Posts From Genevieve LeBlanc

Genevieve LeBlanc
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Genevieve LeBlanc is a contributing writer for NerdReactor.com and lives in snowy Canada.

Colton Hayes and Emily Bett Rickards talk Arrow season 2 at SDCC

The CW’s Arrow will be back for a second season on October 9th, and Nerd Reactor has the 3rd installment in our countdown to the season 2 premiere, bringing you

Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg talk Arrow season 2 at SDCC

The CW’s hit TV show Arrow, a live-action adaptation of DC’s The Green Arrow, will be back for a second season October 9th. We here at Nerd Reactor are pleased

Greg Berlanti talks Arrow season 2 at SDCC

October 9th will see the return of the CW’s hit TV show Arrow, which until now has been loosely based on DC’s The Green Arrow. Today Nerd Reactor is proud

SDCC ’13 : Interview with Jim Rash and Yvette Nicole Brown from Community

Nerd Reactor was fortunate enough to catch up with two of stars of the TV cult hit Community in the Comedy Central Lounge at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Yvette

The Sidekick premieres at San Diego Comic-Con

This year, San Diego Comic-Con attendees had the opportunity to attend the premiere screening of The Sidekick, a short film written and starring Rob Benedict and a star-studded cast. In

Batman: Arkham Origins talks new voice talent, a female Copperhead, and the possibility of Batgirl?

Today was the first day of San Diego Comic-Con for most attendees, and many were fortunate enough to catch a sneak peek at the up-and-coming Batman: Arkham Origins at their

Extra Credits launches Games for Good on Rockethub

For those of you unfamiliar with the Penny Arcade TV series Extra Credits, you’re missing out. Under the slogan “Because games matter,” Extra Credits takes five minutes every Wednesday to

Canada spits out the most games per capita, study says

It seems like it’s a good time to be a game designer in Canada. The great white north may only rank third behind the USA and Japan when it comes

Liz Katz may have once been in porn, so what?

Liz Katz has been an inescapable name these past few days, especially if you spend time on our website. Katz became infamous when her Indiegogo campaign for a new costume

Comic shop refuses to shelve Orson Scott Card’s Superman

A local comic book and geekery store in Ottawa, Ontario has, among other retailers, decided not to shelve author Orson Scott Card’s controversial Adventures of Superman anthology due to the

THQ giving away free copies of Metro 2033 via Facebook

It seems as though Christmas has come early! Publisher THQ is giving away free copies of their title Metro 2033 for PC in exchange for Facebook likes in an effort

Sexual harassment in the convention community: A personal account

Every now and then an article will pop up about sexual harassment in the geek community; we have all seen them. Be it harassment in online gaming or at conventions,

RHA MA-350 Earphone Review

UK audio company RHA has recently released a new set of noise isolating aluminium earphones, the RHA MA-350. I’m normally more of an over-ear headphone type, but after spending a

Zombie Cat book review

If my time on the internet has taught me anything it’s that the online community has an unfaltering love for two things: funny cats and zombies. And whenever two things

Dishonored’s The Tales from Dunwall mini-series has us pumped

Dishonored is a stealth action-adventure game from Arkane Studios and Bethesda Softworks hitting shelves this October 9th, and I am so excited. Despite winning over 50 awards at E3, the

Snow White and the Huntsman Blu-ray review

You know what the world doesn’t need? Yet another dark re-imagining of classic Brothers Grimm fairytales. And yet on June 1st, 2012 North America saw the release of Snow White

Bilingual Otakuthon Convention Review

This past August 3rd-5th saw a unique invasion in the streets of Montreal as geeks and cosplayers flocked to La Palais du Congres for the 6th annual Otakuthon anime convention

No scalping in Assassin’s Creed III: A more in-depth examination

Back in March it was announced that scalping, which was originally planned as a feature, had been removed from the up-and-coming Assassin’s Creed III. Even before the announcement was made

Joss Whedon, The Complete Companion book review

Very few creative minds in the world of television are adored as fanatically or studied as thoroughly as Joss Whedon. Scholars flock to his work, exploring hundreds of topics in

Lou Ferrigno Interview at Ottawa Comiccon

Hulk smash! The first annual Ottawa Comiccon may only be half over, but Nerd Reactor is already bringing you a taste of the convention that’s been blowing expectations to pieces