Batman Unauthorized collects numerous essays from critics, scholars, and comic book professionals as they take a scrutinizing look at the Dark Knight and the impression he’s left on society.
Tank Girl: Armadillo is a bashing prose edition of all those great Tank Girl comics written by Alan C. Martin and illustrated by acclaimed artist (and Gorillaz founding member) Jamie Hewlett.
Javier Bardem, Tommy Lee Jones, and Josh Brolin star in this year’s best picture Oscar winner from Joel and Ethan Coen.
Corporate giant Cline Pharmaceutical moves into the town then leaves under mysterious circumstances, mysteriously leaving hehind a plague of murders that cuts through the population in this third issue of the Archaia Studios Press comic book series.
This 4-disc DVD set includes all 25 episodes from the 1998-99 third season of the TV series starring Melissa Joan Hart.
This heartwarming family classic animates Bloom County‘s Opus the Penguin in his flightless plight and desire to be airborne.
A life of parenting and crime-fighting never stops the for superhero duo of David and Tarilyn D’Ville in MidKnight #1.
Issue #5 follows Cassie Hack and her friend, Vlad, as they hunt Slashers.
Casey Affleck, Michelle Monaghan, and Morgan Freeman star in this crime thriller written and directed by Ben Affleck.
Written by Joe Casey, Velocity‘s highlights include the inner monologues of Carin Taylor, aka Velocity, whose whimsy and post-teenage sarcasm shine in the face of the dingy script.
At its heart, The Kingdom is a film about two cultures diametrically opposed in political philosophy, religion, and social norms that must work together to ferret out the radical Muslim fundamentalist behind an attack on an small American community in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Amour is a black-and-white anthology of three one-and-done storylines about dating life in our society today.
Witchblade Takeru Manga Vol. 8 definitely warrants a purchase, if only for the breathtaking illustrations of Takeru and her rogues’ guild of baddies, illustrated with a mix of grindhouse aesthetic and the traditional manga style.
Disney and Spyglass Entertainment have recreated Underdog, the classic cartoon series from Saturday mornings about a loveable mutt, and expanded a vague, but interesting concept into a full-length feature. Talking dogs included.