Over the last couple of years, I have found MMA, and more specifically, the UFC to be a complete bore. The lack of stars and divisional relevance along with the oversaturation of events has made the majority of the fights… Read More ›
<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” lang=”en”> #TheShadow #GreenHornet Dark Nights by Michael Uslan “is a fantastic read,” reviews @MidnightLogicGo http://t.co/4Tnxt6cuy6 — Dynamite (@DynamiteComics) March 24, 2014 I’ve been writing comic book reviews at Forces of Geek for almost three years. During that time,… Read More ›
Most people, including myself, were expecting some sort of second zombie apocalypse. While this didn’t happen, fans paid one dollar more for 30 uninterrupted well-paced pages that changed everything for Rick and company.
Besides professional wrestling, He-Man defined my childhood as I played with the action figures and my Snake Mountain play set until the cows came home. I didn’t think this book would make the list because I thought it would only appeal to fans of the… Read More ›
The original Ultimate Comics Spider-Man crew is back together with the first installment of this highly anticipated series. One of the things that drew me to the series is how this creative team would handle the original Peter Parker.
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #7 | Writer: Brian Michael Bendis | Art: Chris Samnee | Publisher: Marvel Comics | Price: $3.99 Brian Michael Bendis has done a masterful job of providing comic book fans with a feel good story that follows a character you love to cheer for.
Red Lanterns #6 | Writer: Peter Milligan | Art: Ed Benes, Diego Bernard & Rebecca Buchmann | Colors: Nathan Eyring | Publisher: DC Comics | Price: $2.99 British professor Jack Moore has dealt with a lifetime of torment and ridicule. He buried his anger thinking he could keep his feelings in line…. Read More ›