Star Trek: The Better Man (1995) – Howard Weinstein

Space, the final frontier… Don’t be fooled by the cover art, this story takes place a couple of years after the events of The Motion Picture, and apparently the burgundy uniform jackets are in place. The story itself, however, if entertaining, well-crafted, and very much a true Trek tale, and it puts Dr. McCoy front…

Marvel: Greatest Comics (2020) – Melanie Scott and Stephen Wiacek

The Marvel Universe is huge, it’s interwoven, has history, and can seem kind of daunting when trying to figure out where to jump in. DK Canada’s new book, Marvel: Greatest Comics – 100 Comics That Built A Universe, provides a look at standout, iconic issues that helped create all that came after them. It’s easy…

DC Comics Cover Art (2020) – Nick Jones

Neal Adams. Jack Kirby. George Perez. Alex Ross. Dave Gibbons. Amanda Conner. Jim Lee. John Byrne. The tip of the iceberg on a long list of distinguished and exceptional artists who have created iconic images through the years for DC Comics, aiding in the transition of the medium from being seen as ‘just for kids’…

Pet Sematary 30th Anniversary Blu-Ray Review

Pet Sematary is remembered fondly by many, and in honor of its 30th anniversary, and the upcoming release of the new adaptation, on April 5th, Paramount Pictures unveils a new edition, with all new extras to celebrate! Before we get to the actual disc, can we talk about the fantastic cover art for this edition?…

Star Trek: Demons (1986) – J.M. Dillard

It’s time to dive into more non-canon Star Trek, as this week the crew of the starship Enterprise find themselves in the Trek version of a horror film. Now, don’t let the cover art fool you, this adventure doesn’t take place around the Star Trek II & II timeline. The book was released in 1986,…

Last Shift (2014) – Anthony DiBlasi

  Don’t let the cover art of this Anchor Bay release full you. Despite looking like a bit of a low-rent horror film, this one actually comes across as a fairly damn enjoyable ghost story. It promotes itself as Assault on Precinct 13, the classic John Carpenter film, but with a supernatural twist. Jessica Loren…

Battlestar Galactica (1978) – The Lost Warrior & The Long Patrol

  This week’s Battlestar Galactica sees two stand alone episodes before we plunge into another two parter. The art used to illustrate this installment of the Bellasrio & Cannell comes from Ralph McQuarrie’s preproduction art and book cover art from the episode’s novelĀ adaption by David Shleinkofer. First up is TheĀ Lost Warrior, which aired October 8,…