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Ghost #1 Review

by Greg DeVrieson December 10, 2013
Ghost is a story of Elisa Cameron, a girl stuck between worlds. Banished to hell for discovering something she shouldn’t have, and subsequently brought back, she occupies the limbo between life and death, hunting demons. Combine this premise with some fantastic art, and you have a story worth checking out. I was drawn to this book […]
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Artist to Watch | Javier Santamaria Carpio

by Bridget Thrashon December 10, 2013
This week our Artist to Watch is Javier Santamaria Carpio from Barcelona, Spain. Javier is an upcoming video game design artist and we are glad we will be seeing his art on the Wii-U soon.

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Fanatical Five | Top 5 Gaming Accessories for First-Person Shooter Fanatics

by Katerina Perichon December 9, 2013
There’s no better way to spend the Holiday break than indulging in a little (okay, a lot) of competitive, first person action.  Whether you’re playing online with/against friends in Call of Duty: Ghosts, or playing the single player campaign of Battlefield 4,

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Cartoon Network: New Season of Boondocks Coming In 2014

by Charles Powerson December 5, 2013
Huey, Riley, and Robert Jebediah “Granddad” Freeman will be returning to tv screens in a new season next year.

Spider-Man Battles For His Life in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Trailer

by Charles Powerson December 5, 2013
Well after being teased all over the web as of late, we now have the first official trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

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Artist to Watch | Louis Sollune and his Fanatical Portraits

by Bridget Thrashon December 3, 2013
This week's Artist to Watch is Louis Sollune. Louis is a published graphic artist from Montreal, Quebec. Louis' work first caught our eye in the graphic novel, Silver Cord.

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Avengers Arena Series Review | It’s a Mad, Mad World

by Greg DeVrieson November 30, 2013
This week, Avengers Arena finished after eighteen issues and thirty danger filled days of Murderworld. There were new characters, fights, deaths, triumphs of the human spirit, and a whole lot of angry fans. Were their fears justified? Let’s take a look at the series as whole. NOTE: Given the nature of series, it is impossible to […]
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Artist to Watch | John Sidoryk’s Watercolor-Styled Masterpieces

by Bridget Thrashon November 19, 2013
This week's Artist to Watch is John Sidoryk from Prague, Czech Republic. John's watercolor-esque digital paintings snatched our attention with his creative take on some of our favorite things.

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The Board Game Fanatic | Ticket to Ride

by Jake Valentineon November 19, 2013
Ticket to Ride is a game that needs no introduction. Not only is it a popular gateway game between mainstream and niche, but it’s also won numerous awards.
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Xbox Live Gold Members Will Receive Free Monthly Xbox One Games in 2014

by Luis Mendezon November 18, 2013
Microsoft will be extending their Games for Gold promotion for the Xbox 360, giving free games to Xbox Live Gold subscribers every month, to the Xbox One sometime next year.

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Good Guy Microsoft Congratulates Sony on PS4 Launch

by Charles Powerson November 15, 2013
Comradery, one thing the gaming industry could use more of. Well Microsoft sure stepped up to the plate this time.
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The Fifth Beatle Review

by Greg DeVrieson November 12, 2013
The Fifth Beatle is the story of Brian Epstein, the manager behind The Beatles. Without him, it’s likely they would never have gotten much further than Hamburg. And yet, his is the story that gets lost most often in the mythology that has surrounded The Beatles. Luckily, we have this superb graphic novel to present the […]

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New York Park #1 Review

by Greg DeVrieson November 10, 2013
I have a confession to make: I really enjoy reading dramas about teenagers. It’s really strange and I didn’t realize until it was pointed out to me, but several of my favorite comic runs (Runaways, Avengers Academy, New X-Men Academy) are teen drama. Which is weird, because I dislike actual teenagers. But it’s because of this […]