Well, it is time for another Marvel journey, this time to the outer reaches of the cosmos! The Guardians of the Galaxy are back!
Title: Turbulence Author: Samit Basu Release Date: July 9, 2013 (USA) Publisher: Titan Books Source: Titan Books ARC Genre(s): Science Fiction, Fantasy Rating: ★★★★☆ Review Spoilers: Low What it would be like to wake up with a superpower you’ve always wanted? Maybe you can fly, adjust time, or are a celebrity wherever you go. That’s our premise to […]
Title: The Brokenhearted Author: Amelia Kahaney Release Date: October 8, 2013 Publisher: Harper Teen Source: Edelweiss DRC Genre(s): YA Science Fiction, YA Fiction, Superheroes, Pseudo-Dystopian Future Rating: ★★★☆☆ Review Spoilers: High (Get a very brief, spoiler-free review in the first paragraph) GoodReads | Amazon The Dark Knight meets Cinder in this gripping and cinematic story of heartbreak and revenge. […]
All right, so, I actually liked the Victories. When I picked up the ARC for the first volume compilation I figured I would read through it. I like comic books and I like super hero stories. Particularly new stories that don’t stick to just the classic characters we see all the time. […]
Any schmuck can be a superhero? That sounds nice and all but does anyone really believe it? Heck no. There’s no way that my fat ass is going to be running around saving the world from super villains. If I could I totally would. But unless we’re talking Butterball from the […]
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_VRP5q1Zow] Within 24 hours of Star Trek’s new poster of Into Darkness (seen below), a new poster of the projected 2013 summer blockbuster Man of Steel comes out. It shows our favorite Kryptonian bound in irons and escorted by a SWAT team, I really hope those have some kryptonite laced […]
So I’m implementing Trailer Thursdays, where I’ll show you guys all the awesome trailers that have gone out over the weeks and try and dish up any news on them. Given that I’m a slave to alliteration, this title is purely decorative and they might not actually go up every […]