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Review: All-New Ghost Rider #1 (Smith and Moore)

Fasten your seat belt! This isn't your daddy's Ghost Rider.

Review: Avengers #27 (Hickman)

Great cover and art. Disappointing story that goes no where.

Review: Silver Surfer #1

A light-hearted, upbeat book about a guy who can fly through space.

Review: The Walking Dead #124

Eugene takes center stage as Kirkman's tale of "All Out War" leads to devastating consequences! DO NOT miss this issue!

TV Review: Avengers Assemble -- "All-Father's Day"

One of the greatest Odin/Thor sagas of all time.

Review: Nova #15 (Duggan)

Unfortunately it’s been bad – but the worst is yet to come.

Review: American Vampire: Second Cycle #1

Snyder and Albuquerque have created a masterpiece all over again, with more tension and ferocity than ever before!

Review: Green Lantern: New Guardians #29

Great script, breath-taking Walker art: one of your better buys this week.

Review: Daredevil #1

Waid and Samnee: one of the great comics runs of our time.

Review: Thor, God of Thunder #20

Thor, God of Thunder #20 is a triumph for the eye and mind.

TV Review: Avengers Assemble -- "The Ambassador"

Look out, Falcon. Cap has a new podna: Victor Von Doom?

Advanced Review: Battlestar Galactica #9

The frightening arc comes to a startling conclusion you will not guess.

Review: All-New X-Factor #4

It's got all the right parts, but this machine is just not functioning correctly.

Review: Mighty Avengers #8 (Ewing)

Fun and fast, Al Ewing's Mighty Avengers should at the top of your pull list.

Review: Green Lantern Corp #29 (Vensen)

Not one of Vensen's strongest issues as a new evil rears its head.

Advanced Review: Six Million Dollar Man: Season Six #1

Season Six the way it should have been, except with staples.

Advanced Review: Magnus: Robot Fighter #1

A new action-packed book with a mystery and a heart.

Movie Review: Mr. Peabody and Sherman (2014)

An all-ages movie that is also a love letter for us 1960s-gen geezers.

TV Review: Avengers Assemble -- "Mojo World"

Action, humor, an excellent toon. And it all starts with a pickle.

Review: Nova #14 (Duggan)

If you’re a true cosmic fan and a true fan of Rider Nova, the best thing you can do is leave this trash on the shelf.

Review: Moon Knight #1 (Ellis and Shalvey)

A stunning debut to what may be the quintessential Moon Knight series.

Review: Magneto #1

Not the book you may expect, but the book you will be buying next month.

Review: Green Lantern #29 (Venditti and Tan)

Such a wonderful book deserves a better ending.

Advanced Review: Turok, Dinosaur Hunter #2

Turok is fast becoming one of Dynamite's best offerings.

Advanced Review: Warlord of Mars #34

Warlord of Mars remains a dependable monthly sampling of great sci-fi.

Review: Fantastic Four #1 (Robinson and Kirk)

I you like red, this issue is for you. If not, it's a stinker!

TV Review: Avengers Assemble -- "Savages"

Hysterical and full of action, this is one of the best in the series.

Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy #12

Just when you didn't think it could get any worse - it does.

Review: Mighty Avengers #7 (Ewing)

Perhaps the best Avengers story, and book, to come down the pike yet.

Review: The Walking Dead #122

Robert Kirkman has been building his best storyline yet, no one should be missing "All Out War!"