Marvel’s Avengers is a Fantastic Game with a Couple of Standout Issues

I grew up in the era of the NES and games on cartridges. There was no online play, and whatever got put onto that cartridge was the game that you got, bugs and all. Still, if I have to live in a world where the game can be finished after it's released, I'm at least... Continue Reading →

Five Rays of Light in the Darkness of COVID-19

Let's start by clarifying something: COVID-19 is terrible, and nothing could make the pandemic "worth it". However, rather than focus on the darkness around us, we thought it would be good to look at some of the rays of light that are piercing that darkness and giving us a reason to smile while we're stuck... Continue Reading →

A Tribute to Allen Bellman, Iconic Captain America Artist

I'll be honest: I don't have a great collection of vintage Captain America comics. I didn't know Allen Bellman for his works for Timely Comics before they became Marvel Comics. Several years ago my wife and I paused at his table at Lexington Comic and Toy Convention in Lexington, Kentucky. I'd never heard of him... Continue Reading →

A Mind-Blowing Revelation in the Divine Beast Music from “Breath of the Wild”

I have put a ridiculous number of hours into Breath of the Wild. Even after I made it through the game's main story, I went back and did side quests, then just explored the gorgeous landscape. As a music nerd, I even went and bought the soundtrack which I listen to fairly regularly. Then, today,... Continue Reading →

Voice Actor Veronica Taylor Talks POKEMON, TMNT, & More (interview)

Even if we pretended for a second that you didn't like Pokemon, you'd at least still be familiar with it. The explosively successful video game turned card game turned anime was an uncontrollable craze in the 90s and has held onto that popularity in the following years. With Pokemon Sword and Shield set to release this November, the hype... Continue Reading →

Karan Ashley: Power Ranger, Con Creator

Conventions can be taxing on the guests. From panels to photo ops to endless autograph signing and picture taking, pretty much every minute of every day of a convention is booked solid. So what Power Rangers actress Karan Ashley and her friends (including fellow Power Rangers actress Nakia Burrise) decided to do was pretty out... Continue Reading →

The AVENGERS: ENDGAME Rerelease is a Complete Mess

Marvel is rereleasing Avengers: Endgame with extra footage. At first, I couldn't have been more excited. A reason to see the movie again? Sign me up! Then came the news that there would be a promotional poster available as well. Sweet! I mean, just look at it! Then came time to buy tickets. Wow. What... Continue Reading →

Nintendo’s Greatest Hits: E3 Edition

I'm a huge Nintendo fan. Around the office, when E3 time draws near, my coworkers start checking in. What time is the Nintendo presentation? How am I going to watch it? And throughout and after the presentation, the questions continue. What did they announce? What am I the most excited about? Well, it's that time... Continue Reading →

Marvel’s Avengers Game Shows Us That It’s Time to Move On

Let me be the first to say that I will never want anyone other than Chris Evans as Captain America. I will never want anyone other than Robert Downey, Jr as Iron Man or Chris Hemsworth as Thor. Honestly, pretty much every actor in the MCU was the perfect choice for their character, and to... Continue Reading →

WHO WINS IN A FIGHT BETWEEN MARVEL AND DC? EVERYONE.

These days it's easy to get swept up in Marvel's Avengers: Endgame and all of the record-breaking hype that comes with it. It's easy to look at DC's cinematic outings and shake your head in disappointment at the near-successes that didn't quite hit the mark. Look a little harder, though, and you'll see a world... Continue Reading →

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