• Square Enix Group To Help Disaster Victims In Japan

    Posted Monday, March 21st, 2011 08:08 am GMT -4
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    Japan has a long way to go in their recovery efforts after the devastation they endured over a week ago.  Thankfully, countless companies and people have been donating their time and money to lessen the suffering of the Japanese people, and now Square Enix has decided to do the same. Square Enix Group announced that, following […]

  • Indie Comic Review: ‘Space Cowboy’ (Plus A Bonus Interview With J. David Spurlock)

    Posted Sunday, March 20th, 2011 02:10 pm GMT -4
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    Get an autographed copy! Read through the entire Space Cowboy review and interview on how to enter. When I think of old time sci-fi the words pulp and noir come to mind, followed closely by camp and cheese. In Vanguard Productions’ Space Cowboy by writer J. David Spurlock, the pulp and noir are definitely well […]

  • Chicago Vying To Be Home For Space Shuttle Orbiter

    Posted Saturday, March 19th, 2011 09:08 pm GMT -4
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    Like 21 other institutions, Chicago’s very own Adler Planetarium is hoping to be one of the chosen ones that will have the privilege of housing a Space Shuttle Orbiter.  While no one knows exactly which cities will be selected, The Adler Planetarium released a rendering of the state-of-the-art glass pavilion and learning center it would […]

  • ‘Apocalypse 2012′ App Available For iPhone And iPad

    Posted Saturday, March 19th, 2011 06:01 pm GMT -4
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    Watch the evening news for just ten minutes and it’s not difficult to fathom the fact that we’re facing unprecedented times.  From earthquakes, tsunamis, flooding and other disasters occurring around the world, many believe we’re speeding toward the Apocalypse.  So what are we to do? Lawrence E. Joseph, acclaimed investigative journalist and best-selling author, has […]

  • TV Review: ‘V’ Mother’s Day (Season 2 Finale)

    Posted Saturday, March 19th, 2011 11:01 am GMT -4
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    On Tuesday March 15th ABC wrapped on season 2 (and possibly the series) of their alien invasion drama ‘V’. In the episode “Mother’s Day”, the sophomore show held nothing back. To be honest, it would have been great to see some of the risks they took in the finale a little sooner in the series. […]

  • Kids Invited To Compete Via Microsoft Kodu Game Lab

    Posted Saturday, March 19th, 2011 08:08 am GMT -4
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    There’s no doubt that most kids love gaming and technology. With the vast array of gaming systems out on the market today, it’s hard to find a child who doesn’t own one. Well, Microsoft knows and appreciates the enthusiasm kids have for gaming. In fact, they recently announced the full availability of Microsoft Kodu Game […]

  • Interpret: Nintendo 3DS Must Be Both New And Different

    Posted Friday, March 18th, 2011 09:12 pm GMT -4
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    It’s common sense that new products need to appeal to be both innovative and different in order to carve their own niche.  But according to a recent study, even though Nintendo 3DS future purchasers are young and avid gamers, their gaming system has yet to distinguish itself among the myriad of others that are on […]

  • ‘Homefront’ Invades Store Shelves

    Posted Friday, March 18th, 2011 06:08 pm GMT -4
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    Did you ever wonder what would happen if America was invaded by foreign country?  ‘Homefront,’ a new videogame now in stores, depicts the invasion and occupation of America by a nuclear-armed Greater Korean Republic in the year 2027. ‘Homefront’ depicts an America as you’ve never seen it before – crushed by the heel of a […]

  • Movie Review: Paul

    Posted Friday, March 18th, 2011 11:38 am GMT -4
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    I’m a sucker for parodies when they’re done well, and Paul is just that, a sarcastic, crude parody of all those great alien films we’ve grown up with, notably including E.T. The Extraterrestrial and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. He’s three feet tall, can become invisible if he holds his breath, and talks like […]

  • ‘Battlestar Galactica: Blood And Chrome’

    Posted Friday, March 18th, 2011 11:04 am GMT -4
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    Attention, ‘Battlestar Galactica’ fans! If you’ve ever wanted to know what Young William Adama’s Adventures in the First Cylon War were like, you’re about to find out. Production has just been completed in Vancouver on Syfy’s highly anticipated 2-hour pilot, ‘Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome.’ This is the all-new chapter in the ‘Battlestar Galactica’ saga, […]

  • Zombies Now Invading Facebook

    Posted Friday, March 18th, 2011 07:57 am GMT -4
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    You’ve seen zombies in movies and on television, crawling through streets on an endless hunt to devour human flesh.  There’s no escape; we all know it’s true.  But just when you thought the internet was safe, zombies come to Facebook.   Digital Chocolate, a leader in social games across growing platforms, recently announced the launch of […]

  • ‘Paul’ Soundtrack Offers Strange Array Of Music

    Posted Thursday, March 17th, 2011 09:12 pm GMT -4
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    ‘Paul’ hasn’t even been officially released yet and the soundtrack is already digitally available!  You’ll want to catch a listen to these songs because it seems as though the soundtrack promises to be as strange as the movie, and then some!  You may recognize classics such as Todd Rundgren’s “Hello It’s Me;” Bill Withers on Grover […]

  • Anchor Bay Picks Up Post-Apocalyptic Film ‘The Divide’ At SXSW

    Posted Thursday, March 17th, 2011 06:00 pm GMT -4
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    According to Deadline, Anchor Bay has picked up the U.S. rights to director Xavier Gens (‘Hitman’, ‘Frontier(s)’) post-apocalyptic thriller ‘The Divide’ for a low seven-figures. Deals for several other territories beyond the U.S. are currently in negotiations. The film made its world premiere Sunday night at midnight at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. The […]

  • Why I Love ‘Elfquest’

    Posted Thursday, March 17th, 2011 02:04 pm GMT -4
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    In present times, self-publishing is not a foreign concept.  You can find several creators at conventions who are publishing their own webcomics, print comics, or digital versions of their comics for e-readers.  Sites exist solely to help you get your work out there without help from the big guys.  It was different back in 1978 […]

  • Comic Book Review: Xombi #1

    Posted Thursday, March 17th, 2011 11:03 am GMT -4
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    ‘Xombi’ is the story of David Kim, a Korean-American scientist from New Jersey. Kim has developed a nanotechnological virus capable of extensive tissue regeneration. But before he could test his invention, a villain named Dr. Sugarman broke into his lab and tried to steal the virus. In the fight, Kim was critically injured and in an attempt […]