King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is a weird mish-mash of a movie, and without ever gelling its disparate elements the final product is tedious.
Earlier this year, Marvel Comics restructured how readers could redeem their digital comics codes — and fans were not happy. They listened, they changed, and now Marvel’s Buy Print, Get Digital service is better than ever!
Take in some classic adventures with this week’s top picks — Star Wars: The Screaming Citadel #1 and Future Quest #12!
Produced by the same team responsible for The Boy With The Displaced Smile, Revolving Doors proves an interesting interlude from the current Tenth Doctor story.
Held annually in Dallas since 2013, WhoFestDFW provides a family-friendly event with a variety of activities for Doctor Who fans of all-ages.
Texas Frightmare Weekend – the largest horror convention in the American Southwest was this weekend and we have pictures of the festivities!
[WARNING: The following review does contain spoilers for the novel American Gods as well as the first episode of the TV series American Gods.] Released from prison a few days early after his wife Laura’s untimely death, Shadow Moon reentered the world to discover that all the good things that were waiting for him had […]
[The Following Review Contains SPOILERS!] Moving out of your parents’ home is a rite of passage and Bill is quick to seize the opportunity when a friend asks her if she’d like to flat-share with her and a group of other young people trying to find a place of their own. Perhaps it was Bill’s recent […]