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Five Takeaways From Netflix’s Jessica Jones

We’ve all gotten used to cinematic superheroes, by now. Every year there is a new movie or two that debuts right around this time, with several to follow, as we get deeper into summer. From movie to movie, a lot… Continue Reading →

Defining Deadpool: A Sarcastic Superhero’s Portrayal

Per Matt A lot of people are already throwing around the words “game changer” in reference to the upcoming FOX movie that breaks the fourth wall, but I wholeheartedly disagree. After attending a media screening for Deadpool last week, I… Continue Reading →

Game of Thrones: Episode Five — A Nest of Vipers

House Forrester has declared war on multiple fronts! There is an internal struggle as a traitor is exposed, as well as evil external forces that threaten the very existence of the entire family tree in Game of Thrones: Episode Five… Continue Reading →

The Walking Dead: Season Two – All That Remains

Fans have been on pins and needles, hoping to find the fate of Clementine… and the wait ends now!

The Girls of Gam3rcon Interview: Lauren Selman and Annalice Heinz

Per Matt Starting today, Wednesday July 17th, Gam3rcon, the premier gaming convention that brings gamers and pop-culture fans together, begins with a Preview Night at the 10th Avenue Theatre, featuring a massive rooftop paint party. Video games, tabletop game, comedy,… Continue Reading →

Free Comic Book Day: The Walking Dead

2013 offered possibly the best Free Comic Book Day ever. And the best of the freebies was Image Comics’ The Walking Dead. As a noob to Robert Kirkman’s graphic novels, I was excited to sample some of his original source… Continue Reading →

Telltale Games: The Walking Dead

If you had to make a tough-and-terrible decision that would alter your entire universe, how would you react? Could you react quickly and not worry about the repercussions? Or would you take your time, calmly thinking it through, while the… Continue Reading →

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