From a kids toy in the late ’70s, to a Marvel Comic series that ran 75 issues, now it is time for IDW Publishing to tell their tales of ROM: The Space Knight. It’s a whole new world for ROM, and if you pay attention, you’ll discover a few Hasbro surprises along the way.
Where have the heroes gone? Why are they on the farm? Is the farm a metaphor for something else? We sit down to review Black Hammer #1 from Dark Horse Comics where we answer none of those questions.
Things get really meta when Mickey and Goofy discover they are living inside a comic book, and the comic book is striking back! Will it make us laugh, cry, or scream in horror? And what does learning have to do with it? Check out this week’s Dueling Review to find out.
Doctor Who Comic Day is this weekend, and to kick things off Titan Comics has released another Doctor meets Doctor meets Doctor meets Doctor tale with Doctor Who Supremacy of the Cybermen #1!
Travel with us to the year 1936, where mystery men protected the city, and giant robots rampage in the streets! It’s the Dueling Review of Lobster Johnson and the Metal Men of Midtown #2.
He’s one of the fastest men alive, and Barry must try and solve the puzzle of what happened during the New 52. Matthew and Stephen weigh in (and that isn’t a fat joke) in this week’s Dueling Review of Flash Rebirth #1
All hail Steve Rogers! You may try to take him down, but like a hydra, Steve Rogers will never stay down for long. Captain America is back, and we take a look at the controversial Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 in this week’s episode.