Special Features of Warner Animation’s latest presents a slightly mixed bag of hits and misses with the casual fan in mind.
The latest film in the Lego Super Hero series is the right balance of humor, action, and nostalgia, appealing to even the most discerning DC fanboy and fangirl.
Second outing of new kid-friendly Batman animated film franchise is better than its predecessor but still has a lot of room for growth.
A team-up that no one asked for – and that, somehow, didn’t happen in the 70s – ties KISS lore into Scooby logic for a clunky final product.
The Ghostbusters reboot casting once again proves that geek culture has a lot of growing up to do.
Ryan Browne’s brain churns out a second wonderfully satirical helping of superhero insanity akin to nothing else on store shelves.
Ellison’s original dark vision for his classic Star Trek episode gets a word-for-word treatment in a new medium.
IDW’s glimpse at the gang from Foster’s leaves a Foster’s fan eagerly hoping for an ongoing series.
Rocky & Bullwinkle are back and in classic form – which, depending on who you are, is not necessarily a good thing.
IDW’s Powerpuff Girls continue kickin’ butt and takin’ names in the perfect cartoon-to-comic translation.