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David DeCorte

David DeCorte covers comic book, entertainment, pop culture, and business news for multiple outlets. He is currently in the process of launching a new YouTube series aimed at spreading the love of comics to a wider audience. David is also a sci-fi writer, and is currently working on his first full-length book.
Bitter Root #1

[Review] BITTER ROOT #1 is an Incredible Achievement

Bitter Root #1 is a comic about monsters. Not just those with ripping claws and snarling teeth (though that’s definitely a big part of...
Disney Afternoon Giant #1

[review] Get a ‘90s Nostalgia Fix With DISNEY AFTERNOON GIANT #1

Like many “nineties kids,” the Disney Afternoon block was a formative television ritual for me. While the recently-relaunched Ducktales cartoon series and comics from...
Outer Darkness #1

[Review] OUTER DARKNESS #1 is a Horror/Sci-Fi Treat

We’ve got the rag-tag crew on a deep-space recovery mission. The cynical, washed-out commanding officer pining for the one he lost. The humans who...
Typhoid Fever: X-Men

TYPHOID FEVER: X-MEN Review – Moves Story, Despite Hiccups

In one of the most well-known passages of his work Paradise Lost, John Milton writes “The mind is its own place, and in it...
Vault of Spiders #1

Review: VAULT OF SPIDERS #1 Offers Shorts from the Periphery of the Spider-Verse

Vault of Spiders #1 is a series of vignettes tied loosely into the broader Spider-Geddon event. Herein, we find four very different Spideys each...
Batman: Secret Files #1

Review: BATMAN: SECRET FILES #1 Offers a Unique Look at the Character

Batman: Secret Files #1 reintroduces DC’s Secret Files and Origins line, a series of one-shots that’s been dormant since 2010. The new entry offers...
Junji Ito Frankenstein

Review: Junji Ito’s FRANKENSTEIN Arrives Just in Time for Halloween

Frankenstein is the latest in a new run of hardcover releases from Viz Media showcasing the work of Japanese horror master Junji Ito. And...
Detective Comics #991

Review: DETECTIVE COMICS #991 Reveals Karl Twist’s True Killer

Detective Comics #991 is not an action-packed issue. Despite the impression the cover gives, Batman, Gordon, and Two-Face aren’t tearing through the streets of...
Spider-Gwen Ghost Spider

Review: SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST SPIDER #1 Hits the Ground Running

Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider #1 doesn’t waste any time jumping into the action. The story picks up where Spider-Gwen Volume 2 left off, with Gwen...
Books of Magic #1

Review: BOOKS OF MAGIC #1 Recaps, Set Up New Adventures

Books of Magic #1 is the last of the four new stories to join Vertigo’s Sandman Universe line. This one feels a bit less...
Exorsisters 1

Review: EXORSISTERS #1 Delivers Campy Fun, but Some Misfires

Are you waiting anxiously for that planned Buffy reboot? If so, Exorsisters #1 might help fill the void in the meantime.Exorsisters follows “sisters” Kate...
Lucifer #1

Review: The Dark Lord is Brought Low in LUCIFER #1

Lucifer #1 shows us a Bringer of Light who is not quite as dapper as when we last saw him.Lucifer is haggard, weak, and...
Unstoppable Wasp #1

Review: UNSTOPPABLE WASP #1 is a Solid (if Predictable) Relaunch

Nadia Pym returns in The Unstoppable Wasp #1, an all-new series from Marvel. The book feels like a decent jumping-on point for new readers....
What If? Punisher #1

Review: WHAT IF? PUNISHER #1 Pushes Peter Parker Over the Edge

We all know the story how Peter learned that fundamental lesson about power and responsibility. But, what if he decided to take it in...
Chris Evans Captain America

Chris Evans Hangs Up the Shield

After eight years as one of Earth’s mightiest heroes, it looks like Chris Evans is stepping down as Captain America. At least, that’s the...
Typhoid Fever: Spider-Man

Review: TYPHOID FEVER: SPIDER MAN Takes Us On a Chaotic Ride

Typhoid Fever: Spider-Man sees the return of one of Marvel’s most dangerous mutants in a delirious, dreamy new story.This is the first in a three-issue...
Black Panther #4 Cover

Review: BLACK PANTHER #4 Pulls Us Deeper into the Intergalactic Empire

The story of the Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda continues its gradual unfold in Black Panther #4. Ta-Nehisi Coates and Daniel Acuna give us a...
Batman: Damned #1

Review: BATMAN: DAMNED #1 is Heavy on Mystery, Light on Answers

The Joker is dead. So says the back cover of Batman: Damned #1. Beyond that, we have few clues to go on in this...
Joaquin Phoenix Joker

Director Drops First Images of Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker

We have our first look at actor Joaquin Phoenix’s take on the Clown Prince of Crime in The Joker, courtesy of director Todd Phillips.Phoenix...
Swamp Thing Halloween 100 Page


The folks at DC have a special treat for you kids this Halloween. The publisher announced an expansion to their line of 100-page, Walmart-exclusive...