Can Indie Developers Save Local Multiplayer Gaming?

by Garyon May 4, 2015
I remember it like it was yesterday. I was sitting on my friend’s couch, and I had a huge lead; it was the final lap of the final race, and we were running for the championship on Mario Kart 64. The course? Star Road. I was miles ahead but in an instant, my kart flew […]

The Duel of Fates: Top 5 Lightsaber Fights

by Michael MacPhersonon May 4, 2015
May the Fourth Be With You! Today is always one of the best days of the year; it’s a day where we celebrate one of best film sagas of all time. You know the one I’m talking about: Star Wars. “Your father’s lightsaber. This is the weapon of a Jedi Knight. Not as clumsy or as […]


The Geeky Weekly: April 26 – May 3

by Laura Cerroneon May 3, 2015
If the White House Correspondent’s Dinner is referred to as ‘Nerd Prom,’ then this entire week should be known as ‘Nerd Christmas.’ With Avengers: Age of Ultron finally opening to the rest of the world and Free Comic Book Day celebrating the very best of comics. Not to mention, May the Fourth is on Monday […]

Orphan Black: All In The Family

by Jeff Fountainon May 3, 2015
The writers of Orphan Black have done a lot of things right, mixing great story lines with dark humor and at the same time moving the show along at a solid pace. However, in this week’s episode “Formalized, Complex and Costly” the show became a victim of its own multiple storylines, bogging down and moving […]

Ira Ore Creative

An Interview with Ore Creative About Stalled Indie Game “Ira”

by Tim Finchon May 2, 2015
Creating a video game isn’t easy – just ask Ore Creative, the makers of point-and-click adventure Ira. After being greenlit on Steam, these first-time developers sought to fund their game via Kickstarter, but dreams and ideals quickly turned to harsh reality when they had to abandon their funding campaign due to poor numbers. So why should you […]
war machine cosplay

War Machine Cosplay Gives Rhodey an Epic Upgrade

by Alanna Smithon May 2, 2015
Sometimes cosplay just gets wonderfully out of hand. Colonel James “Rhodey” Rhodes aka War Machine is already a cool character, but Project Zoogunner took it to a whole new level by making his own War Machine cosplay with some upgrades that would make Justin Hammer cry tears of envy. I’m talking at least 3 gatling guns, some grenade launchers, a […]


Movie Review: Horsehead is A Beautiful and Disturbing Ride

by Jeff Fountainon May 2, 2015
While the beauty of the horror genre is that you can literally find something disturbing almost anywhere, it is never quite as easy to express that horror in a way to shock and disturb the masses. In his feature film directorial debut, Romain Basset finds a way to stimulate our senses and at the same […]

Top 12 Age of Ultron Cosplays

by Alanna Smithon May 1, 2015
“And there came a day unlike any other, when earth’s mightiest heroes found themselves united against a common threat. To fight the foes no single superhero could withstand. On that day, the Avengers were born.” Or rather, the Avengers returned, and today is that day. Avengers: Age of Ultron is finally out in theatres in North […]

coulson vision

8 Marvel Fan Theories That Never Came True

by Alanna Smithon April 30, 2015
Theories, headcanons, predictions – whatever you want to call them, fans always have them. Whenever we’re presented with a fandom we like to make guesses (sometimes wild ones) about what really happened or what’s going to happen next. When the truth is revealed to us we tend to do one of 3 things: Celebrate about how […]

Wolverine Dead? Think Again

by Steph Mernaghon April 29, 2015
Comic readers knew when Marvel came out with the Death of Wolverine story arc that Logan would not stay dead for long. Indeed, the bitter old man will be coming back, seemingly against all odds, in Marvel’s Secret Wars. Brian Michael Bendis is tackling the story while rising star artist Andrea Sorrentino brings the old […]