I love football. Plain and simple, it’s one of my favorite things in the world. I played for 12 years, earned a varsity letter all four years of high school and was an All-State offensive lineman. It’s pretty safe to say that I have a great appreciation for the sport, and when the owner of … Read more


I kind of want to slap myself up the backside of my head– that being a result of the fact that I just realized I have yet to review one of the consistently best books out monthly… THE BEAUTY. Before THE REALM there was this, and it tackles “beauty” as a sexually transmitted disease that turns anyone who catches it … Read more


After what I felt was an underwhelming first issue, I had taken the time to reread it twice more. I did so with the hopes that perhaps I just had my hopes set too high. But after doing so, I still found myself letting out a disappointed, “Meh,” and then proceeding to tell myself, “it’s … Read more

Review: NIGHTWING #35

Growing up, Nightwing was always my favorite member of the Bat-Family. I missed the transition of Dick Grayson from Robin to Nightwing (thanks mom and dad for not having me sooner!), but by the time I started reading comics; Dick had already established himself as a highly respected, talented, and trustworthy superhero in his own … Read more


Hugh Jackman as P.T. Barnum a.k.a. the “Greatest Showman.” The man who founded show business. Is this really the “greatest show?” Find out in my last review of 2017! Stay tuned for what’s to come in 2018! Share this: Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in … Read more

Top Ten: The best issues of 2017

When all is said and done, twenty-seventeen has been one hell of a year for comic books in general. We saw the one-year anniversary of DC Comics’ REBIRTH as well as the transcending dawn of “the” METAL, [both] the end of Marvel‘s SECRET WARS and the start of LEGACY, and many things from the extremely diverse selection that is Image Comics. This year was truly one of … Read more


Paul (Matt Damon) and his wife Audrey (Kristen Wiig) decide to abandon their stressed lives in order to get small and move to a new downsized community a choice that triggers life-changing adventures. Is this film good? Bad? Small? Find out in my smallest review of the year! Give me your thoughts on the film! … Read more