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Review: Saucer State #2

Review: Saucer State #2

June 29th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

IDW Publishing brings us issue 2 of Saucer State depicting a world in turmoil with a potential invasion on the horizon. Our contributor, Darryll Robson, enters the fray to see if we stand a chance or should be heading for the hills. Review: Saucer State...

Review: Clue #1

Review: Clue #1

June 28th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Proving that comics can have many strings to their bows, IDW Publishing have put out a new comedy whodunnit in the form of Clue and our contributor, Darryll Robson, entered the murder house to check out the suspects. Review: Clue #1 It was a board...

Film Review: War for the Planet of the Apes

Film Review: War for the Planet of the Apes

June 28th, 2017 | by Jordan Samuel

Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) surprised many with an original story, great performances and solid direction; channeling elements of the prior titles with flair. Years have passed and 2017 brings us the trilogy's end 'War for the Planet of the Apes'. But...

Review: Trinity #10

Review: Trinity #10

June 25th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #10 continued Batman’s, Superman’s, and Wonder Woman’s odyssey through the disabled and infected Justice League Watchtower in Dead Space — Part 2. The multitalented Francis Manapul provided the story, art, colors, and cover of the latest issue, which ComiConverse writer T. Kyle King is...

Secret Identities: Are They Really Secret?

Secret Identities: Are They Really Secret?

June 25th, 2017 | by Joseph Gioeli

The secret identity has been a staple in comic books since the very beginning; but it seems that as time goes on, these secret identities are starting to become less and less secret. Our Joseph Gioeli delves into this situation to get to the bottom...

The Best Superpower: What Would You Choose?

The Best Superpower: What Would You Choose?

June 24th, 2017 | by Joseph Gioeli

The question that has been a hot button topic amongst comic book fans – and even those who are not – has famously been, “What is the best superpower to have?”. Our Joseph Gioeli breaks this question down with superhuman skill. The Best Superpower: What Would...

5 Steps to Navigate the World of Comic Books

5 Steps to Navigate the World of Comic Books

June 24th, 2017 | by Davis McCondichie

When someone first walks into a comic book shop, it can be overwhelming. Our Davis McCondichie has some ideas to ease you in to one of the world's great hobbies. 5 Steps to Navigate the World of Comic Books Walls are decorated floor-to-ceiling with superheroes...

The Future of The Transformers Franchise is Rated R

The Future of The Transformers Franchise is Rated R

June 24th, 2017 | by Tommy Zimmer

Transformers director Michael Bay has been mapping out the future of the franchise with a bunch of writers. “We got 12 great writers together and they kind of created a viable way the universe could go,” Bay told Fandango. “Spielberg and I liked a couple...

Review: Superman #25
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Review: Superman #25

June 24th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #25 concluded the Black Dawn story arc with a sixth and final chapter entitled Fade to Black. The oversized issue was co-authored by Patrick Gleason and Peter J. Tomasi, with pencils by Doug Mahnke and Gleason. ComiConverse’s Krypton-centric contributor, T. Kyle King, brings you...

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #2

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #2

June 24th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Boom Studios! modern take on Frankenstein continues this week and our contributor, Darryll Robson, takes a look at expanding world that Victor LaValle has created. Review: Victor LaValle's Destroyer #2 The emotional family story and birthing metaphors from Mary Shelley’s’ original Frankenstein novel take a...

Film Review: Baby Driver

Film Review: Baby Driver

June 24th, 2017 | by Jordan Samuel

Edgar Wright’s Three Flavors Cornetto Trilogy is regarded as the best British comedy series in decades, balancing both smart humor and solid performances. The World's End (2013) concluded that series, but what's next for the acclaimed director? Find out as Jordan Samuel reviews the funky...

Review: Super Sons #5

Review: Super Sons #5

June 23rd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Super Sons #5 followed up on Jonathan Kent’s and Damian Wayne’s initial adventure together with a tale focused on the aftermath of Robin’s and Superboy’s clash with Kid Amazo. Regular series writer Peter J. Tomasi was joined by artist Alisson Borges for Battle in the...

Awesome Con Lives Up To It’s Name!

Awesome Con Lives Up To It’s Name!

June 22nd, 2017 | by Linda Marie

Awesome Con took place this past weekend at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. Just when I thought I knew all that a comic convention could be, my eyes opened to an experience I never anticipated. With only 5 years under it's...

Transformers: The Last Knight Review

Transformers: The Last Knight Review

June 22nd, 2017 | by Jordan Samuel

Transformers (2007) came out 10 years ago and spawned a billion-dollar franchise but failed to impress critically. Paramount Pictures are banking on a shared universe with the iconic characters, but does it survive yet another new outing? Our Film Critic Jordan Samuel reviews Transformers: The...

Looking Back At Batman #1: The Court of Owls

Looking Back At Batman #1: The Court of Owls

June 18th, 2017 | by Jeffrey Hull

Batman: The Court of Owls has now become one of the most memorable Batman arcs to emerge from DC Comics in modern times. Its themes and plot points have made their way to the small screen on Gotham. The real accomplishment of the arc, however,...

Review: Supergirl #10

Review: Supergirl #10

June 17th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Supergirl #10 continued the exciting Escape from the Phantom Zone adventure, in which Kara Zor-El, Barbara Gordon, and Ben Rubel are trapped in the Kryptonian netherworld. Writer Steve Orlando and artist Brian Ching teamed up to bring readers an action-packed Supergirl/Batgirl pairing, which ComiConverse Krypton...

Game Review: Danganronpa 1-2 Reload

Game Review: Danganronpa 1-2 Reload

June 17th, 2017 | by Alan Stock

Danganronpa 1-2 Reload is a collection of two murder-mystery interactive novel games, out now on PlayStation 4. An older version of the collection is available on PlayStation Vita. The original games appeared on the Sony PSP, IoS and Android systems. Alan Stock dusts off his...

Review: Superwoman #11

Review: Superwoman #11

June 17th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superwoman #11, written by K. Perkins and pencilled by Jose Luis, brought readers the second installment of the Rediscovery story arc. Lana Lang looks to right a grievous wrong suffered by the Irons family in the latest issue, which ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King is...

Review: Action Comics #981

Review: Action Comics #981

June 16th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #981 — sporting a cover that featured a clever homage — delivered the third chapter of the Revenge story arc. Written by Dan Jurgens with artwork by Jack Herbert, the latest issue brought General Zod into the mix. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King...

Review: New Super-Man #12

Review: New Super-Man #12

June 16th, 2017 | by Kyle King

New Super-Man #12 furthered the series’ Zero Ultimatum storyline in an installment scripted by Gene Luen Yang and pencilled by Billy Tan. Kong Kenan, Peng Deilan, and the Justice League of China confront Super-Man Zero and Sorcerer Monk Fahai in another jam-packed issue, which ComiConverse contributor...

Review: Winnebago Graveyard #1

Review: Winnebago Graveyard #1

June 15th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Pagan rituals, late night slaughters and journeys through the wilderness for unsuspecting holiday makers; this is the meat of Image Comics’ new horror title Winnebago Graveyard. It’s a case of something new paying homage to something old as our contributor, Darryll Robson, enters the dark...

Review: Wonder Woman: Blu-Ray Commemorative Edition

Review: Wonder Woman: Blu-Ray Commemorative Edition

June 13th, 2017 | by Nickie Novelist

With the new Wonder Woman movie being released, I picked up this commemorative Blu-Ray with new cover art and a steel book case. The original film was released in 2009. Again, I found myself pleasantly surprised at the witty dialogue and zippy adult humor. Bonus,...

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