PoP! takes a comprehensive look back on 30 years of Grendel, one of the most innovative titles in independent comics history. This week: A look at the original Grendel, Hunter Rose, and his “grand-daughter,” Christine Spar. The saga begins here with one of the most popular characters in comics.
From the mystical city of K’un-L’un to the offices of Alias Investigations, the back half of Marvel’s Netflix offerings couldn’t have more different source material. Take a look at who we see as filling the fictional shoes of Rand, Jones and their pals.
The Scooby Gang explore their future career options and meet another Slayer in this exciting two-parter.
In an unprecedented move, Marvel Studios and Netflix have entered a 60-episode deal to produce 4 series based on their stable of street-level heroes. We’ve got news on showrunners, but not on-screen talent. Come speculate with us, won’t you?
Buffy experiences her first case of Vampire Envy and Giles confronts his reckless youth as Season 2 gets more interesting with each episode.
Kelly Harrass brings his analysis of Grant Morrison’s ‘Batman’ run to an end in this piece, looking at how it all fits into the greater DC continuity, the “ending” that Morrison has in mind for Batman, and his final thoughts on the run as a whole.
The gang encounters the world’s most evil fraternity (which is saying a lot) and sort of remake HALLOWEEN III in these two fun-filled adventures.
Panels on Pages talk to the creators of Dark Horse’s newest graphic novel, “Sabertooth Swordsman,” about the creation of the title, what it took to get published, and the state of comics in 2013 and why we need a little more fun.
Frankly, none of us have enough rad things in our lives. With that in mind, dive into the world of Canadian Filk duo Debs and Errol and be wowed by their unbridled radness. We dare you to even try to resist their charm.
Fan-favorite vampire bad boy Spike makes his series debut and Xander explores yet another doomed romance in these two solid episodes.
Buffy recovers from her near-death experience, fights more vampires, and encounters a horny Frankenstein as Season Two begins.
Buffy fights an invisible girl with a grudge and has her fated confrontation with The Master as the first season comes to a close.
The Scoobies encounter a talking, knife-wielding ventriloquist dummy and face down their worst fears and anxieties. As if the puppet wasn’t enough.
PoP! Sidekick Kelly Harrass continues his look at Grant Morrison’s ‘Batman’ run. In this installment, Kelly tries to explain ‘Batman: RIP’ and ‘Final Crisis’, talks about some artists, and breaks down Morrison’s use of the Joker.
Buffy and Willow both find out some disturbing facts about the boys they like. It reminds me of that old song by the J. Geils Band…”Freeze Frame.”
After much expectation and fanfaire. the first foray into Marvel TV is here… and it’s alright. After nonstop homeruns on the big screen, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. isn’t the huge win many fans hoped it would be.
Buffy dips her toes in the dating pool and Xander falls in with the wrong crowd. Also, people get eaten.
These two early BUFFY episodes are light on vampires but heavy on character development and surprisingly well-done teen drama.
PoP! Sidekick Kelly Harrass begins his look back on Grant Morrison’s recently wrapped up run on ‘Batman’. In this installment, Kelly examines the characterization of Bruce Wayne, discovers who Simon Hurt is, and puts the run in its correct reading order.
A new cycle of It’s New To Me begins with a review of the first two episodes of the show that made Joss Whedon the geek god we all know and love.
AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER ends in epic fashion with the final showdown between Aang and Fire Lord Ozai.
Zuko helps Katara with some unfinished business and the gang learns that imitation is not necessarily a form of flattery in the two penultimate episodes before the big series finale .
Zuko proves his loyalty to the team by helping Sokka bust his father and girlfriend out of a high-security Fire Nation jail in this epic two-part tale.
Prince Zuko joins the team and begins his journey towards redemption in these two righteous installments of AVATAR’s final season.
It’s New To Me – AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER (“Nightmares and Daydreams” / “The Day of Black Sun, Part 1: The Invasion” / “The Day of Black Sun, Part 2: The Eclipse”)
Team Avatar finally brings the fight directly to the Fire Nation in this thrilling and wonderfully entertaining trio of episodes.
The ladies of Team Avatar are the focal point of this week’s episodes, plus a healthy dose of explosions and…FRIGGIN’ BLOODBENDING!!!