Deadshirt is Reading: Ducktales and Marvel Legacy!

Deadshirt is Reading… is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt’s staff, contributing writers, and friends-of-the-site offer their thoughts on Big Two cape titles, creator-owned books, webcomics and more. Robby Karol is reading… DuckTales #1 Written by Joe Caramagna Art by Luca Usai (“The Chilling Secret of Read More …

Discovery Sets a Bold New Course for Star Trek [Review]

Star Trek: Discovery represents a lot of firsts for the 51-year-old science fiction franchise. It’s the first new Star Trek on television since the demise of Enterprise 12 years ago, the first produced after the J.J. Abrams films, the first that’s behind a paywall, the Read More …

You Have To See This: On Tony Scott’s Unstoppable and Accidents, Happy or Otherwise

The world is too messed up to obsess over bad movies as much as we do; isn’t it time we obsess over good ones? In his monthly column You Have To See This, Chuck Winters reaches into his pile of flawed, forgotten, or just plain Read More …

Where’s My Freaking Revolution: No Mercy? No Mercy.

I believe it was “Stone Cold” Jane Austen who famously said “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a woman in possession of a professional wrestling championship, must be in want of a woman to challenge her for said title. And that’s the bottom line Read More …

Aw C’mon Gotham: Season 4, Episode 1 “Pax Penguina”

Fox’s “Batman-without-Batman” soap opera is the most amazing weird show on network television. For every episode this season, Deadshirt’s own Sarah Register, Kayleigh Hearn and Max Robinson discuss the good, the bad….the beginning? of little Bruce Wayne, skinny Oswald Cobblepot and Jim Gordon sans ‘stache Read More …

G.I. Joe: First Strike #1 [Review]

  Today, IDW begins its Hasbro line-wide crossover event First Strike, a spiritual sequel to last year’s Revolution series that brought each of the toy company’s intellectual properties into planetary alignment. It’s the second stage of the publisher’s trilogy of experimental blockbuster comics designed to appeal Read More …

Deadshirt is Reading: Batman and Jean Grey!

Deadshirt is Reading… is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt’s staff, contributing writers, and friends-of-the-site offer their thoughts on Big Two cape titles, creator-owned books, webcomics and more. Max Robinson is reading… Batman #31 Written by Tom King Art by Mikel Janin Inks by Mikel Janin Read More …

Where’s My Freaking Revolution: The Classic Foretells the Future

If there’s a future we want it now.” – Paramore, “Now” Let’s talk about the Mae Young Classic. Given an incredible field of 32 women, from rookies to indie legends, putting on competitive matches including some of the best we’ve seen this year, the actual Read More …

Deadshirt is Reading: Runaways, Mister Miracle, and Retcon!

Deadshirt is Reading… is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt’s staff, contributing writers, and friends-of-the-site offer their thoughts on Big Two cape titles, creator-owned books, webcomics and more. Kayleigh Hearn is reading… Runaways #1 Written by Rainbow Rowell Art by Kris Anka Colored by Matthew Wilson Read More …

Riverdale’s Edge: A Look Back at Season One

Chuck Winters: Welcome to the premiere installment of Riverdale’s Edge, a column devoted to the moody soap / murder mystery adapted from the goofy comic about a redheaded teen ne’er-do-well, his two loves, and his best friend who likes hamburgers. Before we get started, I presume that Read More …