Buyer's Guide

One collection to rule them all.

10 of the Best Superhero Films of All Time

Vera Roja
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Well, I strongly believe that a decent Superhero Films can just make your day/ week/ month/ life. What about you? Yeah, so I figured...

5 Feel Good Movies For When You're Feeling Bad

Stefanie Ratzker
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For me I look to the 1980's for the handful of movies that make me feel good for when I feel bad. Perhaps it is because, like the 1980's, we are living in a world of uncertainty of foreign policy issu...

Movies and TV Exploring Inside the Human Body

Anthony Gramuglia
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There's something truly fascinating about exploring inside the human body from a comfortable position on your sofa. No need to roll on the plastic gloves. No sterile scalpels or pale blue smocks. Noth...

Best Graphic Novels Ever Written

Patricia Sarkar
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The graphic novel as we know it started as the comic boom medium elevated to a new level near the start of the 1980s. Starting as just longer comics, the graphic novels emerging around this time set t...

STARZ Spartacus Geek Auction

James Lizowski
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“I am Spartacus!” Yes, I know it’s a meme, but it's been around since before memes even really existed—and I know that because I really love that movie. As much as I liked the classic film, I enjoyed ...

The Platinum Age of Superhero Movies 2012 - 2016

Patricia Sarkar
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The Platinum Age of Superhero Movies was ushered in with Josh Whedon's Avengers Assemble in 2012, the culmination of everything set in motion since Iron Man had been released in 2008. DC and Marvel ha...

'The Walking Dead' Geek Auction

Patricia Sarkar
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I want to start this off by saying that I'm a huge, huge fan of The Walking Dead. Even before it was a television series, I was one of those geeks who snapped up every single comic book out there...or...

Bronze Age of Superhero Movies 2008 - 2012

Patricia Sarkar
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The superhero movie rules officially changed in 2008 with the rise of Iron Man... Marvel Studios begin to build the empire with Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk, while DC came of age with The Dark Kni...

Silver Age of Superhero Movies 2000 - 2007

Patricia Sarkar
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With Bryan Singer's X-Men and Sam Raimi's Spider-Man, two of Marvel's biggest hitters showed just how the modern superhero should be viewed. This prompted a wave of imitators and eventually the end of...

Dark Age of Superhero Movies 1989 - 2000

Patricia Sarkar
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Tim Burton drags the comic-book onto the screen in all its wild and wonderful glory, but studios lack confidence. Successes like The Crow, Darkman, The Rocketeer, and Blade are exceptions in an era de...

X-Men Films Ranked From Worst to Best

Anthony Gramuglia
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Fewer film franchises have lasted as long as the X-Men films. Over the course of nine movies, they have thrilled children and adults alike, made superheroes relevant again, and offered thought provoki...

Golden Age of Superhero Movies 1938 - 1988

Patricia Sarkar
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There are more than the few and the proud as the genre is born with a KA-POW! Adam West's Batman's warm smile and the soaring theme of Christopher Reeve's Superman followed by a barrage of sequels wer...

3 Films You Should Watch if You Want to Work for the Secret Service

Alejandro Guillú Mendoza
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This is the third article in an ongoing series about films you should watch if you want to work for the most powerful people in the world.

Weirdest Funko Characters

Peter Dill
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Dolls became action figures when boys started buying them in the 1970s. My first doll was a Six Million Dollar man aka The Bionic Man played by Lee Majors in the iconic TV series. But there was still ...

xXx: The Return of Xander Cage Review

Alejandro Guillú Mendoza
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I am reviewing the action films xXx, xXx: State of the Union, and xXx: The Return of Xander Cage starring Vin Diesel.

Best Crime Comic Book Series

Rachel David
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There's something about comic books that tends to make them seem wholesome–maybe its the colorful cartoons, or the fact that superhero comics almost always end up with a happy resolution, or perhaps i...