- Screen Reviews
- January 26, 2021
New Haven CT. Makes a pretty sound argument it’s pizza is better than New York or Chicago. And Detroit? Please. Have some respect.
Lego super-heroes take over Brick Journal
Epic swan song, or bust? A lot of hope and hype surround Christopher Nolan’s final installment of his Caped Crusader trilogy. Carefully avoiding spoilers, Steve Stav tosses a Batarang or two in examining The Dark Knight Rises.
Explore the world of Jeff Smith and his little buddy Fone.
A hardback history of Super Heroes on television, from the Man of Steel to the recent Aquaman series.
Matthew Moyer finds Hawkman Companion‘s artwork to be its redemption.
Matthew Moyer is suitably intrigued by this new book about DC Comic’s science fiction titles of the Sixties, and how they summon up a vision of a brave new future that is even more distant now than it was back then.
Still depressed over that last Spider-Man movie? Matthew Moyer recommends you pick up this collection of interviews with Spidey artist extraordinaire Romita and travel back to a simpler time in Marvel Comics. Face it tiger, this is your lucky day!
Everyone has lots to say about John Byrne. Matthew Moyer examines this collection of interviews and art that let the man and his work speak for himself.
The Dark Knight Returns in a whole new epic franchise. Batman has been cleaned up, overhauled and given a dark sense of realism not seen since Tim Burton’s first Batman feature back in the day. Rob Levy is spooked and overjoyed.
Comics legend Murphy Anderson finally gets his own biography, an event big enough to draw in reformed comic geek Aaron Shaul, who actually learns a thing or two along the way.
Dark fantasy writer and palentologist Caitlin R. Kiernan explores the pain and wonder of modern fiction with James Mann.
Matthew Damascus likes to play with dolls — er, we mean action figures. And he’s all geeked up because Captain Marvel’s ancient enemy has made the jump to three dimensions of molded plastic. Shazam!