Articles by Brandon Zachary
Lighting Lad, Cosmic Boy and Saturn Girl take center stage in a new Legion of Super-Heroes #1 variant cover from Jim Cheung.
While the supporting casts of The Simpsons and Futurama are serious strengths, Disenchantment has a serious deficiency of those players.
Rambo: Last Blood switches gears during the climax of the film and briefly transforms into a horror film, with the title character as a slasher villain.
The best episode of Disenchantment is also the worst, distracting from the strong Bean narrative with a lackluster sitcom plot.
Disenchantment has a strong series in its DNA, but it just needs to focus on Bean instead of getting distracted with lackluster comedy subplots.
The Year of the Villain: Lex Luthor special introduces new versions of Luthor from across the entire Marvel multiverse.
Rambo: Last Blood ignores a potentially engaging story element, and makes a potentially good supporting character into an afterthought.
Skottie Young's Middlewest explores the mystical journey of Abel and his companion Fox as they make their way across the mysterious farmlands.
The true architect of Old Man Logan's dark version of the Marvel Universe has been revealed, and its someone Wolverine knows very well.
Rambo: Last Blood amplifies the franchise's worst traits with an uninspired, and openly xenophobic, film for the era of Trump.
Wally West has been sent on a multiversal mission to save President Calvin Ellis from what looks like a potentially fatal fight.
The Arrowverse's Crisis on Infinite Earths seems to share some major qualities with the similarly massive superhero crossover, Avengers: Endgame.
When Iron Man broke bad, he built a powerful armor inspired by some of Marvel's most lethal symbiotes.
The Season 2 finale of Disney's DuckTales sets the stage for an unexpected romance between two unlikely characters.
The scope grows more ambitious and Bean becomes more engaging, but Season 2 of Disenchantment still proves to be too aimless.
The Season 2 finale of DuckTales finally introduced a version of Mickey Mouse to the Disney Channel series ... albeit in a silly, unofficial way.
The season 2 finale to DuckTales features a wealth of nods back to the previous two seasons of the series.