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MindHut Interviews ParaNorman's Director and Writer

MindHut Interviews ParaNorman's Director and Writer

By Becky FerreiraAugust 3, 2012

In anticipation of the new zombie comedy ParaNorman, we sat down with director Sam Fell and writer/director Chris Butler. Check out what they had to say about bullying, morals, and being the smartest, weirdest kid in town....More  →

Paranormal Activity 4 Teaser is Here!

Paranormal Activity 4 Teaser is Here!

By Vadim NewquistAugust 3, 2012

The Paranormal Activity franchise is attempting to rattle our nerves once again, as its fourth installment is set for a Halloween release date, and a brand new extended trailer hit the web this week, teasing us with some of the scares to come....More  →

This Character Needs a Comic: Top 10

This Character Needs a Comic: Top 10

By Steven RomanoAugust 2, 2012

When most people think of the legacy of Alan Moore, the first thing that pops into their craniums is Watchmen and not much else. What many don’t know is that in 1999, Moore actually founded his own comic book company called America’s Best Comics (ABC)...More  →

DreamWorks Reboots We'd Love to See!

DreamWorks Reboots We'd Love to See!

By Beth MishlerAugust 2, 2012

Great news for classic cartoon and comic lovers! DreamWorks Animation recently purchased Classic Media, a company with the rights to many beloved franchises, including Rocky and Bullwinkle, Where’s Waldo, and Voltron. After taking a look at the Classic Media library, we’ve compiled a list of...More  →

REVIEW: Doctor Who: Shada, The Lost Adventure by Douglas Adams
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REVIEW: Doctor Who: Shada, The Lost Adventure by Douglas Adams

By Crystal HudsonAugust 2, 2012

Doctor Who—the science fiction series so epic, its production spawned its own long-lost legend. And that legend is now the novel Shada. Or more formally, Doctor Who: Shada: The Lost Adventure by Douglas Adams....More  →

Trick Your iPhone Out With These Geek-tastic Covers

Trick Your iPhone Out With These Geek-tastic Covers

By Josh PeriloAugust 2, 2012

Sure the iPhone is sleek and well designed, but wouldn't it look even cooler if it were all dressed up like the TARDIS? Of course it would! We found a handful of amazing iPhone covers that will take your handheld from chic to geek in 2.5 nano-seconds....More  →

Darth Maul Tears Up Some Droid Booty in Clone Wars Season 5 Teaser
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Darth Maul Tears Up Some Droid Booty in Clone Wars Season 5 Teaser

By Vadim NewquistAugust 2, 2012

Die hard fans of The Clone Wars were treated to the best season yet last year. The action was brought to new heights, as we saw a tribute to the old Star Wars cartoon Droids, and of course there was the return of the most...More  →

Superman Meets Bruce Springsteen (Metaphorically) in Action Comics vol. 1

Superman Meets Bruce Springsteen (Metaphorically) in Action Comics vol. 1

By Eric GarneauAugust 2, 2012

When the original Action Comics #1 debuted in 1938, Superman was a blue collar man-of-the-people who used his above-average strength, speed, and agility to defend the fair citizens of Metropolis against corrupt politicians, violent mobsters, abusive husbands, and the like. In short order a change...More  →

Marvel's Hawkeye Hits the Target, Rotworld Crossover Begins, Meet the First X-Men + More: New Comics for Aug. 1

Marvel's Hawkeye Hits the Target, Rotworld Crossover Begins, Meet the First X-Men + More: New Comics for Aug. 1

By Eric GarneauAugust 1, 2012

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Hawkeye #1: Of the two big comic companies, Marvel seems to do better when it comes to having realistic heroes—guys you might actually meet on the street who, for whatever reason, have decided to put on a costume and make the...More  →

Sci-Fi and Fantasy Heroes in 16 bit and 8 bit form

Sci-Fi and Fantasy Heroes in 16 bit and 8 bit form

By Vadim NewquistAugust 1, 2012

With how ridiculously life-like computer graphics are these days, it's hard to believe that there was ever a time when video game heroes were represented by crude gatherings of giant pixels that often offered less detail than a cluster of Legos. Thankfully technology has adv...More  →