Grand Admiral Thrawn has become one of the more popular characters in Star Wars now you can read the comic adaptation of Timothy Zahn’s novel, Thrawn.
Marvel Comics has created a one-shot that will give fans who liked The Last Jedi some back story on how the planet Crait became a Rebel base long before the First Order.
If your a Batman fan like myself your always looking out for good crossover story, but later this month a hunter who’s better known for hunting rabbits, comes to Gotham City hunting bats.
A new documentary will take a look at the co-creator of Batman that some might not be aware of existed.
When you talk about Batman there are a few names that come to mind that are influential when it comes to the iconic super hero and one of those names says the focus needs to be on the mission.
We’re all familiar with Ellen Ripley and her battles with the Alien and in 2017 we’ll get to see Captain Picard and the rest of the TNG crew take them on.
Marvel’s newest hero, Riri Williams! Forged on the violent streets of Chicago, this 15-year old MIT student is going it alone and ready to show the Marvel Universe what she can do as Ironheart!
There is a new Iron Man in town and his name is Victor Von Doom. The greatest villain of the Marvel Universe will try something new. Where Tony Stark failed, Doom will succeed. What is Doom’s Master Plan?
Adam West’s 1960’s Batman will team up with Lynda Carter’s 1970’s Wonder Woman in a new comic book series.
It’s a time of renewed hope for the Rebel Alliance as heroic rebel soldiers strive to undermine Imperial forces throughout the galaxy.
The Killing Joke is one of Batman’s most talked about comic of all time and my friends over at the True Believers asked me to be a part of the discussion when it came to the recent animated movie.
Netflix’s newest superhero drama will give Harlem a hero in Luke Cage as Mike Colter gets ready to star in Marvel’s latest series.
Created by Marv Wolfman and George Perez for The New Teen Titans comic series in 1980, Deathstroke will soon be a part of Warner Brothers DCEU as we all found out this past week.
Star Trek has always had a long and rich history and not just in television and the movies, but the comics as well and I had the pleasure of beaming over to join the “True Believers” in their latest Podcast.
It is a period of unrest. In a galaxy oppressed by the Empire’s merciless cruelty, there is little hope for the future. Nonetheless, rebels have banded together to fight back against corruption.
It is a time of rebuilding for the Empire. After the destruction of the Death Star, Darth Vader is atoning for his failure by destroying all who would oppose the Empire.
The third movie in Warner Brothers DCEU finally arrived at theaters in the form of “Suicide Squad” and we here at Reggie’s Take review the movie as only we know how.
Its a bird, its a plane, its a rare copy of the first comic to feature Superman and it recently sold at auction for nearly a million dollars.
20th Century Fox has set the official release date for X-Men: Apocalypse’s upcoming release to home video.
Just when he thought he was out, Princess Leia pulled him back in. Han Solo tried to leave the rebellion behind and return to his smuggling days, but the rebel princess made him an offer he couldn’t refuse.
By the time Marvel’s Civil War II concludes its comic-book event Tony Stark will no longer be Iron Man and a 15 year old African American female will take over.
In case you weren’t aware, Warner Brothers have released enough posters for their Suicide Squad movie to make even Batman scratch his cowl in wonder, but if you haven’t seen them all we’ve got you covered.
Captain America: Civil War is the fifth biggest opening of all time and the highest-grossing film of the year, so far and now has a release date for home video.
It’s true-all of it! The biggest movie of the year jumps from the big screen to the comic book page!