Aronofksy called Noah the least biblical Biblical movie ever made. Forest agrees. Kind of.
She-Hulk is an easy book to fall for. It’s smart and funny, and most importantly, original. It’s a comic you should read.
Vonnegut’s 1963 novel surveys religion and science—and declares a pox on both houses.
G. Willow Wilson takes up the question of superhero identity with a character who wears any identity.
We’ve known Kellly Sue DeConnick’s Carol Danvers as a pilot and neighbor and deep feeling woman. Now we will know her chiefly as a superhero.
With The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson moves one stelp close to directig live-action cartoons
A sunny and bright story about a lawyer, written by a lawyer.
Chris raves about G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona’s debut issue.
The fantasy of wizards and dragons holds a poignant lesson that the words we use matter far more than we realize.
Cat was moved by Monuments Men despite the poor reviews and clunky execution