Love Is All

Last Choice EP

What’s Your Rupture?

Aug 21, 2009 Music Web Exclusive

This quickie pairs "Last Choice," one of the finer moments from Love Is All's last full-length A Hundred Things Keep Me Up At Night, with five new tunes. Wyatt Cusick, who recorded the full-length, is also at the boards on the new songs, helping ensure the reverb-laden, raw garage attack that makes Love Is All's punked-up pop tunes work so well. More

Red Herring (Issue 1)

WildStorm/DC

Written by David Tischman; Art by Phillip Bond and David Hahn

Aug 21, 2009 Comic Books Web Exclusive

The comical sci-fi miniseries is written by David Tischman (Bite Club, Greatest Hits), with art by Philip Bond (Grant Morrison's Kill Your Boyfriend, Vimanarama) and David Hahn (Fables, Marvel Adventures: Fantastic Four). More

Aug 20, 2009 Music Web Exclusive

Björk fans would be wise to clear room off of their shelves as another multi-platform collection from Iceland’s favorite pixie has been released. Voltaic is a gathering of material spawned from the release of the artist’s seventh full-length album, Volta. The centerpiece is a live album that features recordings from tour dates in Paris and Reykjavik. More

Aug 20, 2009 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Since DC Comics has a habit of recycling its old characters, concepts, and titles, it might be hard to leave preconceived notions at the door when you dig into El Diablo: The Haunted Horseman, a trade collecting the six-issue miniseries from 2008. After all, the original character, Lazarus Lane, was an Old West-based, Zorro-esque character, that originated in the '70s. Then there was a fine, if not especially popular, El Diablo series launched in the late '80s, featuring a non-powered mystery man in a small Texas town. In 2001, Brian Azzarello's El Diablo was a fantastic and creepy western with horror overtones. The latest version owes something to all of these, yet is not precisely like any of them. More

Aug 20, 2009 Music Web Exclusive

Fans get a known quantity with each new Sunn O))) record. Bowel-rumbling, droning guitars that plod along like continental plates; the official duo of Greg Anderson and Stephen O'Malley accompanied by a rotating cast of guest stars; a dependable amount of experimentation in the recording process; and so on. More

Aug 19, 2009 DVDs Web Exclusive

Warner Premiere follows up the very good Wonder Woman with one of their most disappointing efforts yet. Green Lantern: First Flight is an all too brief and overstuffed attempt to do animated justice to the comic book fan favorite character Green Lantern. More

Aug 19, 2009 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Having Buffy the Vampire Slayer come back from television death in comic book form has been largely successful for Joss Whedon and Dark Horse Comics. Before the series reached this fourth volume of stories, Mr. Whedon had begun to pass writing duties off to others instead of penning the run exclusively. Unfortunately, Whedon couldn’t pass up the opportunity to have his Buffyverse crossover into the universe he created with his future vampire slayer series Fray. More

Aug 19, 2009 Music Web Exclusive

Electroclash god Felix Da Housecat has been chasing his “Silver Screen Shower Scene” hit song’s tail since the beginning of this decade, with mixed results. His latest artist album, He Was King, is yet another mixed bag of beats and pop. More

Citizen Rex (Issue 1)

Dark Horse

Written by Mario Hernandez and Gilbert Hernandez; Drawn by Gilbert Hernandez

Aug 19, 2009 Comic Books Web Exclusive

Issue 1 of Citizen Rex opens the door to a futuristic society in which our lead character, Sergio Bauntin, exists. With autonomous robots operating among the citizens of some undisclosed and corrupt city, this first installment only leaves questions. More