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May 3, 2016
It’s that time of year again for us all of us as geeks, its FREE COMIC BOOK DAY!  Free Comic Book Day is a single day, held the first Saturday in May each year,  when participating comic book specialty shops across North America and around the world give away comic books absolutely free to anyone who...


ROAD TO BATMAN v SUPERMAN Part 2: Advent of The Supermen

March 25, 2016
Long before Batman became the poster boy of DC Comics and all of its related media, it was a red-caped boy scout in blue tights who dominated the scene as pop culture’s premier superhero. Superman became the face of the genre during that time, with Christopher Reeves’ iteration of the character...


Why Give the Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Adaptation a Chance?

March 18, 2016
A couple of days ago, the trailer for the film adaptation of Ransom Rigg’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children dropped, to mixed reviews. In case you missed it, here is the trailer again: Admittedly, this is not the somber tone we have come to expect from director Tim Burton, nor does it reflect th...



February 13, 2016
It is that season again. While your friends go about their Valentine’s plans, some of us (willingly, or out of spite or really, a lack of choice) would stay at home and avoid the traffic. And for those of us who don’t have any real person dates (it’s not too late though. *ahem ahem*), tha...

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REVIEW: Darth Vader Annual #1 – Why Vader Rules

Comic Reviews
December 22, 2015
Kieron Gillen continues his brilliant storytelling in the pages of one of the greatest villains in popular culture history, Darth Vader. The British writer extraordinaire (alongside with Jason Aaron) already presents the true awesomeness and badassery the Sith Lord truly has in the ongoing Darth Vader and ...


GEEK STUDY: A Comparative Search of the Herderian-Historical-Rizalian Nationalism within RODSKI PATOTSKI: ANG DALAGANG BABY

December 6, 2015
A Comparative Search of the Herderian-Historical-Rizalian Nationalism within Rodski Patotski: Ang Dalagang Baby I. Introduction and some Historical Tidbits In search of our common cohesive action as Filipinos/as, we like to look around or search something that can give us this sense of pride to our identit...

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GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW: The Courageous Princess, Vol. 1 Beyond the Hundred Kingdoms

Comic Reviews
November 26, 2015
BEYOND PARADIGM SHIFT I just read one of the tweet messages of one of the most prominent inkers in the Philippines whose opinions I really care about. He mentioned of the continuing evolution of Philippine independent comics and its progress on both the aesthetics and narrative levels. I agree with him, an...

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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Tyson Hesse’s Diesel #3

Comic Reviews
November 12, 2015
A DARKER ONE After the shocking reveal in the second chapter of Tyson Hesse’s DIESEL, it is best to take a breather or two in the rather slow paced third penultimate issue. Sure, the narrative is accessibly straightforward, or to be blunt here, more conventional. We are first treated with a couple of flash...


Vin Diesel Starrer “The Last Witch Hunter” Brings Together Today’s Most Admired Talents

Coming Soon
October 15, 2015
Global action hero Vin Diesel heads an impressive cast of actors in the non-stop action film “The Last Witch Hunter,” a gorgeously rendered, explosively physical and thoroughly original fantasy adventure. The will propel audiences into a complex mythological universe packed with intense battles, unthinkabl...


COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Dragon Breed, Vols. 1-3

Comic Reviews
September 24, 2015
KUZU-RYU-SEN Maria Cornelia Damaso and Elmer Damaso is a tandem may soon-to-be a powerhouse comic duo because they conceptualize and visualize a fantasy, world-building and medieval inspired adventure tale in Dragon Breed. Currently the future power-couple in local comics completes three volumes of the pla...