My rulings on new DC Comics titles featuring Birds of Prey, Justice League and Teen Titans.
There are numerous other small presses out there. Check them out - you might discover a gem of your own.
The 2D production drawings steal the show in this artbook of the pioneering CG serial.
Enter the world of Mandisa, and see what it takes to be an overweight woman who becomes an international American Idol sensation.
In which our intrepid manga explorer enters into the realm of Boy Love manga.
The sounds of a society in turmoil and confusion are never pleasant.
Dream Theater meets Type O Negative in the land of the dead.
Different strokes for different folks.Isn't that how the saying goes?
Vintage have a sound and style dripping with the stench of a groovy retro clothing shop.
Caspar uses a different weapon than his dad, but on "Massaker," his aim is no less deadly.
Spanish Viking metal?
At least one music historian has described Johnnie Ray as a cross between Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley.
Manic Street Preachers return to their roots on this short but engaging album.
There's more than narcissism in David Henry Hwang's Yellow Face, making its world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum in Hwang's hometown of Los Angeles.
Oprah Winfrey and Essence Magazine join forces to find mentors for black children.
Band Aid creates a line of blister-relief products that actually work.
Atari doesn't leave handheld fans behind with a solid translation of this superb racer.
An inspiring documentary about this underrated and controversial American author.
The Pang Brothers. I'm thinking Danny and Oxide should change their names to Hit and Miss.
Pirates of the Carribean III may have confused your local reviewer -- but I think I get it: it's crazy. Incidentally, I think David Lynch would get it, too.
Zzzz ... zzzz ... zzzz ... Huh?! What's that?! There's a Hannibal Lecter movie going on?
The '40s were filled with formulaic action films but at the end of the decade Wayne made four classics.
The following horrors shall release themselves upon your unsuspecting community this May 29, 2007...
Raymond Burr solves mysteries from his wheelchair.
Since when are domestic arguments comedy in Hollywood?
Hostel: Part II provides the most painful torture you can imagine. It's caused by sheer boredom.
Barry Bonds, physical specimen, has turned into a fat old man as he stumbles in pursuit of Aaron’s record.
The astronauts have feet of clay but their spirits soar to the stars.
Maybe Israeli intelligence is involved in the abduction of a respected BBC journalist in the Gaza Strip. Or?
Why Time magazine's much-needed evaluation of No Child Left Behind left out some important points.
Or why the Cold War was not 'the decisive battle' between liberty and totalitarianism.
America is conflicted over who determines life and death - and for whom the death knell will sound.
The possibility of the rise of an American theocracy is all too real. To ignore that possibility is to do so at one's peril.