Outcast: 'A Darkness Surrounds Him' Review

Robert Kirkman's latest show gets off to a flawed start.

Confirmed: John Boyega to Star in 'Pacific Rim 2'

Boyega joins the sequel hot off the success of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Box Office: Ninja Turtles 2 Suffers in Anti-Sequel Summer

TMNT 2 is the latest sequel to bring in some disappointing numbers.

Review: Eye in the Sky

Gavin Hood's military drama is an impressive achievement.

Tuesday, 15 May 2012

The Amazing Spider-Man: 4 Minute Preview!!

Yesterday, this "super-preview" of this summer's Amazing Spider-Man was aired! The first minute or two shows a never before seen scene of Spidey saving victims of the Lizard's attack. Then we see the previously released Amazing Spider-Man trailer - albeit with some subtle changes.

What do you think? Do you still want Tobey Maguire back? Is Batman the only comic book movie you'll be seeing this summer? Comment below!

Monday, 14 May 2012

Diamond Sales Top 10 Comics: April 2012

This month Marvel takes the top spot with Avengers vs. X-Men #2. Marvel's other 3 top 10 titles are AvX tie-ins, so it seems that even though the critics may not be in love with Marvel's big event, the comic buying public haven't had enough just yet. Wolverine and the X-Men #9 and New Avengers #24 (both AvX tie-ins) are just outside the top 10 at No. 11 and No. 12 respectively.

DC's highest title is Batman #8 at No. 2, it beats Justice League this week due to the "Night of the Owls" cross-over. DC's books that didn't quite make the top 10 included Superman #8, and The Flash #8 at No. 13 and 14 respectively.

Here's the top 10 best-selling comics of April:

1. Avengers vs. X-Men #2
2. Batman #8
3. Justice League #8
4. AvX VS #1
5. Green Lantern #8
6. Action Comics #8
7. Detective Comics #8
8. Batman: The Dark Knight #8
9. Uncanny X-Men #11
10. Avengers #25

As for the smaller publishers, Dynamite Entertainment had one book in the top 100 - Shadow #1 - which came in at No. 31.
Image Comics' highest book this week was The Walking Dead #96 which came in at No. 47.
Dark Horse's biggest book of the month was Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9 #8 which made it to No. 74.
Boom! Studios' only book in the top 100 was Fanboys vs Zombies #1 which came in at #80.
Finally, IDW didn't make the top 100! But their highest selling book wasn't too far out - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #9 had to settle for No. 102.

If you like comics be sure to come back soon for our feature on what New 52 titles could be next on the chopping block! Until then, visit Comic Reviews Round-Up, our brand new site!

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Visit Comic Reviews Round-Up! TEN's New Branch!

You may or may not have noticed that we haven't been reviewing many comics recently. Well, we no longer have to. Comic Reviews Round-Up is a great new site from The Entertainment Network that goes one step further.

Comic Reviews Round-Up takes comic reviews from around the Internet, then makes one review score based on those reviews. This way you're getting a more universal view on things, instead of just one person's opinion. This way you know what your getting, and you never have to buy a bad comic again!
We're still in very early days right now so we're focusing on Marvel and DC releases only, but if you're looking for the best New 52 series, or deciding whether to jump into Avengers vs. X-Men, Comic Reviews Round-Up is the place to go.

Plus, we've got some great Features planned as well, that's going to put comic series' and comic writer's head-to-head and see who comes out on top and who needs to improve.

We're really excited about this, so please click the link below and have a look around!

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

New Trailer For The Dark Knight Rises

Anyone else disappointed? Don't get me wrong, I'm looking forward to the movie, but there wasn't a whole lot here that really got my attention.
Is it just me? Comment.