Is The Roses Of Berlin Alan Moore’s weakest League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen book so far?
Without Alphas Season 3 to look forward to, is the second series worth watching?
Fantagraphics offer up another compendium of EC Comics sci-fi shorts, but do they hold up?
Is the Mass Effect: Foundation comic-book too ambitious for its own good?
Does The Last Of Us’ prequel comic have anything to offer fans of the videogame?
Is Zack Snyder’s 300: Rise Of An Empire as good as the first film… or as bad as the first film?
Why The Walking Dead’s Daryl Dixon episode didn’t disappoint. Spoilers ahead for S04E12
Can Alfonso CuarÃ³n’s award-winning Gravity possibly hold up in small screen 3D?
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Firefly fans will get a kick out of David Hine and Doug Braithwaite’s SF comic Storm Dogs
Hammer novella Cat Out Of Hell by Lynne Truss is great fun for genre-lovers
Band Of Brothers meets Jurassic Park in Stuart Jennett’s crazy new Chronos Commandos
Can Brian Michael Bendis see Guardians Of The Galaxy through the dread event fatigue?
Does legendary bande dessinee Snowpiercer live up to the hype?
Can B-movie inspired British sci-fi comic It Came! possibly be as much fun as it looks?
WWII graphic novel Breath Of Bones might be the Criminal Macabre writer’s best work yet
‘Lost’ Second Doctor serial Web Of Fear arrives on DVD, and it’s pure Quatermass
Miss Young Justice? Well, perhaps Legacy can hit the spot… or not
Den Patrick’s The Boy With The Porcelain Blade is a richly detailed, gripping fantasy thriller
Bubba Ho-Tep’s Don Coscarelli returns for the flawed but likeable John Dies At The End
Toby Barlow’s Babayaga is funny, bewitching and inventive tale of Paris, witches and advertising
Jen Williams’ The Copper Promise is a gripping, fast-paced adventure that’s a must-read
Despite art stumbles, Battle Of The Atom is a fun piece of 50th anniversary X-Men fan-service
RoboCop has a great cast and great action, but isn’t as clever as Paul Verhoeven’s classic
The LEGO Movie may not be subtle, but it’s packed with great jokes and clever camoes
Plodding Sixties serial The Moonbase has some of Patrick Troughton’s best Doctor Who moments.
Stephen Moffat’s specials rated, from A Christmas Carol to The Time Of The Doctor
Anton Yelchin’s Dean Koontz horror adaptation Odd Thomas is uneven but never boring
Devil’s Due mixes Rosemary’s Baby with Paranormal Activity but ends up simply boring
The surprisingly entertaining Bates Motel Season 1 is like Twin Peaks meets Dark Shadows
Xan Cassavetes’ beautiful homage to European vampire films arrives on Blu-ray and DVD