REVIEW: The Flintstones #1 (DC Comics, 2016)

The Flintstones #1 (DC Comics) STORY : Mark Russell ART : Steve Pugh (interior art) and Chris Chuckry (colours) One of the latest efforts in the DC Comics company-wide revamp has been to take old Hanna-Barbera cartoons and, well, revamp them for a new age and a new audience. Now the warning sign in these…

5 Most Under-Rated TV Shows right now!

Greetings fellow TV-fiends! I’ve been enjoying a lot of the really good and entertaining television out there in the past year or so, as my prior posts about TV shows might attest. But apart from the big, well known names and shows that have either been acclaimed like mad, highly awarded or practically become a…

Why JESSICA JONES isn’t “All that!”

Well I’m going to partly prepare for some hate coming my way for this but I think JESSICA JONES was not as great as people are making it out to be – it’s good, don’t get me wrong, but is it great? Would I watch it again? Am I dying for season 2? No, not…

REVIEW: ODY-C #1

ODY-C #1 (Image Comics) Story : Matt Fraction Art : Christian Ward (art), Dee Cunniffe (flattening) and Chris Eliopoulos (letters) Definitely a comic quite unlike any I’ve read before – Matt Fraction continues to be one of the most prolific and genuinely creative writers of the here and now and Image is clearly still on…

REVIEW: Big Trouble In Little China #4 (Boom Studios, 2014)

Big Trouble In Little China #4 (Boom Studios) STORY : John Carpenter (story), Eric Powell (script) ART : Brian Churilla (art), Michael Garland (colours) and Ed Dukeshire (letters) This may be the greatest comic ever written. “Big Trouble In Little China: The continuing adventures of Jack Burton and the Pork-Chop Express.” When I saw that…

Palahniuk divulges details of ‘Fight Club’ sequel!

I always wondered if this day would come – the day when Chuck Palahniuk (he of the impossible last name!) would ever do the unthinkable and try to out-do the gleefully magnificent and blood-soaked madness that was his most famous book: Fight Club. That he decided to do it as a comic (NOT a “graphic…