Russel Burlingame checks out the very latest comic related movies as they are unveiled to the public giving you an early look at the film as he shares his thoughts on whether or not you should see it. It's the good, the bad and the films worth seeing.
To See or Not to See - Russell feels vaguely insulted by season 2 of the hit CBS TV show The Big Bang Theory
To See or Not to See - Russell Burlingame gives his thoughts on the Bruce Willis adaptation of The Surrogates
To See or Not to See Russell Burlingame takes a look at Superman/Batman: Public Enemies
Russell Burlingame shares his thoughts on the new Super Friends: The Lost Episodes DVD collection
Russell Burlingame gives his thoughts on the special features included in the Green Lantern: First Flight DVD
Watchmen Director's Cut DVD Russell gives a review on the special edition Watchmen DVD and finds it a worthy expense
In the spirit of SDCC, Russell gives his thoughts on the latest animated film from Warner Bros., Green Lantern: First Flight
To See, Or Not To See A trippy comic shop romance with a superhero twist and Russ is here with the complete review
To See, Or Not To See Quite possibly the most full and faithful adaption of the comic book series to film?
To See, Or Not To See Taking in an advance screening of the undeniable blockbuster Watchmen, Russell shares a review
To See, Or Not To See Russell discusses the last of the four new Futurama films, Into The Wild Green Yonder
What had people walking around New York Comic Con wearing foam toilet seats? Dead Like Me: Life After Death
Was the choice of comics legend Frank Miller to direct the film exactly right or exactly wrong? Russell shares his review.
As much as the short film Dead End is an argument for fan films, this one is a blinking neon sign that reads "Stay Away"
The feature length Futurama films winds to a close and To See or Not To See shares a review of the latest release
Russell Burlingame / Comic Related Columnist
Russell Burlingame is a journalist and columnist living and working in New York City. In high school, Russell interviewed Elliot S. Maggin for a review of the Kingdom Come novelization, and since then has worked consistently in and around the comics industry. He interned for Wizard magazine, and has freelanced for Wizard and Newsarama, in addition to a number of non-comics publications, Russell is currently working on a graphic novel based on Cap'n Internet, the comic strip that ran in his college newspaper; and a graphic biography of folk singer Phil Ochs with artist Marion Vitus.