The Man of Steel takes on the menacing Brainiac in this action-packed animated feature from Warner Animation and DC Comics.
Missing a couple of beats, adding some new secret sauce and wrapping it up in one of the funkiest packages we’ve ever seen, “Phase One” is a celebration of the Avengers saga thus far.
This entry in Marvel’s Iron Man franchise from anime powerhouse Madhouse is visually stunning, with a fantastic Japanese voice cast, but the story is bit of a letdown and the English cast just doesn’t work.
This low budget superhero thriller lacks the punch to make it an interesting watch.
For fans of the over-the-top, high octane, action films mixed in with a kind of cartoonish feel, Funimation’s Incredibly Ever After just may be your dream ticket.
A new generation of these primary-colored superheroes has arrived to thrill preteen boys, but don’t expect too much in the way of stories (or from this Blu-ray release). It should make for a fine stocking stuffer.
Christopher Nolan finishes off his Dark Knight trilogy by saving the best for last with The Dark Knight Rises, a fantastic superhero crime drama with excellent visuals, edge-of-the-seat action and a menacing villain.
Joss Whedon’s Astonishing X-Men comics come alive in these fascinating motion comic editions form Marvel Knights and Shout! Factory.
The Amazing Spider-Man is less a reboot than it is slight retelling of the Spider-Man origin, but it lacks some punch when it comes to consistent action sequences and a clearly defined villain.
Frank Miller’s Dark Knight is older, more vulnerable, and grittier, and this animated adaption on Blu-ray from Warner packs just the right punch.