The first black superhero: The Black Panther

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February is Black History Month, so I’ve decided to take it upon myself to educate the masses about some of my favorite black comic book characters. One of the first black comic book superheroes is the Black Panther. The Black Panther wasn’t the first black character in comic books, but … Continue reading

Twitterbowl: Chris Pratt and Chris Evans will both visit children’s hospitals


In case you missed it, earlier this month Marvel’s Chris Pratt and Chris Evans made a wager over this year’s Super Bowl. It only seemed natural being that Chris Pratt is a Seattle Seahawks fan and Chris Evans is a fan of the New England Patriots. Two actors made a … Continue reading

Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Lost Years

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In 2008, Marvel Studios introduced the world to a shared cinematic universe in which many of Marvel’s comic book character would finally share the screen. Kicking off this experiment in storytelling was Iron Man. While ostensibly a tale focused on Tony Stark’s evolution from selfish industrialist to superhero, a larger … Continue reading

Man at Arms: Reforged creates Scissor Blades from Kill la Kill


The folks over at Man at Arms: Reforged had a lot of request for Kill la Kill’s Ryuko Matoi’s Scissor Blade to be made. And now they have listened to the viewers, as they usually do. For those who don’t know, Ryoku Matoi’s weapons are her uniform and a Scissor Blade, … Continue reading

Escape Room LA: The Detective – A real-life escape room review

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Escape rooms are popular among those looking for a real-life puzzle-solving game. I have been to plenty of these escape room games. Some of them are great, and some of them are very mediocre. My two favorites that I have tried so far are The Purge: Breakout and The Basement LA. … Continue reading

Why Tyrese will make an awesome Green Lantern


Tyrese has been getting a lot of slack over the past few days since he first hinted at possibly playing John Stewart, aka a Green Lantern. I think he would make an awesome Green Lantern in both the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League films. John Stewart was originally … Continue reading

Released illustrations show the Fantastic Four reboot suits


With all the “wonderful” news that’s been surrounding this reboot, it looks like there’s additional information that’s been revealed from this production. Our lovely geek-tastic friends over at Nerdist have released a video showing illustrations on the suit designs for the Fantastic Four. If you don’t have time to watch through … Continue reading

Russia bans hentai

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Announced earlier this month the Russian Federal Service for Supervision of Communications has banned all forms of Japanese hentai to enter or be distributed in the country. The ruling came after 13 videos were discovered on Russia’s social network, Vkontakte. After experts evaluated the videos in question, hentai was ruled as child pornography. … Continue reading

Harry Potter’s Draco Malfoy is actually a Gryffindor

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Draco Malfoy may be a Slytherin, but our beloved Tom Felton, on the other hand, is the complete opposite. He decided to finally join Pottermore, and after being sorted, he was put in Gryffindor! Would you look at that. “Oh bollocks! x” – t22felton Even J.K Rowling herself knew it. … Continue reading

Samuel Jackson and Paul Bettany express their excitement for Avengers: Age of Ultron


The team over at Radio Times caught up with Paul Bettany and he had a few kindly statements to say about Marvel’s upcoming blockbuster. “This is the biggest thing Marvel have ever done,” said Bettany. “It was enormous. I remember, we were at Comic-con, and they showed a portion of the … Continue reading

San Diego Comic-Con moving to Los Angeles?


Guess how long Comic-Con has been in San Diego. Ten? Twenty? No, over 40 years! But times are about to change for the major geek convention. Last year, word of expansion for the San Diego Convention Center created hopes of accommodating more content central for Comic-Con attendees. Now with expansion … Continue reading

Slide the City, the giant slip-and-slide water party event


Do you like water? How about slides? Okay, well how about a giant slip-and-slide water party event? Well if you live in the any of the bigger cities, then you are in luck. The great people of Slide the City have announced their schedule for the Summer of 2015. Since everyone … Continue reading

Self-aware Mario A.I. has been made, watch out Skynet!

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Cyberdyne is the fictional company (which actually exists) from the Terminator series which created the A.I. software Skynet that eventually caused the machines to take over, but now the only A.I. we really need to worry about is from Super Mario Brothers! The non-profit group known as the Association for the … Continue reading

Super Bowl XLIX: Team Star-Lord VS Team Captain America


The Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots are going to the Superbowl! Fans everywhere are excited about this match up, but geeks everywhere are excited about the battle between Guardians of the Galaxy‘s Star-Lord and Avengers’ Captain America. Boston native Chris Evans started it with a tweet to Seattle-raised … Continue reading

Parody pokes fun of Star Wars: The Force Awakens lightsaber

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Check out this new video from Mr.TVCow that parodies the lightsaber seen in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens teaser trailer. Many fans have been vocal about how ridiculous the “crossguard” lightsaber is, and now this video shows you that it can get even sillier. Some examples include the axe … Continue reading

‘Constantine’ gets animated

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Constantine is a fun, supernatural detective show that has certainly found its footing over the course of its inaugural season. Unfortunately, rumblings throughout the hull of the internet have indicated that the Constantine’s future is uncertain at best. Rumors of cancellation have plagued the program almost since its debut, resulting … Continue reading