Ryan Gosling heads to Universal’s Wolfman, and more news in The Week in Horror.
Mirka Andolfo’s Mercy is interesting and tense, with genuine moments of suspense and fear for characters’ wellbeing.
Figure Friday’s E.A. Henson celebrated Memorial Day last weekend with a major task – putting together Transformers’ Furai Action Optimus Prime.
Finding a purpose is a task everyone goes through in their own way. The High Note highlights multiple characters either finding that purpose or reestablishing their purpose.
In the latest edition of What To Watch While Staying Inside looks at, Vivian Patruno looks at the critically acclaimed series The Last Dance.
New comics continue to roll out – this week E.A. Henson looks at new issues of The Flash and Marauders.
In Hawkeye: Freefall Clint Barton is witty and appealing, even when he’s messing up around his Avengers compatriots
In this video installment of The Week in Horror, Tim Murr shares Memorial Day viewing recommendations.
Fresh takes on vampires aren’t easy in this day and age, but No Heroine #1 from Sour Point Press manages to deliver some bite.
Sachin Hingoo is killing time in quarantine with John Wick: Hex and Kingdom: Two Crowns.
Trying to encapsulate the excitement and energy of Adventureman #1 into a text review is very much like trying to catch lightning in a bottle.
Biff Bam Pop!’s Sachin Hingoo remembers WWE Superstar Shad Gaspard.
This week’s edition of What To Watch While Staying Inside looks at the Mindy Kaling-created Never Have I Ever.