Books and Comic Books

Books and Comic Books

Interview: Alex de Campi

No Mercy returns to shelves this week with Issue #5 and we caught up with series co-writer Alex de Campi to talk about what's...

Michael Keaton In Talks for Villainous Role in New Spider-Man Film

Michael Keaton In Talks for Villainous Role in New Spider-Man Film It's Beetlejuice, Batman, Birdman, and Spider-Man? New reports are spreading like wild fire of...

The Legion Trailer Looks Insane

In case you were wondering, Marvel is looking to keep it’s stellar track record of original television shows going with the announcement of Legion....

Airboy #1 Review

Written by Ryan Demarco When struggling comic writer James Robinson is asked to reboot a classical “Golden Age” comic character Airboy, he feels that he...

Review: IDW Revolution #2

By: Michael S. Dworkis The battle continues. While Scarlett from G.I. Joe turns to an unlikely source for help, Optimus Prime and Soundwave pursue ROM the...

Review: The Circle #3

Written by Rachel Freeman Ahhh. There’s nothing quite like a good dose of horror to start off your comic week. Demons, creepy mind-control, and of...

NYCC Panel Recap: Cast And Crew Talk Outcast

Robert Kirkman is an exceptionally busy man. When he isn't producing the most watched cable television show in history, he's keeping the flagship comic...

Review: Batman #10

Written by Mark Henely When Writer Tom King took the reigns on Batman's solo title, he was stepping into very big shoes. He was following...

Pink Triangle Syndrome: Why Comics’ Latest Gay Moment May Be a Bad Thing

john elliott debuts for pop-break.com with a look at the latest trend in comic books...the gay superhero... There's two points I need to get out...

Review: Batman Beyond #6

The goal of the Batman Beyond comics post the DC Rebirth has always been to restore Batman Beyond to a more recognizable state. Terry...