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Review: GameStop’s Green Lantern – Lantern Corps Ring Set

A while ago we were looking over new DC stuff that had come out in 2019, and one of the items that caught our eye was a GameStop Green Lantern exclusive. GameStop usually gets a lot of exclusive items you can’t really nab anywhere else, so when something shiny comes along that you absolutely need […]


Review: Dog Might’s Wooden DM Valhalla Screens

A while ago we had the chance to check out a special item from Dog Might, as they sent us one of their wooden Valhalla Screens for DMs to use. We’ve had a couple of products come out way from Dog Might, and each of them are mighty fine pieces of wooden artwork used for […]



Are Tom King and Mikel Janin Going to... Fiz Ric?

Are Tom King and Mikel Janin Going Back to Grayson to Fix Ric’s Dick?

Tom King‘s final issue of Batman, #85, will be out a week on Wednesday along with everything else from DC Comics, it seems. His Batwoman/Catwoman series with Clay Mann that is meant to follow where his story left off, has been delayed due to King and Mann deciding that Mann should be the lead artist […]

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Taylor Swift Loved the “Weirdness” of Making ‘CATS’

Taylor Swift is gracing cinema screens in two weeks when CATS hits theaters. In a new interview with British Vogue, she reveals that she had a great time being a part of the Tom Hooper adaptation. “I really had an amazing time with ‘Cats,’” Swift told British Vogue. “I think I loved the weirdness of it. I […]




`Universal Drops Terrifying Trailer for New Horror Flick, "Cats"

Universal Pictures Should Probably Delay the Release of “Cats” [OPINION]

The release of Cats so far been handled so poorly by Universal that it almost seems intentional. Do they realize that going up against the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is just a futile venture? The whole film seems awfully rushed (which could be because they wanted to make it in time to qualify […]


Kevin Eastman Sends Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Into Space and No, This is Not a Story

Kevin Eastman Sends Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Into Space and No, This is Not a Story

On November 2nd, Kevin Eastman sent the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles into space. Or, rather, their greatest adversary. His original artwork depicting the character Shredder, made globally famous by the animated cartoon, was launched into space to reside on the International Space Station, thanks to Mountain View California aerospace company, Made In Space. Their Braskem […]


Photo Gallery: BlizzCon 2019

Photo Gallery: BlizzCon 2019 At The Anaheim Convention Center

A little late to the dance, but we finally got a moment to sit down and look over all the pictures from BlizzCon 2019. Whenever I had the chance during the convention between appointments and demos, I pilled out the good camera and snapped a few shots of the action, the displays, the cosplay, and […]

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Drunk Tony Stark in Iron Man 2020 #1? Extended Preview…

Bleeding Cool has pieced together and extended Iron Man 2020 #1 preview below form a number of sources. But there’s one page worth pulling out featuring an Arno Stark Iron Man being interviewed by the media. Because it also shows media reports of a drunk Tony Stark leaving a liquor store/off license in New York, […]

Review: "Farscape" 20th Anniversary - The Complete Series

Review: “Farscape” – The Complete Series 20th Anniversary Edition

This week, Sony officially released the Farscape – The Complete Series on Blu-ray as part of the show’s 20th Anniversary celebration. The show has been released onto home media a few different ways since it was dropped onto Australia’s Nine Network and North America’s old Sci-Fi Channel back in the late ’90s. And while every […]

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Castle Talk: David Moody on Chokehold, Zombies, and Publishing

  This episode we chat with David Moody, whose new book Chokehold comes from St. Martin’s Griffin books. The book ends a couple of book cycles for Moody, it’s the final book in the Hater series that began in 2006, and the Final War series which began in 2017 with the acclaimed One of Us […]

"Charlie's Angels" Once Became "Love Boat Angels:" the Greatest Turkey to Ever Set Sail

“Charlie’s Angels” Go “Love Boat:” the Greatest Turkey to Ever Set Sail

Charlie’s Angles was never a really good show. It was, as was the case with most of the entertainment that Aaron Spelling produced, easily digestible. The premise was simple— a creepy, middle aged dude named Bosley (David Doyle), with the voice of a gravel-chewing pug and the looks to match, manages the Townesend Detective Agency, […]

“The Hunger”: A Feast for the Eyes, Not Much for the Brain (Neon Cinema)

in 1983, Tony Scott whipped up a delectable dish of a vampire flick in The Hunger, which he dropped onto the plates of hungry horror fans everywhere. The movie brought a bold new twist on the tired old vampire mythos of the time— The Hunger was new-wave sexy, eclectic, and oddly original. It was also incredibly […]