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Judging a Book By It’s Cover: The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina

Judging a Book By It’s Cover: The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina

Welcome back to ‘Judging a Book By It’s Cover’. This weeks selection is The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina #1 from (wait for it…) Archie Comics. Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, art by Robert Hack, We bought this book for one reason: We like the cover. So how does it read? Read On

For the Love of Cosplay!

For the Love of Cosplay!

I am not a cosplayer , nor do I see myself as someone who judges cosplay. But I am someone who can tell when someone does it because they love it. When someone has a passion to just be a character from something they love.  I will write one of these articles whenever I spot someone that is doing it for the love of cosplay. At Rose City Comic Com I came upon such a person … His name is Kevin ... Read On

Ultron. Is. Here.

Ultron. Is. Here.

During Marvel’s Agents of Shield on Tuesday (Oct. 21st) it was announced that the trailer for Avengers Age of Ultron would premiere the following week. Earlier today, be it by leak, accident, or to prevent mass hysteria, a low quality version of the trailer was uploaded to the interwebs. Read On

A City Sleeps – A Novel, Disjointed Rhythm-Shooter

A City Sleeps – A Novel, Disjointed Rhythm-Shooter

Last week, we talked about how a game can add up to more than the sum of its parts. This week is kind of the same thing, but the opposite. A City Sleeps is made from a bunch of competent, and often unique elements. Unfortunately, they never really come together. Read On

Comic Stocks: Books to Watch

Comic Stocks: Books to Watch

Welcome to Comic Stock, where our mission is simple: find the next book to add to your collection, before you can’t afford to. Or, if your the profit seeking sort, which books to snag and flip. Here we look at for whats happening outside of the books themselves, and how it may effect prices. Read On

Comic Treasures: Marvel Two in One Annual #7

Comic Treasures: Marvel Two in One Annual #7

In the winter of 1982 I lived in Alaska. There was the small mall that had to be driven to, or the Quick Stop with it’s one spinner of comics. Some would stay on the spinner for months. I took the long trek by foot to the Quick Stop and found a hidden gem. Read On

Fury – A Claustrophobic Character Study

Fury – A Claustrophobic Character Study

Fury is a magnificent film. A harsh look at war inside a violent roller coaster. Read On

Judging a Book By It’s Cover: Gotham Academy

Judging a Book By It’s Cover: Gotham Academy

Welcome back to ‘Judging a Book By It’s Cover’. This weeks selection is Gotham Academy #1 from DC comics, written by Brenden Fletcher and Becky Cloonan, art by Karl Kerschl. We bought this book for one reason: We like the cover. So, how does it read? Read On

Shadow of Mordor

Shadow of Mordor: Familiar Pieces Assembled Into Something New

If you’re only looking for consumer advice, we can make that easy. Should you buy Middle Earth: Shadows of Mordor?  Yea, probably. I give it an A-. Now lets move on to something more interesting. Read On

Secret Identity, Issue 1: Rikkugrape

Secret Identity is on a mission to get behind the scenes with cosplayers. Our first volunteer to shed the tights is Rikkugrape. Rikku is a Portland, Oregon based cosplayer who focuses primarily on video game and anime characters. Read On

two night stand

Two Night Stand Reviewed

‘Two Night Stand’ is the type of movie I like; A film that just makes you take a breath and enjoy. Throw in a wonderful cast with the likes of Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton and I’m there. Read On

Judging a Book by it’s Cover : Marvel’s Axis

Judging a Book by it’s Cover : Marvel’s Axis

Hey Everyone. Every Wednesday we buy a comic book we normally don’t buy, based solely on the cover. We don’t even look inside before purchase. This week the selection was ‘Axis’ #1 from Marvel Comics. written by Rick Remender and drawn by Adam Kubert. Read On

Patch Notes: 1.01 (Video Updates)

Patch Notes: 1.01 (Video Updates)

In an ever changing world, sometimes you need a heads up on interesting changes. Find them here, on Patch Notes! – Hosted by Jena Sims.   Read On

First Impression: Forever

First Impression: Forever

If you are unfamiliar with Forever, let’s clear that up. Gruffudd plays Dr. Henry Morgan, a New York medical examiner with a gift: Morgan can’t die. He can be killed, and in the last two hundred years, has been frequently. Every time Morgan dies though, he emerges in a nearby body of water, naked, and continues on with his life. He has become rather obsessed with death, particularly in... Read On

First Impression: Gotham

First Impression: Gotham

Martha and Thomas Wayne were always going to end up dead in an alleyway, somewhere in the heart of Gotham city. It is the moment of impact, the trigger for all events to come. What if, though, you changed the ripples. That is what Gotham is: Bruce will be Batman, Gordon will be Commisioner, but everything else is up for grabs. Read On

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