Bamn Comics: A Look From Inside the Ring

Part of the thrill of blogging, reading comics, and attending various conventions is that I get the opportunity to discover new and original work. Not too often do I have the pleasure to come across a concept that’s not only fresh and exciting, but also appealing to more than just the stereotypical comic book mainstream themes…

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The Stumps of Flattop Hill: A Review

Growing up, many of us can remember how scared we were of the most haunted house in the neighborhood. The stories were forever evolving to insert plots or backgrounds that grew more and more sinister, but the foundation of the story remained the same – the house itself was creepy, with or without the stories…

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Malevolent: Bad Never Looked So Good

For lifer horror fans like myself, we’re always looking for an original concept to immerse ourselves in. Well, rest easy, because that film has arrived in the form of the very first two dimensional animated horror, “Malevolent”. In what the creators describe as a meet between “Saw” and “Groundhog Day”, this has everything that a…

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Cosplayin’ With Cos Culture Magazine

If you’re a comic con attendee, or an avid fan, you most likely have seen the massive crowds of fans funnel into the entrances in larger than life costumes. The word “cosplay” is now a household term, especially if your household is awesome, and has been increasingly more popular as “nerd” life has become mainstream…

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Wunderman Comics Review: Time Corps & Earth Invasion

Time travel, alien invasion, celestial bureaucracy – no, I’m not talking about Syfy’s weekend lineup. I’m talking about two fantastic titles created by Nate Wunderman, of Wunderman Comics! Everyone that reads this blog knows that I have a love for indie labels, and newcomers to the comic book industry, and this time, I have a…

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Next Stop, The Twilight Zone

The weeks of Christmas and New Year’s Eve bring joy and gifts of family gatherings, but to the rest of us it brings some of the best television marathons of the entire year, mainly – “The Twilight Zone”. Running from 1959-64, “The Twilight Zone” was created by Rod Serling, and gave us some of the…

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Nerdy Gifts Even Krampus Would Love…Part Two

Since there were so many nerdtastic gift ideas, I decided to do this holiday list as a two-parter like last year! If you’re still looking for that perfect present for the special fangirl (or fanboy) in your life, don’t waste time standing in lines at Hot Topic or Walmart for cool, quirky gifts – read…

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