Articles Posted in the " News " Category

  • Free Queer Indie Games

    There are many free indie games available online: some better than others. I generally like pretty graphics and strong story lines, which aren’t generally the focus of free games. However, there are many areas not covered in games made by companies trying to sell to large audiences, or if they include them, it often ends […]

  • Rave of Thrones, Atlanta-Style

    Maybe I’m just biased because I don’t like Valentine’s Day, but I honestly can’t imagine a better holiday on which to host/attend a Game of Thrones-themed event. I’ve been excited about Rave of Thrones for quite some time, and I was not disappointed! In fact, the only “complaint” I have (if you can call it that) […]

  • “Holy Toy Fair, Batman!” DC Collectibles at NYTF 2015

    From Geoff Johns, chief creative officer of DC Entertainment: “2015 is going to be another groundbreaking year for DC Collectibles… #DCTV has exploded and so we’re following suit with figures and props.” There are definitely some new additions to the DC Collectibles line featured at the NY Toy Fair this year, and not all of […]

  • All That Glitters is Vinyl: Funko at the NY Toy Fair 2015

    If you aren’t familiar with the Funko brand vinyl figures, then I’m sorry, you’re doing it wrong. I never understood the appeal of them until Dean Winchester and Castiel from the Supernatural range caught my eye at New York Comic Con this past autumn. Since then, I’ve been hooked. I had the chance to get […]

  • SDCC General Reg is HERE!

    General registration has been announced for February 21st at 9am PST. For some basics about how badge registration works, head on over to our Pre-reg post, which has some information that is useful even to those participating in General Registration.  Here’s a line by line breakdown of what you’ll need to do on the day […]

  • ‘Crimson Peak’ Trailer Finally Arrives

    The ultimate in geeky cinema has finally reared its heads in the newly released trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak. Fandom has long been waiting for our first look at this Victorian horror film directed by the master nerd himself, Guillermo del Toro. Along with looking like a deliciously shivery haunted house movie, the […]

  • Getting to Know Children’s Author Sharon Straka Hendricks!

    Today I have author of the children’s book Mike and the Deaf Student, Sharon Straka Hendricks with me. Check out our exclusive interview with the author where we talk about how she tackled the issue of bullying in her story, writing Harry Potter fanfic, and more! Tell us a bit about yourself. I am 42 […]

  • Trying to “Save Him” with author Rex Roy!

    Today I have author and dental surgeon Rex Roy with me. He’s the author of “Save Him” a story that deals with drug addiction. Check out our exclusive interview with the author where we talk about his passion for writing, the social evils he wants to help readers overcome through his stories, and more!   […]