In her youth, Kimberly could be found in the library, devouring books that covered everything from WWII History to Dr. McCoy's latest adventures aboard the Enterprise, with some X-Men thrown in for good measure. Saturdays were often reserved for PBS re-runs of Doctor Who and Red Dwarf. More recently, she's been riding along with the Winchester brothers, and she hopes the Impala doesn't run out of gas for a long time.
Although the focus of Supernatural has mainly been on demons and angels, the Winchesters have had their fair share of run-ins with creatures from the cryptozoological side. Let's look back at three noted creatures that Sam and Dean, as well as their Read More
If I had to use one word to describe this book, it would be "quirky." Schwegler has sought to use the world around us and give it a slant. With appearances by intelligent squirrels, talking food, and even Jesus, the range of story subjects will make you Read More
We're back with another installment of the Charmed comic series. The artwork has a more sketch-like quality in this issue, which may be great for some, but I prefer my lines to be crisp and focused. However, the change in art didn't detract me too much Read More
Mental illness is very hard to accurately depict, especially in a comic book. However, with the new Echoes series, I have to say that not only was the topic richly covered, but done so in a stunning way. Fialkov's writing, coupled with Ekedal's stark Read More
My prediction has always been that we'd resolve this whole “Sam doesn't have a soul” issue on the mid-season finale and use the back-half of the season to concentrate on the Purgatory storyline. Let's see how right I was. Read More
“Caged Heat” proved that not only does Supernatural still have the strength, but also the ability to give you whiplash with how much can be accomplished in one hour. And what was the lesson we brought away from the episode this week? Don't say no Read More
The premise of Rest is that there is a drug out there that will allow you to stay awake 24/7 and has no side effects. However, when something seems too good to be true, it usually is. The trade paperback, comprised of Issues 0-5 and bonus materials, is Read More
I am fully convinced that Ben Edlund's entire motivation for this episode was "how many jokes can I force on Dean?" Personally, I thank him for this because it certainly meant we were treated to a hilarious hour of alien abduction, fairy stalkers, and Read More
On Saturday, I attended the NC Comicon, a nice, intimate convention held at a quite unusual location: the Morrisville Outlet Mall. Going in, I was wary of how the layout of the convention would mesh with regular shoppers, but the organizers made sure Read More
Going into this issue, I had not been keeping up with the lead-up story in the comics. Since I've always thought this universe was about the characters at its core, I was sure that the essence of them had stayed the same. I was wrong. This is like a Read More
After last week's non-stop reveals, I figured the following episode wouldn't be quite as awesome. Hey, we've all got to see some filler episodes now and again. And if Crowley gets to pop up, all the better. We did get an advancement of the plot, and a Read More
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