XFs11 4 1Jeez! We're so behind with our usual sections that this time around we're delivering two reviews in one, comprising The X-Files: Season 11 issue #4, titled “Home Again - Part 3,”  and issue #5 titled "My Name is Gibson."

"...Part 3" opens with the recount of how the Peacocks settled into their new home after the events in Home, Pennsylvania. The Mother claims that they don’t need much; just some walls to continue with their legacy. She admits that their plans were wrong - they couldn’t escape their past - but her pride is far from being weak: “...You can’t keep a Peacock down for very long…” she claims.

Last we saw our heroes, Gibson was having a field day with Mulder’s psyche and caused him to lower his guard, allowing Edward Peacock to attack him as he climbed the Cantus drilling tower and tried to attach the Medici component to the top. The Police were on their way to the scene; authorities were still looking for him and Scully, and the Peacocks and everyone in range are catching the live broadcast of the Police action on TV.

For our recaps and review, click after the jump!




mithcThe Man in the High Castle picks up where we left off last episode.  Juliana and Joe continue their quest for the Man in the High Castle while Frank struggles with his demons, and John Smith is increasingly suspicious of his inner circle. “Revelations” starts off strong this week, keeping you on the edge of your seat all the way through to the shocking end.

As always, ahead spoilers abound. Hit the jump at your own risk.





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In this week’s issues of Topps’ The X-Files, we begin a new two-part story in which Mulder and Scully investigate the disappearance of four scientists who were researching ball lightning at Brown Mountain. Read after the jump for our recap of "Night Lights" Part One.

mithcJoe and Juliana must act quickly as a vicious bounty hunter known as The Marshal arrives in Canon City. Tagomi makes plans with Wegener to pass valuable secrets from the Reich, and Frank plots his revenge against the Japanese. That’s the tagline for episode three of High Castle. The reality is a little bit more complicated.

Hit the jump for our review and recap of episode three of The Man in the High Castle, “The Illustrated Woman.”






mithcabcWelcome back to our weekly recap of The Man in the High Castle. Episode two, “Sunrise,” picks up right where we left off last episode. While episode one introduced us to the world of High Castle in a broad sense, episode two doubles down and introduces us to the brutality of that world in a very personal manner, blurring lines between good and evil and persuading you to come along for a very bumpy ride.

Read on for our recap and review of episode two.







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