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Joe Biden Insults Game Developers, Calls Them “Little Creeps”

Former Vice President Joe Biden probably threw away any potential voters who play video games after insulting Silicon Valley game developers. Biden is currently in the hunt for the Democratic presidential nomination for 2020, and as part of it, he’s been talking to the press at any chance he gets. Recently he participated in an […]

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Police Currently Investigating Threats At Twitch’s Main HQ

Twitch has asked their staff at the San Francisco offices to work from home today after several threats were made toward their main HQ. Business Insider and Kouaku have been following the story today, which appears to be a shooting threat. In response, the company told their staff to work from home today while they […]

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“Fuller House” Season 5: John Stamos on Lori Loughlin Return, Possible Prequel Series

The fifth and final season of Netflix‘s Full House reboot/spinoff/sequel series Fuller House has had a bit of a rough run of things heading into its (eventual) premiere. Full House and Fuller House creator Jeff Franklin was removed over misconduct allegations. In March, Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli were indicted over allegations they were […]

F**king Incredible Live: Nine Inch Nails 2 Nights in San Francisco

If there is ANY WAY for you to score tickets to one of the remaining dates on Nine Inch Nail’s Cold And Black And Infinite tour, you should do it. >This< writer says this as having the luck to catch both San Francisco dates of NIN at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Admittedly, I’d only […]

Dominique Crenn: First Female Chef in North America with 3 Michelin Stars

Sure, maybe the Michelin Guide isn’t something you expect Bleeding Cool to write about, but you’d be mistaken, because we LOVE food. We also love celebrating greatness, like the news that Dominique Crenn has become only the 10th female chef in the world (and the first in North America) to reach the momentous third Michelin star […]

San Francisco Validates an Election with D&D Dice

The number of phrases which can be said that open with the preface of “Only in San Francisco” is by no means limited. Now it seems there’s at least one more that can be added to that list – the use of Dungeons & Dragons dice to help validate local election results. In a newly […]

An Awkward Evening with David Duchovny in San Francisco

David Duchovny isn’t just that guy from The X-Files, and perhaps it’s time more fans acknowledge that. I say this because earlier this week, I spent an evening at a book signing with the author of the newly released “Miss Subways”, his third published novel. To explain: I was really excited to attend this event, as […]

Ron Howard, R2-D2 and Chewbacca Get in on the NFL Draft

During the NFL draft this morning, when it was time for the San Francisco 49ers to select their pick in the 4th round, the network threw to Ron Howard at Lucas Films in Northern California. Howard of course is the director of the upcoming Solo film and he is standing by a Yoda fountain when […]

Taking a Look: The SFFILM Lineup for 2018’s Festival

I’m very lucky to live (and work) in San Francisco, CA. The city, with more in common with Ancient Rome than perhaps most modern cities (built on seven hills, cultural and political hotbed, bathhouses, etc.), knows how to deliver a film festival. 2018’s San Francisco International Film Festival theme just happens to be diversity and […]

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Tonya Harding Says 99% of ‘I, Tonya’ is the Truth

Tonya Harding is a legend. No really, she is. Especially where ice skating is concerned. She was the first US woman to land a triple axel in competition — a feat that’s only been completed eight times to this date (number eight actually happening during the PyeongChang Winter Games this year) — and was one of […]

FX Puts in Pilot Order For Alex Garland’s ‘Devs’ Series

Maybe I’m slightly biased because of how much I LOVED Ex Machina, but I’ll see anything Alex Garland makes.  Annihilation was pretty great, minus the final 10 minutes, and Karl Urban has now gone on record to say that Alex “directed Dredd” (which was AMAZING), so that puts more positive tally marks in Garland’s collum. It appears his next project will […]

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NFL Post Mortem: the 2017 San Francisco 49ers

A lot has changed in seventeen weeks up in the bay area. The once mighty San Francisco 49ers went into the season hoping to squeeze life out of a journeyman quarterback thrust into a new system and take a run at a division title that was really open for the taking. No one in the […]

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NRG eSports Reveal Their San Francisco ‘Overwatch’ League Team

NRG eSports has announced the members who will be joining the San Francisco team in the Overwatch League this year. The team will be comprised of dhaK, Danteh, IDDQD, Super, Babybay, Sleepy, Nomy, and Sinatraa for a total of six primary players and two substitutes. Now, normally we wouldn’t care too much about this until the […]

Something Rotten! Review: Broadway’s Shakespearian Romp Lands In San Francisco

With all the happenings in the world, sometimes what’s needed is some light diversion to entertain and put a smile on people’s faces. To that end, Something Rotten! does deliver. Coming off of a 742-performance run on Broadway, the national tour has landed in San Francisco for a three and a half week run (until […]

Lin, Tropper To Bring Bruce Lee-Influenced Drama Warrior To Cinemax

In an exclusive from Deadline Hollywood,  Cinemax has announced a 10-episode, straight-to-series commitment to 19th century crime drama Warrior. Inspired by an idea from late martial arts legend Bruce Lee, the series will be created and executive produced by Banshee co-creator Jonathan Tropper; and executive produced by Justin Lin (Fast & Furious) and Danielle Woodrow via Perfect […]

Comic Con Wars – Columbus, Kansas City And San Francisco

   CXC – don’t call it a comic con. it’s a comics festival. Big difference, honest. As Forbes reports, Festival director Tom Spurgeon says, “Our focus is different [from commercial conventions],” explains Spurgeon. “It’s on reading comics as opposed [what] some of comics’ best creations share with TV and movies and [merchandise]. Our focus is on […]

A Married Couple’s Comic Book Store? Whatever….

When I was sent a link to a picture of a married couple who owned their own comic book store, I am sad to say that my innate stereotypical prejudices won out and, in so many ways, I didn’t expect… My apologies, gentlemen. But this is San Francisco and the Whatever Store, a comic store that sells […]


Brian K Vaughan To Write The Walking Dead #ImageExpo

Peter Svensson writes his notes from Image Expo. And we publish them! Brian K. Vaughan is on stage. He asks “did everyone buy We Stand On Guard?” and that artist Steve Skroce is blushing from the attention. He also pointed out that Saga #30 next week. He talked about Panel Syndicate, his digital publishing company, where you pay what you […]

Gail Simone And Cat Staggs Launch Crosswind #ImageExpo

Peter Svensson writes his notes from Image Expo. And we publish them! Gail Simone and Cat Staggs take the stage. Gail begins, “So, guess what, I’m doing an image book. With Cat Staggs. Crosswind.” We see a woman in a cocktail dress smoking with a gun, while in a messed up bathroom stall. Gail has […]