Soooooo … Dark Phoenix is finally out in cinemas, and given our feelings about the trailer, the convolutedly confusing history of the X-Men and the Phoenix force itself, and the twisted timelines of the film franchise, we still went to see it. 4-Panel. We watch
With everything from plushies to video games under its giant belt, Godzilla is arguably one of the most profitable and marketable monsters on the planet, and with a new movie in cinemas (which we talk about as well), we though it was time for a
The goat herders of cultural anarchy return with another sack full of interesting and sometimes strange tidings from the arts world, and kicking things off this week is the shocking news that Grr Martin has allegedly finished a book – something that he strenuously denies.
Sonic the Hedgehog returns with a new addition to the long-long-long-running series of video games, and in true 1990’s platform game nostalgie-fashion it’s a kart racer developed by Sumo Digital. The real question here though, is why on earth would a creature as fast as
Get the headache tablets and the X-Men crazy wall ready because the Dark Phoenix movie is out soon, so we thought it would be a good idea to look back over the very convoluted history of the cosmic entity. With a full wardrobe of sashes,
“God created the world in seven days. It only took one day for humans to destroy the world. Life as we knew it sank to the depths of the sea … until yesterday.” With that premise in mind, Rob heads off to explore and survive
“Born of Nikola Tesla’s vision, the Helios serves as a haven for the greatest scientific minds. An unbound utopia for research, independent from state and isolated from the gaze of society. Free to push the boundaries of matter and time.” Storm In A Teacup’s Bioshock-inspired
The Batwoman TV series is on the horizon, so Andrew, Mick and Rob thought it would be interesting to explore the character’s rather strange history, and in order to do that we have to go back to the original Batwoman, which isn’t the current Batwoman.
After looking at the winners and one big loser from Cannes 2019, it’s time for Eclectica to return to its B-sides series where we look back at recent films that we weren’t able to cover at the time of their release, and this week are
Spider-Man: Far From Home is due out in cinemas very soon, and audiences will finally get to see Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio in all his goldfish bowl glory, but that got Andrew, Mick and Rob thinking about the web-slinger’s vast cavalcade of criminals. So this week