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Comics Catch for June 6, 2012

By Eric GarneauJune 6, 2012

Comics Catch compiles short reviews of a bunch of new comics worth reading every Wednesday. ...More  →

Comics Catch for June 6, 2012

3 Celebrity YouTube Channels Worth Your Time

By ChauntonJune 6, 2012

There’s nothing new about YouTube channels. Everyone with a YouTube account has one, and they are usually filled with a random collection of posted videos, or a themed series of vlogs, reviews, comedy sketches, and assorted nuts and bolts. What is new is the series...More  →

3 Celebrity YouTube Channels Worth Your Time

This Character Needs a Comic: Ant-Man (Eric O'Grady)

By Steven RomanoJune 6, 2012

It was the gripe heard around the world. When the finalized roster for The Avengers movie was announced, comic book purists worldwide asked the same burning question: where was Ant-Man? In the early days of Marvel Comics, Ant-Man was a recognized hero, thanks mostly to...More  →

This Character Needs a Comic: Ant-Man (Eric O'Grady)

TRAILERS: Gangster Squad Vs. Lawless

By Tim WainwrightJune 6, 2012

Two new trailers are out for the crime movies that are sure to be competing for box office glory at the end of this summer. Both feature some of today’s hottest stars and both involve mayhem with Tommy guns, so let’s see if we can...More  →

TRAILERS: Gangster Squad Vs. Lawless

Science Fiction and Fantasy Author Ray Bradbury, 91, Passes Away

By Will RossJune 6, 2012

In sad news for geeks everywhere, award-winning Science Fiction and Fantasy author Ray Bradbury passed away today in California. He was 91 years old. Though known best for his novels like Fahrenheit 451, and The Martian Chronicles, Bradbury was also a prolific writer of plays (stage and...More  →

Science Fiction and Fantasy Author Ray Bradbury, 91, Passes Away

REVIEW: The Drowned Cities, by Paolo Bacigalupi

By Paul KirschJune 6, 2012

Though it has some quality characters and a thought-provoking title, The Drowned Cities falls short of answering the one question that made me pick it up in the first place: What's up with those drowned cities?...More  →

REVIEW: The Drowned Cities, by Paolo Bacigalupi

Geeky Memorials We Want To See

By Robert RunyonJune 5, 2012

One of Philadelphia’s most beloved landmarks is its Rocky statue. Perched in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, it celebrates the triumphant moment of Rocky’s training montage as he climbs the museum’s 72 steps and celebrates. In Brussels, one of the must-see sights is...More  →

Geeky Memorials We Want To See
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4 Kick-Ass Ladies of Fiction Who Are Good Role Models

By Nuala McKennaJune 5, 2012

There are a growing number of strong women characters in today’s popular media. From the superhero through to the everywoman, these ladies are popping up everywhere. What’s more, most of these women are good role models in addition to being totally awesome. Some are conventional,...More  →

4 Kick-Ass Ladies of Fiction Who Are Good Role Models

Blogging RPGs: Commitment Issues

By Allison EmmJune 5, 2012

A few days ago, I sat down with my books and decided to make a character from scratch. Having played through only two D&D encounters, it was all still very intimidating. I tried, but there is only one thing I hate more than numbers and...More  →

Blogging RPGs: Commitment Issues