Comic Book Review – Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #1 from Titan Comics

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Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor #1 Writers: Nick Abadzis Artist:  Elena Casagrande with Michele Pasta Cover Artist: Alice X. Zhang Alternative Covers by Elena Casagrande, Rob Farmer, Warren Pleece, & Alice X. Zhang Publisher: Titan Comics Quick Take: A new era of begins, as Titan Comics takes over the Doctor Who license and launchs not one but two new Doctor Who series this week, each featuring a different Doctor. (A third series featuring the incoming 12th … Continue reading

Video Game Review – Watch Dogs


When Watch Dogs was announced at E3 in 2012, all eyes in the gaming world were on this new IP from Ubisoft. On track to launch with the new consoles, Watch Dogs was at the top of everyone’s list for game of the year. Then delays hit pushing it back to a much later release. Finally the game has come out, and now we find out if  the push back was worth the wait. The … Continue reading

Godzilla really is King of the monsters!


When you hear Godzilla there are many things that come to mind: A giant lizard in a rubber suit; a Japanese monster film with odd plots; and finally, the 1998 film with Matthew Broderick. This new Godzilla movie is nothing like its predecessors. Sure it has amazing special effects, suspense, and great monsters – but it has a real story – a plot! We all know the regular Godzilla drill, but this film is different. … Continue reading

Comic Book Review – Rai #1 from Valiant Comics


RAI #1 Writer: Matt Kindt Art: Clayton Crain Cover: Clayton Crain Alternative Covers: Bryan Hitch, Stephen Segovia, Raul Allen, Khari Evans, Trevor Hairsine, David Aja & Raul Allen (see gallery below) Publisher: Valiant Comics Quick Take: A lush looking, fast moving comic set 20 centuries from now, but with a film noir vibe. Kmur, but it’s Crain’s visuals that really take takes this book to the next level. Valiant knocks it out of the park … Continue reading

The Sky is Falling

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As long as there has been science fiction, alien invasion has been a staple of the genre.  Beginning with HG Wells immortal classic “War of the Worlds” (Which has been redone, and re-interpreted several times) popular fiction has embraced the alien invasion story, from the 50′s monster and saucer movies to recent summer blockbusters like Independence Day, and going full circle Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of War of the Worlds.  On TV aliens tend to be more … Continue reading