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Tina Fey Hosts a Lackluster Saturday Night Live Finale

Saturday Night Live: Tina Fey (host), Nicki Minaj (Musical Guest). Host - Tina Fey I have long thought that there are two components to SNL that...

The Top Sketches from Amy Schumer’s SNL Hosting Gig

Host - Amy Schumer I feel like there are a lot of people out there that are invested in hating Amy Schumer and I think...

SNL Review: The Must-See Sketches of Donald Glover

Saturday Night Live: Donald Glover (Host), Childish Gambino aka Donald Glover (Musical Guest) with cameos from -- Alec Baldwin, Stormy Daniels, Ben Stiller, Zoe...

Review: Batman #42

By: Andrew Fontana Nothing is quite what it initially seems in Tom King's and Mikel Janin's Batman #42. What begins as a high stakes clash between...

Review: Damage #1

  Damage #1 is the first book in DC's "New Age of Heroes", and man does it make an impression. DC's latest character shares a lot...

Review: Batman #37

By: Andrew Fontana Batman #37 is the perfect superhero team-up comic, period. It's perfect not only because Tom King understands what makes these characters tick,...

Review: Batman #35

By: Andrew Fontana Tom King and Joelle Jones' "Rules of Engagement" has been great from the start. King has been telling original and innovative Batman...

Review: Action Comics #992

By: Andrew Fontana Dan Jurgens and Robbie Williams wrap up "The Oz Effect" in a quiet, character focused epilogue that is preoccupied with the emotional...

Saturday Night Live with Larry David: The Three Sketches to Watch

Guest Host: Larry David, Miley Cyrus Musical Guest Last time Larry David hosted SNL, it was in the midst of the 2016 election and David's...

Review: Batman: The Merciless #1

Batman: The Merciless is published by DC Comics. It is written by Peter J. Tomasi with art by Francis Manapul. Here's the thing I...

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #6 (of 6)

By: Rachel Freeman Victor LaValle's Destroyer is published by BOOM! Studios. It is written by Victor LaValle with art by Dietrich Smith. Well, here we are....

Review: Batman #33

By: Andrew Fontana Batman #33 is an odd book. Not bad by any stretch of imagination, and definitely not boring, but among the dark and...

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