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After Superman and Batman, probably the easiest comics character to drop into random crossovers is Judge Dredd. The Judge–an iconic British creation who officially patrols as judge, jury and executioner ...

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SAKASAMA NO PATEMA Review: Adventure in a Unique and Deftly Crafted Setting

The trademark styling of writer / director Yasuhiro Yoshiura typically evokes a unique, immersing, and unmistakable timbre that captures the viewers’ attention. From the quietly popular Eve no Jikan to the critically acclaimed Pale Cocoon, the ...

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GRENDEL VS THE SHADOW #1 Review: The Consumate Villain Fights the Original Dark Hero

Two characters with remarkably similar wealthy-man-about-town backgrounds, yet who are at opposite ends of the spectrum of crime, come together through the magic of company crossovers in Grendel vs the ...

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Fan Art Friday: Classic Movie Poster Concepts

Artist Mark Welser has a flair for retro designs, most notable in ...
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Music Monday: DRAGON SOUND — Friends (Miami Connection Soundtrack)

Miami Connection‘s story started way back in 1985 when TaeKwon-do master Y.K. ...
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SNOWPIERCER Review: One Hell of a Ride

In the not too distant future, man’s efforts to confront global warming ...
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Saturday Morning Cartoons: BEETLEJUICE

After Tim Burton’s successful 1988 release of Beetlejuice, the ’80s incessant cartoon ...
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There’s no shortage of phenomenal Legend of Zelda fan art floating around, ...
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THE CONGRESS Review: A New Philosopher in Cinema

Based on Polish novel, The Futurological Congress by Stanislaw Lem (Solaris), and ...
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TOTEZ Early Review: Fun for the Ages

The Festival of Tokens is upon us, here in the grand Totezca ...
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Absurd Cosplay of the Week: Who Lives in a Pineapple Under the Sea?

If you guessed SpongeBob‘s depressed, unemployed cousin Floyd who lives in his ...
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SPEC OPS: THE LINE: How Violence and Storytelling Can Coexist

On June 30, 2014, former creative director and co-founder of Irrational Games Ken ...

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“As the mercenary crew of the Perses leave the horror of LV-223 behind them, one passenger reveals a terrible new danger, and the crew soon find themselves in a deadly struggle between predator and prey!” Aliens vs. Predator: Fire and Stone #1 will release on October 8, 2014 from Dark Horse Comics. Cover image via

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Twitch Live-Streaming Schedule — October

In keeping with our 31 Days of Horror theme, Brandon and Spencer will be playing some of the greatest titles the survival horror genre has to offer! Everything from popular Slender: The Arrival, to über indie Yume Nikki, or retro Friday the 13th and Resident Evil, and even a month-long Walking Dead event — we’re […]

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31 Days of Horror Event: Get Pumped for a Marathon of Horror

Letter from the editor: Wow! It’s already been a year, and although I feel older than I should, it certainly doesn’t feel like a long time has passed since our last ’31 Days of Horror’ marathon. I had a blast writing short reviews for films such as The Happiness of the Katakuris, Child’s Play 2, and […]

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Preview: CREEPY #18 — Uncle Creepy’s 50th Anniversary

“It’s Uncle Creepy’s golden anniversary, and his loathsome legacy lives on in this milestone of macabre monstrosity! Prepare for putrid productions from Fred Van Lente (Conan the Avenger), Corinna Bechko (Star Wars: Legacy), Peter Bagge (Bat Boy), Art Baltazar (Itty Bitty Hellboy), and a horrible host of sinister surprises! Don’t miss out!” Creepy #18 will release […]

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GRAVITY FALLS Season 2, Episode 4 Review: Sock Opera

The close of the Gravity Falls season premiere, “Scary-Oke,” basically inverted the show’s entire status quo. Grunkle Stan revealed to Dipper and Mabel that he does in fact know about all the supernatural weirdness of the town. In theory, this gives him a more active role in explicitly solving mysteries, rather than being the puppet-master behind […]

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LETTER QUEST: GRIMM’S JOURNEY Review: A Voweling Good Time

Scrabble isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. For some, it’s a dreadful bore. What if the same general idea, however–using letter tiles to make words–was used in a role-playing game? Imagine a universe in which simple words could annihilate monsters. That’s Letter Quest, a, er, Scrabble-like from two-man indie studio Bacon Bandit Games. Story The premise […]

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MORTAL KOMBAT X Release Date Konfirmed

On September 5 a firm release date was announced for Mortal Kombat X stating it will be released worldwide on April 14, 2015 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, & PC. Old characters are set to return in the latest title, such as Scorpion and Sub Zero, as well as some new characters such as D’Vorah, Ferra/Torr, Cassie Cage and Kotal Kahn. […]

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Nintendo Direct BAYONETTA 2 Details

Earlier today, a Nintendo Direct (video updates put out through Nintendo) was put out dedicated to Bayonetta 2. Nintendo Direct broadcasts are video updates put out through Nintendo to speak directly to their fans. Bayonetta 2 is arguably one of the more interesting titles for the Wii U, and gamers are getting closer to the game becoming available for […]

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#GamerGate and How the Industry is in Need of Change

Changes are drastically needed in gaming politics. Everything from transparency, integrity, and accountability in gaming journalism, or flagrant and abhorrent sexism and racism is a consistent issue across the board. The fact is the gaming industry has been changing exponentially over the last decade, leaving game industry politics in the dark ages with their lack […]

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Music Monday: POWER GLOVE — Streets of 2043

Best known for their work on 2013’s Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon and 2011’s Hobo with a Shotgun soundtracks, the Melbourne, Australia duo Power Glove have been on the scene since 2010, with their first EP releasing 2 years later. Although the group has only officially released one mini-album, they have been featured in various collections and released several singles […]

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