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Afua Richardson

Afua Richardson: Igniting the Comics Industry

by Laura Cerroneon December 19, 2017
With her art recently gracing several covers of Marvel’s Black Panther: World of Wakanda, Afua Richardson is coming in to a well earned prominence in the comics field. She recently chatted with us at Ace Comic Con about the meaningful symbols in her art and her upcoming projects.   You recently did the Black Panther […]

Ace Comic Con Highlights

by Laura Cerroneon December 17, 2017
Ace Comic Con took place last weekend from December 8-10 at the NYCB Live: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. This unique convention is centered on creating a curated fan experience. This inaugural con brought together most of the Justice League cast to meet, sign and chat with fans at panels and events all weekend. Marvel’s Daredevil […]

Marc Guggenheim

Talking Roots with Arrow EP Marc Guggenheim

by Laura Cerroneon December 13, 2017
Yes, you know Marc Guggenheim as the creator and executive producer of DC’s Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow. He’s also written the screenplay for Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and the television show Eli Stone. Through all of these endeavors he somehow manages to find time to write X-Men: Gold for Marvel. In the midst […]

Ace Comic Con Launches This Weekend

by Laura Cerroneon December 6, 2017
Ace Comic Con enters the arena of comic conventions this coming weekend with its inaugural event launching in Long Island, New York. Helmed by the Gareb and Stephen, who previously built Wizard World from the bottom up among other successes such as their pop culture magazine. From December 8 to December 10, fans can descend […]

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Movie Review: Buckout Road

by Jeff Fountainon November 25, 2017
Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival 2017 I have to say, the creative minds behind Buckout Road did a great job in making the film much more than a simple ghost story. Weird ass albino killers in the woods, a woman seeking revenge as she strolls around at night and oh yes, witches. The […]
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Movie Review: Kill Order

by Jeff Fountainon November 22, 2017
The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival 2017 Fast fists and fast-paced, Kill Order makes no bones about what it’s about right away and that is a very good thing. There is a plot, don’t get me wrong, but this movie is all about action, well-choreographed relentless action, that benefits greatly from casting stunt […]

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Movie Review: Red Spring

by Jeff Fountainon November 21, 2017
The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival 2017 How do you make a movie about a world ravaged by vampires interesting? The whole apocalypse/vampire genres have pretty much been done to death, so this presents quite the challenge. Successful movies or TV shows that tackle this subject focus on the people and the struggle […]

Fannibal Fest 2017: A Love Letter Between Fans, Artists and Actors

by Jeff Fountainon November 18, 2017
For anyone who has ever attended a convention, you understand how crazy they can be in terms of attendance, schedules, etc. Now imagine being behind the scenes and trying to organize and run a convention for the very first time. Well, this is what the people behind Fannibal Fest 2017 attempted and they did a […]

Ransacking the Dungeon: Chatting Dungeons and Dragons with Mike Mearls

by Garyon October 30, 2017
“As you venture further into the tunnel the sunlight dims behind you and your lantern begins casting vicious shadows against the crooked walls. You come to an intersection where the tunnel branches into opposite paths. On the right, the tunnel is slick with muck, covered in a bizarre green fungus you don’t recognize. It almost hisses […]

Interview: Luke Shanahan

by Jeff Fountainon October 25, 2017
Recently we had the chance to talk to writer/director Luke Shanahan about his new movie Rabbit and his experiences in the world of film. So was getting into the movie business something you always wanted to do or did you discover this later, like one of those wonderful happy accidents? Luke: No, I was pretty […]