For the past couple of years I’ve gone to San Diego Comic Con as the guest of a professional friend, a New Zealand native who works in the film industry. We’ll call her Carrie. Two days ago I got this message: “I’m starting to worry about traveling to the States. I’ve seen a couple of […]
The first Pokémon GO in-game event of 2017 has arrived! In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Niantic has rolled out a week-long package of bonuses. There isn’t any new content, but there are some features that will help you fill in those new spaces they added to your Pokédex in December. Read our before commenting. Please […]
Justice League Dark has decent pacing, a traditional storyline, and some fan-favorite JLD characters. If you’re not already familiar with these characters, though, you’re going to have a hard time following the story in parts. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
Cartoon Network just ordered a series based on Summer Camp Island, an animated short from Adventure Time‘s Julia Pott. The short is making the rounds at international film festivals and has won at Ottawa International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and American Film Institute Fest. As a series, Summer Camp Island will tell the story of […]
We caught up with Lan Diep (AKA Councilman America as I’m now calling him) after his Captain America tribute went viral. He gave us a few words about how people were reacting, what Cap means to him, and what’s happening with that shield. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole […]
Have you been staring morosely at your laptop, trying to find a way to get to Heathrow for Red Dragon 3 next month? Well, if you act soon there might just be a closer Hannibal convention for the North American fans. A group of fans are running a Kickstarter to bring members of the cast […]
Sometimes a book comes along that hits right at the heart of a social issue, one you can imagine the cool teacher in high school assigning thirty years from now to show how people thought in 2017. That’s exactly how I felt reading The Skill of Our Hands, Steven Brust and Skyler White’s second joint novel which […]
In case you missed it, Season One of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events dropped on Netflix. The story plays so well over the eight episodes that it may as well have been custom-written for the network. Add it to your queue and thank me later. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content […]
All In Fear is a dark little treasure trove of queer horror stories released last month by Open Ink Press. Fair warning: the book is definitely for mature readers. Several of the stories feature explicit sexual content, and there is genre-typical violence in places. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in […]
Sherlock returns in “The Six Thatchers” with some surprises – but not as many as we expected, and not all of them are the good kind. Also, there is now a baby. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.