Justice League Week kicks off with the the second volume of Grant Morrison’s epic JLA run from the 90s.
We here had some thoughts back at the tail end of 2016 for all the stuff coming in 2017. How did those things turn out?
Three Geeks, none of whom are particularly big fans of the movie, get together to discuss the original Blade Runner in time for the long-awaited sequel.
A big game hunter finds he can switch minds with a powerful golden gorilla. Now that’s some Silver Age silliness.
Ridley Scott’s follow-up to Prometheus has a title that promises more xenomorphs. Does he deliver the goods?
What’s coming out this year that might be worth our time?
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