• HBO Wants to Increase Their Writer Diversity – The Big Two Should Do the Same

    HBO Wants to Increase Their Writer Diversity – The Big Two Should Do the Same

    The need for diversity in geek media is nothing new, but the collective voice afforded to under-represented communities to see themselves in media is growing as the social media machine only increases in influence in the age of the internet. This speaks to the need for the presence of under-represented races, genders, and sexual orientations

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  • Eat All the Corn Dogs: Spider-Gwen #1

    Eat All the Corn Dogs: Spider-Gwen #1

    Spider-Gwen #1 Jason Latour (W), Robbi Rodriguez (A), Rico Renz (C) Marvel Comics Originally, Spider-Gwen was only supposed to have two issues as part of the special “Spider-Verse” event. But from the moment her costume was revealed she had a following and what was only supposed to be two issues became a new female-led ongoing

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  • Twin Peaks Log: S.2 E.5

    Twin Peaks Log: S.2 E.5

    Kayleigh This episode opens with Cooper doing handstands, and he finally–finally!–finds Audrey’s note. Cooper and Harry do their best Hardy Boys impression and break into One Eyed Jack’s to save her. Cooper rescuing Audrey and disarming his knife-wielding attacker is some swoon-worthy stuff. And Hawk makes a heroic rescue, because Hawk is awesome. Leland and

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  • My First Game: Tetris

    My First Game: Tetris

    I was handed a Game Boy, grey and bulky with purple buttons and big enough to be classified as some sort of bludgeoning tool or weapon nowadays. I’d probably need a briefcase just to carry the thing around. However it was the first of many hand-me-downs from my older siblings, and one I didn’t let

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  • A Trip Down Fear Street: What I Learned about Dating from Fear Street

    A Trip Down Fear Street: What I Learned about Dating from Fear Street

    After a brief hiatus, A Trip Down Fear Street is back! This time with handy-dandy lists. For the month of love, I decided to read, appropriately enough, love themed books from the series: First Date (no. 16, 1992), Double Date (no. 23, 1994), and Killer’s Kiss (no. 42, 1997). Because Fear Street was often targeted

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  • Review Red Sonja #100: Female Brains Destroy Men!

    Review Red Sonja #100: Female Brains Destroy Men!

    Red Sonja #100 Dave Acosta, Pablo Marcus, Taki Soma, Noah Salonga, Sergio Fernandez Davila (a) Eric Trautman, Roy Thomas, Michael Avon Oeming, Gail Simone, Luke Lieberman Dynamite February 2015 Dynamite is going big this year in celebration of Red Sonja’s decade with them. And who wouldn’t want to celebrate the She-Devil with a Sword? She’s long

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  • WWAC Warriors: You’re the Best Eye of the Tiger in the Danger Zone

    WWAC Warriors: You’re the Best Eye of the Tiger in the Danger Zone

    We’ve covered a lot of topics in WWAC Warriors: the basics of bodybuilding and running, how to get back on your feet after time away from the gym, and how to take care of your equipment. We’ve discussed all kinds of goals from building muscle to losing weight to improving endurance to learning a new

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  • Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 24 Reviewed

    Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 24 Reviewed

    Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files 24 John Wagner/Various (w), Various (a) Rebellion March 2, 2015 For many Judge Dredd fans, 1995 was a bad year, mostly because of The Movie That Must Not Be Named. I choose to look on the bright side. The Movie That Must Not Be Named is hilarious viewing if

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