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Gen Con 2014: Cosplay Roundup

Indianapolis is finally recovering from a four-day table-top binge fest, formally known as Gen Con 2014. Tournaments were had, dice were rolled, and cosplayers were out and about. In between games, I took a stroll around the convention center to find professional and independent cosplayers showing off their latest creations. […]

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SuicideGirls Drop New Book “Geekology,” And Much More

Conventions are great places to snag exclusive merchandise, but they are also wonderful opportunities to preview products for a very focused test group. Estimates put San Diego Comic Con 2014 at +130K attendees and that translates into huge amounts of exposure for any company. SuicideGirls brought their “A” game to SDCC […]

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Return to Role-Playing Game Roots With “The Legend Of Heroes: Trails In The Sky”

There has been a recent flood of re-released and updated games in the market. These remastered titles range from ancient 30-year-old classics like the classic point-and-click adventure “Shadowgate,” to the most recently named Game of the Year “The Last of Us.” While there are those who dismiss this trend as just another way […]

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“A Wrinkle In Time” Gets A Movie Adaptation From Disney & “Frozen” Writer/Director

Jennifer Lee is quickly becoming a name that I trust in the entertainment industry. She was the talented mastermind behind the amazingly heartfelt “Wreck It Ralph” and “Frozen” movies, in which she directed the latter, and wrote the screenplays for both. Those two titles give Lee enough street credit with me to […]

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Drop Some Rupees On “The Legend Of Zelda” Monopoly

Hasbro, you evil geniuses. It never ceases to amaze me how a company can continue to profit off of an 80-year-old game by simply changing themes and repackaging the materials. Just look at how many different licensed versions of Monopoly have been released in the US alone. While I don’t need a Juicy Couture […]

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Celebrating “The Last Of Us” On PS4 – One Night Live

Named “2013 Game of the Year” by more than 200 media outlets, “The Last of Us” continues to make waves in the gaming community as it prepares to drop its PS4 remastered edition. Developer Naughty Dog celebrated the release of this new edition by holding “One Night Live,” a special event in […]

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Marvel Announces “Superior Iron Man”

In what seems like a media blitz with the announcement of a new Thor and Captain America, Marvel Entertainment is at it again. Tony Stark is the focus this time as series writer Tom Taylor (“Injustice: Gods Among Us”) and artist Yildiray Çinar (“SuperGirl”) lead the team that will give fans “Superior Iron […]

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Chicago Comic Con Presents Star Trek TNG Reunion And More

Seven celebrated actors converge onto one theater to reminisce about their legendary trek through the stars. Hosted by the captain of the original TV series, William Shatner brings together the bridge crew of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” to reflect on the 20th anniversary of the program’s final episode “All Good Things…” Join Sir Patrick Stewart (“Captain […]

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Full Comic-Con Event Listing For “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For”

Sin City is rolling out the black and white carpet at Comic-Con in preparation for next month’s release of “A Dame to Kill for.” Fans will get a chance to experience Frank Miller’s iconic graphic novel and film during a number of different events listed below. SIN CITY EXPERIENCE AT […]

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Marvel Announces New Captain America On Colbert Report

Marvel is sure mixing things up these days. Just days ago, Marvel dropped a major announcement that the role of Thor will be given to a female character. It seems Captain America will also go through a different kind of change as Steve Rogers is passing on his shield to another: […]

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