by David Lobato, Reporter, and Gavin Milne, Guest Reporter T’was the night of Saturday, the 22nd of September in the jolly year of 2012, and All Star Comics in Melbourne provided the fine venue. FEC (For Evil Children) Comics had three new books being released on this night as part of their Extravaganza; Kranburn Issue [...]
by Karl Madsen, Editor How is it that there can be so many police shows on T.V., and yet every fall new cop shows get aired and every spring some of those shows get renewed? Do you ever wonder if there is just that much crime to go around? We’ve looked at cops as rookies [...]
by Matt Sernaker, Managing Editor
Eureka returns to Syfy on Monday April 16 to complete it’s five year run. We reached out to our friend Colin Ferguson (Sheriff Jack Carter) to get our readers an exclusive interview about what to expect for the final episodes of the series.
Maybe it was a San Diego City Schools thing, but ComicsOnline Editor-in-Chief Kevin Gaussoin reports that years earlier, he had nearly the same experience in school.
High school is hard for everyone. It’s a time in your life where you really start to figure out who you are and try to define yourself. The biggest trick is figuring it out while fitting in with the rest of the school. The hit TV series Freaks and Geeks from comedy mastermind Judd Apatow (The 40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up, and Superbad) explores the trials and tribulations that we all must face. Shout Factory has just released one of the greatest TV on DVD collections to date as Freaks and Geeks: Yearbook Edition. This set includes the entire 18 episode series which ran from 1999-2000. The realistic and honest take on high school the and inherent problems that we all go through defined this series and sets it above the rest.
When there’s something strange in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call?
In 1984 something big happened: A film called Ghostbusters about 4 crazy guys hunting ghosts captivated audiences across the country. The movie eventually lead to a sequel and started one of the greatest stories and surprising franchises of our childhood. Now thanks to Time-Life, The Real Ghostbusters: The Complete Series is available for the first time EVER on DVD. The series set includes all 147 episodes on 25 discs. Yes, 25 discs! This is as complete as it gets folks! But wait, there’s more: OVER 12 hours of NEW interviews, introductions, and more!
The Doctor is IN!
Doctor Who that is. New adventures, new Companions, and returning adversaries comprise the greatness that is the Fourth Season of Doctor Who which is now available on DVD. If you haven’t been watching this newest incarnation of The Doctor Who franchise Season 4 is a great starting point!
These two words summarize the amazing story of the Serenity and her crew. Now the adventures of Captain Mal Reynolds and the gang are available to own in glorious high definition because Firefly: The Complete Series (one of the best Sci-Fi series ever) is available on Blu-ray! This thrilling series comes to us from the mind of Joss Whedon, best known for his work on Buffy: The Vampire Slayer the TV Series, and most recently, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog.
In the future the people of Earth have left and traveled out into the universe (or The Verse) in search of opportunity, growth, and profit. Colonies have popped up everywhere and everyone has needs. Luckily the crew of the Serenity is here to provide for those needs.