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  • Seven years after "Star Wars: Episode VII – Return of the Jedi," the last loyal Imperial Red Guard Kr Kanos seeks vengeance on the man who sabotaged Emperor Palpatine's clones. Karnor Jax, a would-be Dark Lord, tries to stop him. Is this graphic novel worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Graphic Novel Review:

    Graphic Novel Review: "Star Wars: Crimson Empire" by Mike Richardson

    by ReViewMeMedia1

  • For those who are into the Harry Potter franchise, there are elaborate fan theories floating around out there. Some are just plain crazy, and others give pause and sound as if they could be possible.

    10 Harry Potter Fan Theories

    10 Harry Potter Fan Theories

    by Deborah Minter1

  • Master of the Mystic Arts, Conjurer of Cosmic Cataclysms, Arbiter of Alternate realities, Doctor Strange is the trippiest of Marvel's superheroes. Here we look at his tumultuous journey through time.

    The Mystical History of Doctor Strange

    The Mystical History of Doctor Strange

    by Mohan Kumar1

  • Love the romance and dramatic moments in "Orange?" Then read these great manga!

    10 Manga Like "Orange"

    10 Manga Like "Orange"

    by Cheeky Kid2

  • Remove your mask because Seth Tomko reviews The Tengu’s Game of Go, the final novel in Lian Hearn’s Tale of Shikanoko.

    Review of The Tengu’s Game of Go

    Review of The Tengu’s Game of Go

    by Seth Tomko0

  • The Marvel Universe has an insane amount of characters in it. The fun part about finding obscure villains is that you can rarely swing a dead cat within the MU without hitting one. I can almost guarantee that any crowd scene in the Amazing Spider-man will have at least three villains in their civilian ID's thinking in their head, "There's that wall crawling jerk! Once my plans reach fruition, he will rue the day he ever made an enemy of me and I SHALL RULE THE WORLD!!"

    Five More Obscure Marvel Villains You've Probably Never Heard Of

    Five More Obscure Marvel Villains You've Probably Never Heard Of

    by Christopher Peruzzi6

  • 'Glory Boy' is a standalone book set in the Birthright universe by Rick Partlow. What are the pros and cons of this military science fiction novel?

    Book Review: 'Glory Boy' by Rick Partlow

    Book Review: 'Glory Boy' by Rick Partlow

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • Shirou recovers from his wounds and must decide what he's going to do as a Master in the Fifth Holy Grail War. Meanwhile, Rin's story is revealed as we are shown how she summoned Archer. Is this manga adaptation of "Fate/Stay Night" (2006) worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Manga Review:

    Manga Review: "Fate/Stay Night," Vol. 2

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • Koriand’r wore a variety of different Starfire Costumes. Learn about and see Starfire’s costume history over the years from Teen Titans and Outlaws.

    Starfire Costume History

    Starfire Costume History

    by Geekdom4

  • Do you love how magic, mysterious powers, combat, and adventure are blended into one in "Fairy Tail?" Well, I'm sure you do and now you're looking for more! So, here are manga like Fairy Tail!

    10 Manga Like "Fairy Tail"

    10 Manga Like "Fairy Tail"

    by Cheeky Kid4

  • In “The Gauntlet, Volume 3: Vulture and Morbius” (Amazing Spider-Man 622-625), Fred van Lente reintroduces Morbius the Living Vampire. It's a story that sadly cannot live up to Mark Waid's drastic two-part Vulture story and Joe Kelly's dark conclusion to his Rhino arc.

    Amazing Reviews: “The Gauntlet, Volume 3: Vulture and Morbius”

    Amazing Reviews: “The Gauntlet, Volume 3: Vulture and Morbius”

    by Nathan Kiehn0

  • Rin Okumura has never been an ordinary human. He discovers he is the son of Satan, and after his adoptive father Shiro Fujimoto is murdered by a demon, Rin vows to become an Exorcist and defeat Satan. Is this manga worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Manga Review:

    Manga Review: "Blue Exorcist," Vol. 1

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • Love is in the air, so why not seize the opportunity to explore a few romance-themed comics and maybe take some ideas for a gift to your significant other.

    7 Comics to Read on Valentine’s Day

    7 Comics to Read on Valentine’s Day

    by Daiana Gauna2

  • Spiderman versus Superman. The Amazing Spiderman is out in movie theatres now, and Man of Steel is set to be released in 2013, so let’s take a look at these two superheroes and see why Spiderman is better than Superman...

    10 Reasons Why Spiderman Is Better Than Superman

    10 Reasons Why Spiderman Is Better Than Superman

    by Pete51

  • The release of the eighth story in the Harry Potter saga divided fans on whether it was a worthy continuation of the series. So what are the strengths and weaknesses of this new adventure?

    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Script Review

    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Script Review

    by Filipe Baião3

  • So, I wanted to do psychological profiles of certain Middle-Earth characters from an in-universe perspective. This one is on Hurin.

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Hurin

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Hurin

    by Jamal Smith0

  • Rewind your memory tape because Seth Tomko reviews Made to Kill by Adam Christopher.

    A Review of Made to Kill

    A Review of Made to Kill

    by Seth Tomko0

  • While there are some comic book characters who come back from the dead so often their coffins should have a revolving door, here are five that won't be coming back to the land of the living.

    Five Dead Marvel Villains Who Are NOT Coming Back

    Five Dead Marvel Villains Who Are NOT Coming Back

    by Christopher Peruzzi7

  • The incredible juggernaut that is the Marvel Universe has an awesome array of stories. However, like everyone, the writers can have off days. Here are six examples of screwed up Marvel stories.

    Five Screwed-Up Classic Marvel Plots

    Five Screwed-Up Classic Marvel Plots

    by Christopher Peruzzi0

  • The Hellsing Organization continues to battle Nazi vampires as they invade London. Alexander Anderson pursues Alucard as he makes his return to London aboard a ship. Is this potentially offensive, over-the-top adult manga worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Manga Review:

    Manga Review: "Hellsing," Vol. 6

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • Raven Darkholme has worn different costumes over her career. Explore some of Mystique's costume history within X-Factor, X-Men, and the Marvel Universe, and learn more about the character.

    Mystique: Character, Costume History, and Cosplay

    Mystique: Character, Costume History, and Cosplay

    by Geekdom0

  • In volume 3 of "Hellsing," the Hellsing Organization searches for clues about Millennium, and Alucard must fight his way out of the hotel as Seras tries to maintain her humanity despite everything around her. Is this horror-action manga worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Manga Review:

    Manga Review: "Hellsing," Vol. 3

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • I love comic books, and I like to reread my favorites again and again. Here are seven of my favorites.

    My Seven Favorite Comic Books

    My Seven Favorite Comic Books

    by Gracchus Gruad0

  • Shirou Emiya, a survivor of a mysterious fire in the city of Fuyuki, Japan, is dragged into a battle royale between mages, fighting to the death for the all-powerful wish-granting device, the Holy Grail. Is this manga adaptation of the 2006 anime worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Manga Review:

    Manga Review: "Fate/Stay Night," Vol. 1

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • This profile is on the first High King of the Noldor elves and derives from the book, The Silmarillion. He has a long-lasting legacy in the history of the lore and his immediate family.

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Finwe

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Finwe

    by Jamal Smith0

  • The Marvel Universe is an awesome ever-expanding presence. We've seen a lot of characters making their debut. Here are some really obscure characters that probably won't see daylight again.

    Who in the Marvel Universe Is That?!

    Who in the Marvel Universe Is That?!

    by Christopher Peruzzi2

  • The Mage Killer Kiritsugu Emiya summons his Servant, Saber, to fight for him in a battle to the death for the all-powerful wish-granting device the Holy Grail in the Fourth Holy Grail War. Is this manga worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Manga Review:

    Manga Review: "Fate/Zero," Vol. 1

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • Fantastic Four #52 and Black Panther's first appearance in comics has heated up since the Black Panther movie. This is a historical comic book and greatly influenced the movie. Here's a brief but fun look at this classic key comic.

    Fantastic Four #52: Black Panther's First Appearance

    Fantastic Four #52: Black Panther's First Appearance

    by Vic0

  • Given the backdrop of race issues in the real world, I never noticed until recently how much of that is indirectly reflected in J.R.R. Tolkien's books and movie adaptions, so I wanted to explore that.

    Prejudice in the World of Middle-Earth

    Prejudice in the World of Middle-Earth

    by Jamal Smith0

  • The novel "Discovery" by Karina Fabian contains a fascinating story, strong and positive Christian elements, and a trio of nuns whose jobs are to save those in space. Novel indeed!

    Book Review: 'Discovery' by Karina Fabian

    Book Review: 'Discovery' by Karina Fabian

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • Get more reviews and favorites on your fanfiction by writing in popular fandoms, shipping fan-favorite characters, exploiting tropes, crafting a catchy summary, and updating regularly to stay at the top of the "Just In" list.

    How to Write Popular Fanfiction

    How to Write Popular Fanfiction

    by Andrew Po0

  • This article covers the wife of Hurin, Morwen, the Lady of Dorthonion from the books, The Silmarillion and The Children of Hurin.

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Morwen

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Morwen

    by Jamal Smith0

  • This article contains a reading list of the best fantasy and sci-fi books appropriate for teenagers. These books are great for anyone who enjoys a mixture of adventure, action, romance, and magic.

    Fantasy/Sci-Fi Books: Reading List for Teens

    Fantasy/Sci-Fi Books: Reading List for Teens

    by Monique K-G0

  • Can Vladimir Propp's analysis of Russian folklore be applied to the modern-day comic book industry? We'll find out by exploring the origins of one of the most famous Marvel heroes of all time: Spider-Man!

    Propp's Morphology and Comics:

    Propp's Morphology and Comics: "Amazing Fantasy" #15

    by Nathan Kiehn0

  • Learn all about Snowy (formerly Milou), the white wire-haired fox terrier who was the faithful, sometimes cynical companion of Tintin, the adventurous boy reporter of comic book and film fame.

    Tintin's Dog, Snowy

    Tintin's Dog, Snowy

    by flycatcherrr29

  • This Middle-earth profile covers Nienor, daughter of Hurin and Morwen, and sister/wife of her brother Turin. For proper context, read "The Silmarillion" and "The Children of Hurin."

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Nienor

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Nienor

    by Jamal Smith1

  • With so many facets of the science fiction literary experience, readers will begin to ask themselves, “What would have to happen for our reality to become like this?"

    Analysis of Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash

    Analysis of Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash

    by Ali0

  • Saber is up against Lancer and Berserker, but then Rider chooses to side with her because he wants Saber and Lancer to finish their battle. Meanwhile, a serial killer, Ryuunosuke Uryuu, summons Caster. Is this manga adaptation of "Fate/Zero" worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Manga Review:

    Manga Review: "Fate/Zero," Vol. 3

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • “The Gods Defense” by Amie Gibbons is the first book in the Laws of Magic series. What are the pros and cons of this modern urban fantasy book doubling as a legal drama?

    Book Review:

    Book Review: "The Gods Defense" by Amie Gibbons

    by Tamara Wilhite0

  • This article is all about the highly-rated "Cotton Family" series by Nicole Canfield—the settings, the main characters, and folklore that inspired the acclaimed supernatural thrillers' magical realism are discussed in detail.

    The Cotton Family Series by Nicole Canfield

    The Cotton Family Series by Nicole Canfield

    by Kitty Fields3

  • Let's face it, when starting a collection, for anything really, it can be daunting. As it stands now, the average comic store carries hundreds of titles. And that's just trying to figure out what to buy. Let me help you with all of your comic care needs.

    How to Take Care of Your Comic Collection: 5 Easy Steps

    How to Take Care of Your Comic Collection: 5 Easy Steps

    by Mark Walker Jr2

  • Helena Wayne and Bertinelli had a variety of different Huntress Costumes. Learn about and see the Huntress costume history over the years.

    Huntress Costume History

    Huntress Costume History

    by Geekdom3

  • A pair of vampire brothers attack the Helsing Organization. Seras and Walter have to protect Integra and the Round Table while Alucard faces off with Luke Valentine. Is the Hellsing manga's second volume worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Manga Review: Hellsing Volume 2 by Kohta Hirano

    Manga Review: Hellsing Volume 2 by Kohta Hirano

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • The Millenium Nazi vampires attack the Hellsing Organization's headquarters, and it's up to Seras and the Wild Geese to stop them from overrunning the Hellsing manor. Will they succeed or fail? Is this manga worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Manga Review:

    Manga Review: "Hellsing," Vol. 5

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • Though many of their names are lost to us, the stories of the most successful actresses—like Isabella Andreini—live on as a testament to the fact that women are, and always have been, integral to gaming culture. Read on to learn more.

    Why You Should Thank Women for RPGs and LARPs

    Why You Should Thank Women for RPGs and LARPs

    by Tiffany R Isselhardt0

  • Because I'm a collector, I've found that it is wiser to buy some of the trade paperbacks of comic issues that I've already bought. If you are going to collect, it's good to read the issue once or twice and then board, bag, and box it for safe keeping. As the trade graphic novels don't have as much collector's value, it allows for multiple reads without the concern of damaging the actual book.

    Recommended Graphic Novel Reads for Comic Book Lovers

    Recommended Graphic Novel Reads for Comic Book Lovers

    by Christopher Peruzzi3

  • Take a quiz to determine which Spider-Man suit best enhances you! Afterward, take a look at the other costumes and see how many you're familiar with.

    Which Spider-Man Costume Suits You?

    Which Spider-Man Costume Suits You?

    by Jeremy Gill5

  • Aoi Hana is a boring, slice of life yuri (lesbian) schoolgirl romance. I'll be frank, I didn't like it. Find out why.

    Manga Review: Aoi Hana

    Manga Review: Aoi Hana

    by Rachael Lefler0

  • I have no problem at all envisioning Stan Lee coming up with really bad characters. After all, if he could come up with "Stripperella" for TV, there was no limit to how low he could go. Here's a look at some of Marvel's biggest dud characters.

    Five Really Lame Marvel Characters

    Five Really Lame Marvel Characters

    by Christopher Peruzzi21

  • The legendary Wolverine made his first full appearance in Incredible Hulk #181 in 1974. It's a Holy Grail book for comic collectors and many years ago I foolishly let one slip through my fingers!

    The Incredible Hulk #181: The One That Got Away

    The Incredible Hulk #181: The One That Got Away

    by Keith Abt4

  • This segment analyzes the first issue of a new comic book series and decides whether or not the next issue is worth picking up.

    Review of Isola Issue #1

    Review of Isola Issue #1

    by Jonathon Ellis1

  • Here are ten books in the original Goosebumps series, written by R.L. Stine, that deserve to be called the best of the bunch. Must-read Goosebumps books for a child interested in horror fiction.

    Top 10 Best Goosebumps Books by R.L. Stine

    Top 10 Best Goosebumps Books by R.L. Stine

    by Amanda10

  • When I needed a shed, I knew that no ordinary 4x4 box would do. I had always dreamed of having a TARDIS of my own. This is how I did it.

    How I Built a TARDIS Shed

    How I Built a TARDIS Shed

    by Eric Red0

  • This article includes a review and summary of William Dietz's book, "Halo: The Flood"

    "Halo: The Flood" Review

    by Larry Slawson4

  • Not all of Marvel's bad guys are completely evil. Some of the worst villains in the MU have a silver lining to their black hearts. Here's how some manage to do their good deeds while being bastards.

    Marvel’s Softer Side to Bad Guys

    Marvel’s Softer Side to Bad Guys

    by Christopher Peruzzi0

  • With "Avengers: Infinity War," there are lots of questions about the Infinity Gauntlet: how does it work, what does it do, and why does it make Thanos such a menace? In this article, I try to connect the dots and explain what can only be guessed at by an average audience viewer.

    Superhero Academy 101: Artifacts (The Infinity Gauntlet)

    Superhero Academy 101: Artifacts (The Infinity Gauntlet)

    by Christopher Peruzzi2

  • The Circle by Dave Eggers is an exhausting tale about technology and the right to privacy in a world where everything is connected.

    The Circle Book Review

    The Circle Book Review

    by Joseph Lawrence3

  • Aquaman is one of the most vilified superheroes in comic book history. But is that reputation deserved? Here is a list of comparisons between DC's Aquaman and one of Marvel's powerful Avengers, Thor.

    Aquaman and Thor: A Comparison

    Aquaman and Thor: A Comparison

    by Alex Sherman2

  • The problem I had looking for an obscure big-brained character was that almost all of them are well known. In all modesty as a fan, if I hadn’t heard of a character, chances are most people haven’t.

    Obscure DC Characters: Big Brain Edition

    Obscure DC Characters: Big Brain Edition

    by Christopher Peruzzi0

  • The Walking Dead comic book series was created by Robert Kirkman and ran from 2003 to 2019. The series has become immensely popular, has a huge number of devoted fans and has spawned the equally successful TV series. As a result of its popularity, back issues have become highly collectible, with some attracting very large values. Here is a brief guide to the highlights in the series from a collector's perspective.

    The Walking Dead Comic Series: A Collector's Guide

    The Walking Dead Comic Series: A Collector's Guide

    by Kieran Clarke19

  • X-Men member Betsy Braddock has had many different costumes over her career. See her costume history as Captain Britain, Lady Mandarin, and of course, Psylocke.

    Psylocke Costume History

    Psylocke Costume History

    by Geekdom4

  • "It's Superman" by Tom De Haven takes the popular character back to his roots, but does so in a way that's more in keeping with modern versions of Superman rather than with his comic book origins.

    Review:

    Review: "It's Superman"

    by Gracchus Gruad1

  • This is a look on the infamous Brazilian comic of Mega Man: Novas Aventuras de Megaman (aka New Adventures of Megaman). Saying it's a terrible is putting it mildly. It's a comic I love to hate!

    The New Adventures of Megaman #1

    The New Adventures of Megaman #1

    by Elys Heim0

  • Do you favor assassins, stories with conspiracies, and world-shaking shadowy secrets? How about action, dark twists, and tragedies? Well, here is a list of manga similar to Akame ga Kill for you to read!

    10 Manga Like "Akame ga Kill!"

    10 Manga Like "Akame ga Kill!"

    by Cheeky Kid0

  • It's been a while since I started my pet project of doing psych profiles on characters from Middle-Earth I found compelling. So I'm glad to get back to it. These profiles are done from an in-universe point of view and not what Tolkien meant to write. It's long but I hope you enjoy it.

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Fingolfin

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Fingolfin

    by Jamal Smith0

  • In Batman's extensive rogues gallery, it's easy to pay so much attention to the more outlandish villains he has to offer. Every villain within the Batman universe has a certain amount of realism to him or her, which complements Batman's character.

    Five of the Most Realistic Batman Villains

    Five of the Most Realistic Batman Villains

    by thejokethatkills6

  • Superman has been around for decades, and some people think he is overrated or outdated. I think being a bit old fashioned is part of Superman's appeal.

    Why Superman Doesn't Need to Be Updated

    Why Superman Doesn't Need to Be Updated

    by Gracchus Gruad0

  • What if an alien invasion is the reason for the political and social unrest we're seeing? Author Stephenie Meyer provides a scenario of possibilities, however remote, that may reveal the current media trend of disinformation.

    "The Host" by Stephenie Meyer: Book Review

    "The Host" by Stephenie Meyer: Book Review

    by Peg Cole31

  • "Ayako" by Osamu Tezuka is a graphic novel that seriously departs from his more famous child-friendly works. The ill deeds of a corrupt family act as a metaphor for Japan's corruption.

    Manga Review:

    Manga Review: "Ayako"

    by Rachael Lefler0

  • One of the reasons why we have great comic books today is because of men like William Gaines and the editors of Marvel Comics. This is the story of how monsters saved comic books from real monsters.

    Why Marvel’s Monsters Are Awesome

    Why Marvel’s Monsters Are Awesome

    by Christopher Peruzzi2

  • Saber and Lancer begin their duel to the death in the Fourth Holy Grail War. Unbeknownst to her, Kiritsugu is plotting his next move to attack Lancer's Master; will Saber defeat Lancer or will he manage to kill her? Is this manga worth your time and money? Let's find out!

    Manga Review:

    Manga Review: "Fate/Zero," Vol. 2

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • See the different costumes of Madelyne Pryor. A look at her costumes as Anodyne, Goblin Queen and Red Queen and a member of the Hellfire Club.

    Madelyne Pryor Costume History

    Madelyne Pryor Costume History

    by Geekdom0

  • Next to Morgoth, Feanor is the biggest catalyst for the events of the First Age of Middle-earth. Though he dies early on, his legacy outlasts him as one of the most controversial of Middle-earth.

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Feanor

    Middle-Earth Profiles: Feanor

    by Jamal Smith0

  • This article includes a list of all the characters who have owned the title of Robin and their most relevant stories.

    Batman and the Robins

    Batman and the Robins

    by Daiana Gauna1

  • "Forbidden Thoughts" is a science fiction short story collection challenging the unspoken or violently enforced rules about what we can say, do, or think.

    "Forbidden Thoughts" Book Review

    by Tamara Wilhite1

  • Women haven't always had the best treatment in comics, but some of the most interesting characters have been women. Here are some of the ladies who made comics what they are.

    8 Interesting Women of Comics

    8 Interesting Women of Comics

    by Gracchus Gruad2

  • Lady Death has several origin stories and publishers. Learn about the different Lady Death Costumes, with pictures. See Lady Death, Lady Demon, Hope, and Faith choice in clothing.

    Lady Death Costume History

    Lady Death Costume History

    by Geekdom2

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