Books and Comic Books

Books and Comic Books

The Collection: Jarrad Leary

Name: Jarrad Leary 

The State/Country You Live In: Sheffield, England 

Favorite Horror Film and Why: Halloween (1978) - I see Halloween as a work of art,...

Star Trek/Green Lantern #1 Review

Written by Marley Ghizzone Written by veteran Star Trek comic author Mike Johnson, The Spectrum War is a six part miniseries. IDW and DC Entertainment...

Review: Nightwing #5

Written By: Rob Avon With the first arcs of the Batman titles just finishing up, we now get our first Bat-Family crossover in the DC...

Pop-Break Live: New York Comic Con 2013 Part 1



New York Comic-Con. My Christmas. The weekend that I cherish every October, and miss so bad when it’s over. This year was no different;...

Review: Transformers: Optimus Prime #4

Turn the dial up to 11. The boom drops and Michael Bay was not needed for any surplus explosions. The Junkions have let loose...

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: Django/Zorro Hardcover

Written By: Mark Henely Creating a sequel for a beloved film is a daunting task. Django Unchained was an Academy Award winning film that ended...

#FridayReads: ‘The Girl With All The Gifts’ by M.R. Carey

Future England. There's this disease taking over people's brains and making them into zombie-like creatures pleasantly called "The Hungries." Then there's this medical-military outpost,...

Review: Superman #1

Of the Rebirth books released so far, the Superman-related series have been the weakest. Largely, that's because they're based on a flawed premise: rather...

Review: Supergirl #3

Written by Andrew Fontana Supergirl 3 continues Steve Orlando's winning streak of effective characterization and winning humor. In this issue we get to see Argo...