Comic Books

The Joker’s Identity Revealed!

For the last few months DC Comics’ readers have been waiting for the epic reveal of who the Joker really is. Fans have been pretty divided on the issue, with some believing that part of what makes the Joker great is his mysterious backgrounds while others just really want to know.  We were promised the revelation in this month’s Justice League #50, which hit comic book store shelves last Wednesday. The Joker’s background has varied over the years, but most origins center... Read More

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Ghetto Nerd Girl Production Diary – Entry #1: Before GNG Was Born

It was late 2012 into early 2013, and for the most part it was one of the happiest times of my life. I was newly-engaged to my best friend and life partner, had just gotten back from Scotland to reconnect with long-lost family members, and I was feeling at peace. For once in my life I wasn’t fighting for or against something to survive; I could simply just be and go about my life without caring for anything too seriously. It was so peaceful it was strange. All I had to concern myself... Read More

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Get a Sneak Peek and Inside Look at Mr. Robot Season 2

Warning: This following article contains spoilers for seasons 1 and 2 of Mr. Robot. Our favorite hacker Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek) along with his imaginary friends Mr. Robot (Christian Slater) and the audience are back and crazier than ever in season two of Mr. Robot. The award winning sleeper-hit comes back to television July 13th to USA Network, and I couldn’t be more excited. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly show creator and executive producer Sam Esmail talked about the... Read More

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The hashtag was all over Twitter on Wednesday after the release of Captain America: Steve Rogers #1, declaring in a loud voice, “Say no to Hydra-Cap!” The crux of the issue was that they made Steve Rogers, better known as Captain America, into a secret double agent for Hydra. Let me repeat that: They made Captain America a double agent for Hydra. I’ll lay out the implications for you, in case you’re not familiar with the story. Hydra is an organization that has... Read More


Gotham, Episode 22 – “Wrath of the Villains: Transference” Review: Will the Real Jim Gordon Please Stand Up?

Warning: The following review contains spoilers from this week’s episode of Gotham. The Finale. The last show of the season. This episode of Gotham was advertised to be pretty wild, and it didn’t disappoint. While we did not get any information on Barnes (Michael Chiklis) or Tabitha (Jessica Lucas), we did get to see what happened to everyone else. The episode picked up right where the last one left off. Edward Nygma (Cory Michael Smith) is “interviewing” Lucius Fox (Chris Chalk) and... Read More


Wizards of the Coast & Viz Media Announce The Art of Magic: The Gathering: Kaladesh

Earlier this week Wizards of the Coast and Viz Media announced their newest addition to the Art of Magic: The Gathering series, Kaladesh, scheduled for release January of 2017. Throughout it’s twenty-two years, Magic: The Gathering has given us glimpses of some of the most beautiful and creative fantasy worlds through card sets and literature. This latest release is a 240-page book that will feature tons of original illustrations from the artists we know and love, including Adam... Read More


Penny Dreadful, S3 E3 – “Good and Evil Braided Be” Review: Bonds Are Forming, Tensions are Rising

Warning: The following review contains spoilers from this week’s episode of Penny Dreadful. The pacing of “Good and Evil Braided Be” seems much faster than most Penny Dreadful episodes and, perhaps, bursting at the seams with pertinent information pertaining to each character’s next steps-to-be in their character arcs. The lines that were once drawn are now crossed, and it appears that everyone’s right on the cusp of a glorious moment of realization. Where each... Read More


Doom (2016) Review: I’m Gonna Sing the Doom Song!

The 1993 cult classic by id Software, known for long, maze-like corridors, demons, awesome weapons, and midi dark surf safari music, is once again back to bring that first-person shooter mania we all nostalgically remember. There’s been a long list of sequels and spin-offs to the original Doom, with every story seems to connect to another game, but the newest addition’s doing something quite different: Rebooting the entire series for the next-gen generation. Developed by id... Read More


Star Wars News!

*SPOILERS AHEAD* This has been a huuuuuuge week in Star Wars news/rumors. From the announcement of a fireworks spectacular at Disney, to the rumored title and a key scene from Episode VIII, it is everything a fan can hope for with a mere 572 days until the theatrical release. Disney has a treat for all fans heading to Florida: Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular will be debuting at Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios beginning June 17th. This show will include the most elaborate fireworks... Read More


Holy Coin Holder Batman!

In what is quite possibly the most important news story of my life, the William Shakespeare bust from the 1966 Batman series is going to be available for sale!!  For those of you not entirely familiar with this classic piece of Bat-history, the bust of Shakespeare in stately Wayne Manor flips open to reveal a button.  With just a push of that button, a bookcase moves aside allowing access to the Bat-poles and the Batcave. Diamond Select,  the company producing the bust, debuted it this... Read More