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Wonder Woman Review

If you’re the type of fan that will be disappointed that there’s no “S&M kinkiness” or that her armor is red, gold, and blue instead of red, white and blue, as David Edelstein of Vulture seems to think some of you might be, then stay home. There’s more than enough skin shown to cause drooling over Gadot’s beauty, and not everything has to be drenched in “America,” and honesty, a golden color make way more sense than white for armor inspired by the ancient Greeks.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales | Review

It's fun. That may be over simplified but for this type of movie there might not be a better compliment. Nobody is going to see Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales because they expect to see Moonlight.

SUPERMAN #25 Review

I honestly don't even know where to begin. Comics like Superman #23 are the reason I love doing what I do. I've never had a job where the work itself was a reward. My biggest reward has to be this series. I jumped in just after "Superman Reborn" and every issue since has pulled me in deeper. Each time adding a new type of creepiness. This time it's of the A Clockwork Orange variety.

Destroyer #2 Review

One of the strengths of Destroyer is that it is not a reboot or reimagining of the classic tale of Frankenstein’s creature. Instead, we...

Grrl Scouts: Magic Socks # 2 Review

So we get some back story on the Magic Socks, all ancient and alien and all that good stuff. And it turns out that...

Crosswind #1 Review

Crosswind is dramatic and suspenseful in its telling of two distinctly different and very personal tales. On the surface, the narratives might seem predictable,...

Aquaman #25 Review

I never thought that I would say this, but wow, Aquaman is a total badass, and with his awesome new looks, artist Stjepan Sejic...