Review: The Flash

To quote a friend of mine, “DC just whipped their dick out onto the table.” Following the series premiere of The Flash last night, I’m inclined to agree. Following the amazing success of two seasons of Arrow, Warner Brothers and DC Entertainment have gone for broke with their ambitious plans for television. We have Gotham airing

SDCC 2014: Marvel’s Agent Carter

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has definitely blazed a television trail for Marvel Studios. Its success has proven that the stories and characters of the MCU can and do translate to the small screen. Couple that with the popularity of the Agent Carter One-Shot featuring Captain America: The First Avenger‘s stalwart

Review: Star Wars #20

This will be a day long remembered… The final installment in Dark Horse’s ongoing Star Wars series arrives today, capping Brian Wood’s run as writer at 20 issues. Over the course of the 20 issues, Wood deftly filled in the gap between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back, focusing on the Rebellion’s struggle

SDCC 2014: Halo: The Master Chief Collection

The Halo series continues to be one of the most popular video game franchises in history, spawning not only nine games, but also novels, comics, and even a live-action miniseries. After taking over the production of Halo games from Bungie in 2011, 343 Industries has strived to continue the Halo legacy and create new and exciting content for its rabid