Shock ‘n Awe review the Toys ‘R Us exclusive Star Wars Black Series, 6 inch Rogue One Imperial Hover Tank Pilot from Hasbro. The guys welcome another guest reviewer. Shock ‘n Awe Toy Reviews: 2 Idiots. 1 camera. And a review. Please comment below and if you enjoyed our review, like and subscribe to our channel. Let us know what you liked, didn’t like and any ideas you may have for other toys you’d like to see reviewed in future episodes! Twitter: @ShockNAweToys Follow Wilson on Twitter @scaabs Follow the Berg on Twitter @RagiFoesmasher www.Facebook.com/ShockNAweToyReviews All content is copyright of
This week a new version of DC’s Direct Currents free quarterly periodical arrived in comics shops, taking its place alongside Marvel’s Free Previews to provide information about upcoming titles from that company. In this era of Internet instantaneous communication, including Facebook and Twitter, why produce a slick, four-color, glossy publication about your products? There are good and bad sides to this, so let me explore some of them.
In this installment of Critical Hit – A Major Spoilers Podcast: The party enters the compound, but what they find on the other side may lead to their demise. This episode of Critical Hit is sponsored by Harry’s (www.harrys.com). Use the code criticalhit at checkout to save on new subscription. Visit the Major Spoilers store for Critical Hit and Major Spoilers merchandise! Character sheets for characters at level 19 are available at members.majorspoilers.com
Top Five Top Five is a show where the hosts categorize, rank, compare, and stratify everything… from cars to gadgets to people and movies. From stuff that is hot, and things that are not nearly as interesting – it’s Top Five. This week, we answer a listener request by sharing our top five actors who should be in comic book movies.
Welcome to Inside Astro City, a column focusing on the Vertigo Comics series Astro City from Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson, and Alex Ross! Each month, we’ll take a look at the current issue of the series, and ask series writer Kurt Busiek questions about the book. This time around, things get cosmic with Inside Astro City #40!
Author’s Note: Random Access Memory is me looking back at the specific comics that shaped my life. Each month I go back in time – in five year intervals – to examine key comics that came out those months. (The idea is that after five years of monthly columns, I will have covered an entire lifetime – in this case, fifty years – of reading comics.) I also list all the comics I read that particular month. This will afford readers the opportunity to chastise me for not reading specific comics, and/or laugh at the horrible, horrible choices I made
We can’t help ourselves. Many of us are fascinated by even the possibility of the supernatural being real. I know it gains my attention at the slightest provocation. Angels are probably the most intriguing of the supernatural to me. They’re often messengers or beings sent out to do the bidding of a higher power. They don’t always come down on the side of good, it seems, so just being one doesn’t mean you’ll necessarily be someone considered trustworthy. What if someone said you might be one or, at the very least, related to one? That’s what No Angel deals with,
For the thousands in attendance… and the millions reading at home. LLLLLLET’S GET READY TO RUMBLE!! Welcome to Ten Things!
I’ve long been a Teen Titans fan, even back to the Mister Twister “origin” story. When younger heroes get together, it’s always fun for me. Now we have two, count ’em, two “Titans” books, one with that original team, and this one with something resembling the Marv Wolfman/George Perez era group. It’s off to a good start, I think!