s Inhumans Trailer Released

The first Marvel’s Inhumans trailer landed and it has given us a pretty good look at the super powered beings. Despite the lack of actual super powers being used in it! I love a good trailer, I really do! Unfortunately Marvel’s Inhumans really doesn’t do itself any favours. I don’t know, I mean in a visual sense, […]

John Wick’s Comic Gets Creative Team

After John Wick: Chapter 2 came out, the people in charge said there’d be an expanded universe. That was a great thing, considering that both films left me with lots of questions about how that underworld operates, especially in terms of how much a gold coin is worth and whatnot. As part of that a […]

Nananananananana BATMAN! Back Issues

This last week we mourned the passing of the great Adam West, a man who has been synonymous with Batman since some of his earliest screen appearances. The usual image we get of the Dark Knight Detective is a brooding, demonic figure, perched above a gothic city skyline. Adam West’s Batman couldn’t possibly be any […]

X-Men Generation X #1 – Comicphiles

Written by Christina Strain Art by Amilcar Pinna Cover by Terry Dodson  The first comic I ever picked up was a story featuring the X-Men. I was obsessed with Xavier and his band of mutant misfits for years, but for the past few years I’ve been more interested in comics outside the realms of the […]