Summary of Heroes of Cosplay

Yaya Han, Heroes of Cosplay

There have been many articles written about Heroes of Cosplay including an initial review of the first episode by myself. There’s been a lot about the show that’s been written, but I wanted to see how it all would play out, because as everyone on the show said, “It was … Continue reading

Want to visit the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron? Help LA’s homeless women


Update: September 25th Downtown Women’s Center has announced that they’re having an auction that would allow two lucky fans a chance to visit the London set of the Avengers: Age of Ultron. The two fans will get to be Joss Whedon’s personal guests during filming in Spring 2014. Not only that, … Continue reading

Deep cover: The cover art of 007

The Spy Who Loved Me

I’m a Bond fan. I can’t think of a single person I know who isn’t. Through 23 official films and three unofficial movies, the character of 007 has become a towering figure in our modern pop-culture. Though we’re all familiar with the Bond films, the character of 007 was introduced … Continue reading

Top 10 SyFy Channel Ads


If you’re a fan of science fiction then you are likely familiar with the SciFi Channel. And though, everyone has their favorite SciFi Channel “era”, it should be noted that throughout Scifi’s tenure, while not everyone agreed on the programming, everyone loved the advertisements. Even now, as it exists as … Continue reading

13 alternative ‘Friday the 13th’ movie posters

fridaythe13th - MONDO Jay Shaw 01920121

Happy Friday the 13th everyone! In honor of this “unlucky” day, I wanted to take a look at the famed horror series through the artwork of some very talented people. So curl up in your tent, put on your hockey masks (or burlap sacks), and scroll through our collection of 13 … Continue reading

Joss Whedon speaks briefly about James Spader’s role as Ultron in Avengers 2


Joss Whedon released a video recently speaking about his choice on casting James Spader as Ultron. Personally, I was one of the minority that wondered if he would be up to snuff in taking this huge role on. However, after re-assuring myself with the phrase “In Joss we trust”, I … Continue reading

For Your Eyes Only: The Secret History of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Secret History of S.H.I.E.L.D.

With the Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on the horizon, I wanted to take a look back at the history of the organization and its’ key players, to better give us an idea of the things we might expect in the upcoming series. Nick Fury and his Howling Commandos: Though Nick … Continue reading

Wayward Manor: Neil Gaiman’s video game debut


If you’re familiar with the name Neil Gaiman, chances are you’re familiar with his work in the world of comics (Sandman, Marvel:1602) and novels (American Gods, Coraline). If you like Gaiman’s work then you should be pleased to know that he’s trying out his storytelling in a new medium, video … Continue reading

Top 25 Badass Women of Science Fiction and Fantasy (Live action TV/Movies)


Picking out the most badass women of live-action TV/movie science fiction/fantasy characters was very difficult for us, but we were able to sit down together and pick them. We probably will get a lot of flack for missing some people or having people on here, but we had a good … Continue reading

What are they smoking over at DC?


Fresh off the heels of a controversy surrounding Batwoman’s lesbian wedding (which caused two writers to leave the Batwoman comic altogether), DC has outdone themselves once more. After “re-vamping” Harley Quinn’s new outfit to something way more revealing, the company launched an open talent search for an upcoming Quinn comic. … Continue reading

GTA V’s Michael is actually Claude from GTA III?


When the first images and videos for Rockstar Game’s latest installment of the Grand Theft Auto franchise hit the web, many avid GTA fans believed that the game’s main protagonist was none other than Vice City’s Tommy Vercetti. Rockstar was quick to dispel any rumors and stated that the newest … Continue reading

Frederik Pohl author of ‘Gateway’ dies at 93


The best genre fiction is used as allegory. When we see a world populated by apes, or a space army populated with children, we recognize these concepts as costumes for larger ideas. The best writers in science fiction and fantasy know this, showing us utopias made real on other planets … Continue reading

Being Iron Man IRL: How to (kinda) dress like Tony Stark every day


In this new geek style series, we explore major characters in the nerd-world and their preferred choice of fashion. Let this be a guide to how you can add to your wardrobe to emulate these popular specimens in real life, but not actually cosplay as them everyday. See the first … Continue reading

Hear Danny Elfman’s music from Tim Burton’s films in concert (Los Angeles)


Tim Burton’s films are usually dark and morbid, so what perfect timing than to have a concert featuring Danny Elfman’s score from his Tim Burton films on Halloween this year. Located at the Nokia Theatre LA Live in Downtown Los Angeles, the concert will feature music from movies like Batman, Edward … Continue reading