CRIMSON PEAK [Review]: Alice in Lokiland.

CRIMSON PEAK [Review]: Alice in Lokiland.
Gilded Age ingénue, Edith Cushing (Alice in Wonderland's Mia Wasikowska), endeavours to execute literary tales of gothic grandeur. After a ghastly greeting by her mother’s apparition, she delivers an ominous omen. With heartstrings torn between the love for her childhood confidant, Dr. Alan McMichael (Sons of Anarchy's Charlie Hunnam), and the tempestuous titillations of the darkly …

LOKI / WOLVERINE / PUNISHER #1 [Reviews]: Public Enemies #1

LOKI / WOLVERINE / PUNISHER #1 [Reviews]: Public Enemies #1
Continuing the All-New NOW! agenda from Marvel this week is an assortment of #1's. Your friendly Apostle picked three out of the "jumping-on point" hat, comics that were ironically all good guys-turned-bad-turned-good-turned-who-cares-read-em-because! Since they all vary in quality, let's see which comic is worth the pull, shall we? LOKI: AGENT OF ASGARD #1 The Lord …

THOR: THE DARK WORLD [Review]: Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘Em.

THOR: THE DARK WORLD [Review]: Please Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em.
First, the good news: The Dark World is the Thor movie longtime fans of the character and comic have imagined since children, as each of the Nine Realms suitably mimics those majestic pages from the fantastical mind of Jack Kirby. More than half of the movie takes place in a wondrously rainbow-lit Asgard, with bits …