If you haven’t been reading the previous Guardians of the Galaxy books, this first issue is an excellent place to begin.
Mark Zirbel has created a wild mash-up of reports from the front, equal parts transgressive and literary science fiction.
Two new films hit theatres this weekend, but neither were able to make much of dent at the box office.
Richard Stanley. Sabrina The Teenage Witch. The latest edition of The Week in Horror with Tim Murr has it all!
We may only be a few weeks into 2020, but festival season starts early here at Biff Bam Pop! with the fifth edition of the Final Girls Film Festival in Berlin
There are two notable new releases in theatres this weekend, but neither of them will be much competition for cinema’s reigning Bad Boys.
Check out the trailer for “October Faction,” the new Netflix series based on the graphic novel by Steve Niles.
Imagine the most uninviting, eeriest, dank, dark, abandoned amusement park. And then imagine your child getting lost in it.
Songs about the weekend are overrated. Now a good song about, say, Thursday? That’s sweet, my dudes. Take a listen to this Songs in the Key of X.
Heroes & Villains celebrates 10 years of Nicholas Gurewitch’s The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack.
Color Out Of Space star Madeleine Arthur talks about her character of Lavinia, and working with legends Nicolas Cage and Richard Stanley.
The last seven days have been going pretty well for Kelly Thompson, whose first issue penning the exploits of everybody’s favourite Marvel P.I. arrived in print last Wednesday.
Eisner-nominated writer Kelly Thompson will be launching a new Black Widow ongoing series this April with artist Elena Casagrande.