I’m using that announcement to talk about the book itself. Written by Joshua Williamson with art by Jorge Coelho, The Haunted Mansion had a road ahead […]
The fanboys cover the news of the week including a Free Comic Book Day preview, Wizard World, Eisner Award Nominations, Bill & Ted Returning, Captain Marvel casting, The Magnificent Seven, new Star Trek series, Supergirl, Chronicles of Cisco, Lucifer, XBOX 360 fate, New Playstation details, and so much more!
Buddy Solitaire has a problem. A stand-up comedian who has grown up with it in his blood, he can’t seem to connect what he knows […]
Fanboy Planet’s luminary, Derek McCaw, asked me to write up my super Star Wars nerd fanboi reaction/speculation/etc for this morning’s latest attempt to break the […]
These are the facts: on March 13, 1997, bright lights in a triangular formation appeared over the state of Arizona and over Sonora, Mexico. In […]
I said it earlier: there are just far too many good films to see at Cinequest. Balancing the viewing with the reviewing is a tough […]
While watching dozens of great independent films, we were able to sit down with the crews and casts of Love is All You Need? – a powerful message about bullying and acceptance with an “alternate world” twist, The Phoenix Incident, a UFO invasion story that you probably saw on the news, and finally Friends Effing Friends Effing Friends – a modern comedy drama about relationships between circles of friends in modern society.
It’s a quiet armageddon. Every day you wake with a limited knowledge of the world, of yourself, and of those around you. Some smaller things do stick, but the cohesiveness of what we were, of who we were, is gone. Waking experience teases some of this out to consciousness, but we still see a stranger in the mirror.
Now that Cinequest is fully upon us, I need to touch on a small subject of interest to those of you going to the festival. […]
Gather ’round, children, for a tale of disappointment and woe. Every once in a while, you play a game that is so bad that […]
It centers around a pun and premise so bland and obvious that even Maria Hill, undercover as the Mayor, calls attention to it. Welcome to Pleasant […]