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DVD Review: ‘Arrow – Season Two’


Arrow's second season was full of unforgettable characters, emotional growth, and stunning action, which continue to deliver, and make this show worth not only watching, but rewatching. Read More »

Book Review: ‘New Life and New Civilizations: Exploring Star Trek Comics’ edited by Joseph F. Berenato


An excellent collection of essays analyzing how the TV show was adapted into four-color panels and word balloons. Read More »

‘The Flash’ (2014) Pilot Screened at Comic-Con

The Flash Ad

With the success of Smallville and Arrow, I imagine The Flash will find a similar audience and do just as well. Read More »

Johnny Manziel: The Superman to Save Cleveland?

Johnny Cleveland (Credit: Cleveland Plain Dealer)

As far as "heroes" go, they come and go relatively quickly on the shores of Lake Erie. All we can really hope for (as icons go) is that Manziel is more like Kal-El at the end of a draft day. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘DC Super Heroes: The Filmation Adventures, Volume 1′


If the 2008 collection can't be found, then I recommend superhero fans pick up the two volumes of this title. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Beware the Batman: Shadows of Gotham, Season 1 Part 1′


A fresh take on the material thanks to the incorporation of new elements, Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Man of Steel’


Where is Superman? Not here in this disappointing entry into the comic-book canon. Read More »

Why a Hollywood Adaption of ‘The Atom’ Would Be Smashing


It's time for the Amazing Atom ...the Astounding Atom ....uh, the Smashing Atom. Read More »

Salt Lake City’s First Comic Con a Force to Reckon With


Eighty thousand attended on Saturday along, with the promise of appearances by both William Shatner and Stan Lee. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Man of Steel’ Movie Novelization by Greg Cox


Like most novelizations of films, if you didn't like the movie in the theater, you're not going to like it as a book. Read More »