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Animation

The Suicide Squad Returns and There Will Be Hell to Pay

Amanda Waller is sending the Suicide Squad on another mission.

It’s A Tromaful Life: Toxie Santa and Hectic Knife

Gather ‘round, kiddies. It’s time to tell you a tale of Christmas cheer, as only the fine folks at Troma could.

Get Your Little Ninja & Ninja-Go to Ninjago!

If you’re like most adults, even those with an affinity for LEGO and their amazing universe of both original sets and the myriad of licensed sets, you may not have a lot of familiarity with the LEGO Ninjago series of… Continue Reading →

Rick and Morty Beyond Thunderdome

In a Mad Max-like wasteland, Morty and Summer find ways to take their minds off their parents’ divorce while adventuring with their mad scientist grandpa, Rick.

Gutboy: A Badtime Story Brings Back the Art of Puppetry

Welcome back to a new episode of #HauntLife. This week, I will be reviewing Nick Grant’s Gutboy: A Badtime Story from Troma Entertainment!

Hypericon Fuels the Imagination for Nashville Fandoms

Arriving in Nashville on Father’s Day Weekend, Hypericon promotes literacy through popular arts and media, creating a unique experience for different fandoms in the Music City.

Batman: The Hero the Public Needs

Few comic book superheroes evoke the imagination of the public like Batman. Each person you ask, young or old, may have a special image of Batman in their heads. For more than 75 years, the Caped Crusader has graced the… Continue Reading →

XX: A Horror Anthology Missing the Horror

My favorite kind of horror films are anthology movies. I love horror shorts. In an anthology, if you don’t like one idea, something totally different will be up in a few minutes. That’s why, when I heard about XX, I… Continue Reading →

Cosplayer of the Month: Anomaly Cosplay

Per Matt They’ve been known for crafting entire costumes within three days in the past and together, Monique Fuqua and Kelli Smith team up as Anomaly Cosplay, our first Cosplayer of the Month for 2017!

Happy Anniversary Dragon Con and Star Trek

I experienced my first Dragon*Con Labor Day weekend in 2006, and stayed in downtown Atlanta in the midst of the phenomenal annual event that attracts tens of thousands from across the universe, or at least from the planet Earth. Attendance… Continue Reading →

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