When the New 52 Superman died at the end of the New 52, it was thought by some to be a cop out, to leach off the success of the Death of Superman. But when fans realize that he was to be replaced by the Post-Crisis Superman, the feeling of hope and optimism filled hearts … Continue reading Superman Reborn Review
The definition of Valiant is "possessing or showing courage or determination. Acting with bravery or boldness". There are not a lot of characters in comics who fit that description better than Aric of Dacia, better known as XO Manowar. Back in 2012 XO Manowar was the flagship comic for Valiant Entertainment reintroducing us to the Visigoth … Continue reading XO Manowar #1 review. The fight is never over.
It has now been made official. Warner Brothers has confirmed that they will be offering previews of upcoming films in the line of DC Extended Universe films on April 1st at WonderCon in Anaheim, California. The confirmation was made public as part of the WonderCon programming schedule. The schedule featured a listing for a Warner … Continue reading Warner Bros. Set To Preview DC Films At Wondercon
First Look: Kindt & Giorello Sow Cosmic Conflict in X-O MANOWAR (2017) #2 – On Sale April 26th! As revealed at The A.V. Club, Valiant is proud to present your first look inside X-O MANOWAR (2017) #2 – the next planet-shaking chapter of the EPIC NEW ONGOING SERIES launching Earth’s most formidable hero onto the … Continue reading Valiant: First Look: X-O MANOWAR (2017) #2
Okay, there seems to be some confusion about this Wonder Woman: Director's Cut recently rated by the MPAA. To make things clear, this is not for the live-action film this year. This was for the animated film back in 2009. How would the Wonder Woman film that’s coming out this year have already been rated … Continue reading No, Wonder Woman Will Not Be Rated R
Guest review by: Callum The Critic Check out his film review blog here I think the first step of making a truly excellent piece of cinema is attitude. If you go down a checklist of the technical things that are considered necessary for good filmmaking and good storytelling, following modern conventions of cinematography, lighting, acting and … Continue reading Logan review: A Future Classic
"Ancient species owned this earth long before we did,” warns scientist Bill Randa (John Goodman), in Kong: Skull Island, first King Kong film since Peter Jackson’s 2005 remake. 1973 sees the end of the Vietnam War, and also the year when humanity discovers prehistoric creatures and a big ass monkey. A group of scientists, led by … Continue reading REVIEW ‘Kong: Skull Island’