4.5

Argo (2012) Review

  No one is happier than me that Ben Affleck, after years of being a mockable Hollywood star and paparazzi fodder, reinvented himself into a respectable director of movies for grown-ups. All those...
3.0

Taken 2

 Has anyone yet pointed out what a solid action director Pierre Morel is? While he's only had three films under his belt -- all in collaboration with French action genius Luc Besson -- each one...
5.0

Review: Message to Adolf Part 1

(NOTE: Apologies for the quality of the images -- this book is nearly 700 pages and I had to take photos of the pages with my phone like some spy. Hopefully they accurately convey how great the book...
3.5

Review: Happy! #1 (of 4)

Nick Hanover: For the past several years, Grant Morrison has been on a mythology kick, attempting to turn the bulk of his mainstream comics work into an exploration of The Superhero as a modern family of...
2.5

Solomon Kane Review

 What makes for a good pulp story? It's a broad subset of fiction to generalize, I know, but it seems like the representative portions don't exactly reinvent the wheel in the respective...
4.5

Fair Trade Comics: Cow Boy

Fair Trade Comics is an ongoing series where Comics Bulletin looks at creator-owned comics that you can read without guilt or moral compromise.   Is it possible for an all-ages comic to have...
4.0

One Year Later: Wonder Woman

One year in, and "The New 52" has now shifted to "The 52." How's it been? Steve Morris investigates in a series we're calling "One Year Later." Except, um, Danny Djeljosevic fills in for this one. One of my...
2.0

Battleship DVD Review

Neil Gaiman once wrote that the true art of Hollywood isn't the movie, but the contracts signed in order to make the movie. The film itself, then, is merely an unfortunate but necessary by-product of...