Guardians of the Galaxy Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Review Hello my fellow comic book lovers and welcome to another one of your Friendly Neighborhood Dork Knight’s movie reviews! This time, your favorite fat-bearded nerd had the opportunity to attend an early screening of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy thanks to the fine folks at Cosmic Comics in Las Vegas and […]

Las Vegas Comic Expo Photos

The 2013 Las Vegas Comic Expo at Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Good day everyone! The Dork Knight is here to share with you some of the photos from this past weekend’s Las Vegas Comic Expo, a popular art themed convention that focuses on Comic Books, Sci-Fi, Anime, and everything in between. Be on the […]

Welcome to The Extinction Parade

The Extinction Parade #1 Review Max Brooks‘ highly anticipated comic from Avatar is finally here, but was it worth the wait? Max Brooks for those that aren’t familiar is the man that helped you survive the zombie apocalypse with The Zombie Survival Guide and helped fashion Brad Pitt’s new zombie flick with his New York […]

The Amazing Spider-Man Blu-Ray Review

Admittedly, when I saw this movie in the theater last summer I wasn’t that thrilled. Maybe I was still bummed that I wouldn’t get to see John Malkovich as The Vulture (come on, you know that would have been, for lack of a better word, “amazing”) or maybe I was bummed that I was seeing what ended up […]

Why I love Aquaman… Yes, you read that right.

Often while I am ringing someone up at Cosmic Comics in Las Vegas I am frequently asked “Hey, what are you currently reading?” considering I often ask the same thing of customers I generally have one or two titles in mind to suggest: Batman & Robin is always my first pick seeing how I love Damien […]

Spider-Men #1 Review – Amazing Meets Ultimate

Spider-Men #1 Review Spider-Men is the inevitable meeting of the two Spider-Man universes. The Peter Parker Spider-Man expresses his love for New York City as he does his usual rounds of keeping the peace. Off in the distance there’s an explosion of brilliant light that demands his attention. While investigating, Spider-Man tangles with a well […]

Extermination #1 Review

Extermination #1 Review Here’s a quick hit for a book that should be under your radar but probably isn’t. Extermination #1 from BOOM! Studios dropped this week and can be yours for almost free. Extermination puts two unlikely heroes, and I use hero loosely since one is actually a villain, thrust together to try and […]

Before Watchmen Minutemen getting excellent reviews!

Before Watchmen Minutemen Reviews Before Watchmen Minutemen #1 is getting some fantastic reviews!  Have you checked out this prequel series yet?  You should!!! I wasn’t sure what to expect going into this series. The original Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons had so many great characters. Every panel of the graphic novel had depth and […]

The Minute of Truth

Minutemen #1 Review “Chapter One: Eight Minutes” It’s been a little over two decades since the legendary Watchman hit store shelves and shook the comic book world from the ground up. Now DC has the difficult task of following up a comic book that was thought could never be followed, or even matched for that […]

New Comics!

Before Watchmen, The Walking Dead, AvX, & more!   Before Watchmen is here! Whatever your feelings are on DC Comics adding to the Watchmen story line, trust us when we say that you’ll want to read these new stories. Before Watchmen: Minutemen #1, written and illustrated by Darwyn Cooke (who did an awesome run on The Spirit) is the […]

WARNING!!! ADULTS ONLY! – The Pro Animated Short

Pro Animated Short originally posted at: Kickstart Productions presents a Titmouse Inc. Animation “THE PRO” (created by Garth Ennis, Amanda Conner, and Jimmy Palmiotti) This past Saturday Nerd Farm posted “Try The Pro if You Like Hookers and Blow,” a review of the Garth Ennis TPB (that’s trade paperback for those of you who are […]

Batman Incorporated #1 Review

Batman Incorporated #1 Review Part One: Demon Star “In the eye of the Leviathan” Something strange is going on in Batman Incorporated, as if the #1 on the cover means nothing to the story. I’m hoping that later issues of this “New 52” will answer a lot of question Batman Incorporated has surfaced. In Batman […]