Advance Review: UNDYING LOVE #1!

  • March 29th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Undying Love #1
Writers: Tomm Coker & Daniel Freedman
Art: Tomm Coker
Colors: Daniel Freedman
Letters: Michael David Thomas
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
Before even starting this issue, I felt a tinge of familiarity when I saw the name Tomm Coker. I had trouble placing it before remembering that back in October, I favorably reviewed a film called Catacombs, which was written and …

PopShots Web Comic #5! Read it! If you wanna.

Previously on PopShots: Uncle Dunklenutz reveals that he believes he, JD and Slai are all cartoons! But Slai is still skeptical!

Episode 52 up now! Limitless/Paul/Lincoln Lawyer

Hey kiddies, I’m eating Coco Pebbles AND updating the show? What CAN’T I do? Anyway, the new audio episode of PopTards is up now! Listen with the player on the upper right hand of the corner, or SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES!
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Audio version of Episode 51 up now!

Just in case you missed the video version, the audio version of episode 51, wherein we review THE ADJUSTMENT BUREAU is up now! Listen in the upper right hand corner of the site or subscribe on iTUNES now!
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Ultimate Doom #4 reviewed by JD!

  • March 23rd, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Ultimate Doom #4
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Penciler: Rafa Sandoval
Inkers: Roger Bonet with Jordi Tarragona
Colors: Matthew Wilson
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo

4 issues of Ultimate Enemy + 4 issues of Ultimate Mystery + 4 issues of Ultimate Doom = $47.88. This story could have been told for under $25 and would have been just as strong, if not stronger, if …

FF#1 Reviewed by JD!

  • March 23rd, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Writer: Jonathan Hickman
Penciler: Steve Epting
Inkers: Steve Epting & Rick Magyar
Colors: Paul Mounts
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo

Well, that was exactly what I expected. Jonathan Hickman’s run on the Fantastic Four hasn’t really kept me salivating for more. The Human Torch’s death (and Marvel’s treatment of said demise) was lackluster and DID leave me salivating for more, just not in …

Book Review: Stephen King’s FULL DARK, NO STARS

  • March 19th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Books

Growing up, having tried to read several of King’s novels but only succeeding in finishing a select few, I decided to dub him “The author that just likes to TYPE”. This phrase carried a mostly negative connotation, and was meant to imply that his books could use some more editing. In my aforementioned attempts, I grew annoyed that Mr. King …