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The American Remake of Foreign Films

Hollywood is fixated with pre-sold movies. For the unfamiliar, a pre-sold movie is any movie that is a sequel, prequel, adaptation or remake. The idea is that familiar productions cause increased interest and generate greater ticket sales. Tinseltown makes big… Continue Reading →

Welcome New Writer: Holly

Hello out there! My name is Holly and I’ve been a geek all my life. As it turns out, it wasn’t just a phase (much to my parents chagrin) and I’m stuck this way forever. This is totally cool with… Continue Reading →

Previewing MTAC 16-Bit

The Middle Tennessee Anime Convention returns for its 16th-year anniversary on Friday, March 25 through Sunday the 27th, so attendees can expect a large celebration of anime, manga, popular arts and Japanese culture at the event.

MTAC 16-Bit Interview: JT Kesterson

Per Matt This week, MTAC 16-Bit returns to Middle Tennessee celebrating and educating the public about Japanese animation, media and popular arts, but none of that would be possible without the efforts of the convention’s Production Services team. Heading up… Continue Reading →

Cosplayer of the Month: Yaya Han

Per Matt Yaya Han is one of the most iconic cosplayers around. Whether she’s appearing on Syfy’s Heroes of Cosplay, attending a convention as an invited guest or judging a costume contest, her costumes are instantly recognizable. She puts a… Continue Reading →

The Walking Dead Interview: Jerome Opena

Per Matt Jerome Opena is a big fan of Zombies. His artwork has covered many comic-book titles, most notably on both The Walking Dead, as well as Marvel Zombies. At Wizard World Comic Con Nashville, we spoke with him about… Continue Reading →

Cosplayer of the Month: Jackie Craft Cosplay

Per Matt Flareon would be so proud! Representing the Pokemon character, Jackie Craft Cosplay is our Cosplayer of the Month!

The Iron Giant: Signature Edition

Per Matt If you would have told me 16 years ago that a writer-director-artist from The Simpsons who would eventually win multiple Oscars was teaming up with the voice talent of Vin Diesel (Guardians of the Galaxy), Jennifer Aniston (Hercules),… Continue Reading →

Ex Machina

Blurring the dividing line between artificial intelligence and humanity, Ex Machina questions society’s perception of reality.

Previewing Wizard World Comic Con Fort Lauderdale 2015

Fans from around South Florida will unite to celebrate their love of all things geek and pop culture as Wizard World Comic Con invades Fort Lauderdale at the Broward Convention Center on October 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 2015.

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