• ‘The Walking Dead: I Ain’t A Judas’ – Recap

    Posted Monday, February 25th, 2013 02:57 pm GMT -4

    There comes a time during every awards show when you just wish you were watching someone curb-stomp a zombie. Sunday night’s episode of ‘The Walking Dead: I Ain’t A Judas,’ delivered that and more. Well, a little more. After the action-packed last five minutes of the previous episode, I was expecting to kick into high gear […]

  • ABC Recasting The Mad Hatter For New Spin Off Pilot

    Posted Monday, February 25th, 2013 01:33 pm GMT -4

    The last time Oncers saw Jefferson, aka the Mad Hatter, he had reunited with his daughter Grace in the episode ‘We are Both’. Now it looks like we’ll be seeing the popular fairy tale character in his own spin-off series as ABC is contemplating developing a show around the popular ‘Alice in Wonderland’ character. How […]

  • ‘Star Trek’ Debate: How to Use a Holodeck Acceptably

    Posted Monday, February 25th, 2013 12:00 pm GMT -4

    To be honest, the idea for this article first came up when I was out with friends and we were making fun of what we casually called “Tom Paris’ flagrant holo-pimpin’”. Though, the conversation got a little more serious when we started to discuss the difference between Lieutenant Paris’, and Lieutenant Barclay’s holodictions (addiction to […]

  • William Shatner Dons Star Fleet Uniform For Oscar Opening

    Posted Monday, February 25th, 2013 11:00 am GMT -4

    While it is well known that the Oscars don’t think much about the sci-fi genre (after all, in the visual effects category ‘Life of Pi’, the only non-genre film of the group, beat out ‘The Avengers’, ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’, ‘Prometheus’, and ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ for the award), it was pleasant to […]

  • ‘Comic Book Men: Super Hoagie’ – Recap

    Posted Monday, February 25th, 2013 10:00 am GMT -4

    Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash has been a retailer of fine comic books and comic-related merchandise in Red Bank, NJ for 15 years, but on this week’s episode of ‘Comic Book Men’, they got into a new kind of business. After realizing that local eatery that included many of the town’s streets and businesses […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Morbius: The Living Vampire’ #2

    Posted Sunday, February 24th, 2013 09:45 pm GMT -4

    Previously on the tales of Spider-Man, Morbius was imprisoned for losing control of his blood lust. When that happened he became at odds with everyone who he’d been able to build a relationship with over the years. Recently during Spidey’s battle with Doc Ock he was able to escape. Now he’s living on the streets […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Sword of Sorcery’ #5

    Posted Sunday, February 24th, 2013 09:00 pm GMT -4

    Lady Graciel is finally able to pull her daughter Amaya back to Gemworld after she was summoned to Earth (First Home) to assist Justice League Dark… and enjoy a Chicago style pizza.  Upon her arrival, Amaya exhibits a new power, prompting Graciel to finally speak to her daughter about her father, Vyrian, the prince of […]

  • Merlin recap-”The Hollow Queen”

    Posted Sunday, February 24th, 2013 08:18 pm GMT -4

    When things start off with a cloaked figure fumbling his way through the dark, bad things are probably on the docket. It’s no different here when Daegal, a boy whose tattooed forearm identifies him as a druid, uses a hidden key to get into the castle proper and reaches Merlin, asking for the wizard’s help […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Batwoman’ #17

    Posted Sunday, February 24th, 2013 07:50 pm GMT -4

    It should be noted, with much sadness, that this is the last issue of  this series to be illustrated by the genius that is J.H. Williams III.  He will be sticking around to co-write the title with W. Haden Blackman, but without his innovative illustrations, this book will be missing something.  But… he went out […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Revival’ #7

    Posted Sunday, February 24th, 2013 07:33 pm GMT -4

    Welcome back to Wassau, Wisconsin for Issue #7 of Revival,  where some the dead have trouble staying dead, no one seems to know why, least of all Dana Cypress, the cop investigating the “Revival”. If you thought this was going to be a typical zombie sort of comic, you were wrong because no matter how […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Star Trek: Countdown Into Darkness’ #2

    Posted Sunday, February 24th, 2013 06:40 pm GMT -4

    It’s time for issue #2 of Countdown to Darkness, which means we only have two more months to wait for Into Darkness. Needless to say, I’m giddy with excitement. But don’t get too excited. The cover insinuates that there will be heavy amount of Uhura but she really only gets about two pages. Ah well, […]

  • Book Review: ‘Last Days’

    Posted Sunday, February 24th, 2013 05:38 pm GMT -4

    When I initially received Last Days by Adam Neville, I was completely skeptical from the book’s description. How could they pull off a book in a “Blair Witch Project” style setting? There’s no way it could plausibly be that interesting or really drag you into the story right? That’s what I felt but I’ll always […]

  • ‘Touch: Perfect Storm’ – Recap

    Posted Sunday, February 24th, 2013 04:45 pm GMT -4

    This week’s episode of Touch is brought you by the number 5991. So, if you remember last week’s episode of Touch, you know that this is going to be one wild ride. Unfortunately, none of the questions we want answered will actually get answered, and we are left with even more, but whatever. There’s always […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Deadpool’ #5

    Posted Sunday, February 24th, 2013 03:49 pm GMT -4

    Since Deadpool joined the fray along with the other heroes in Marvel NOW!, he’s had his hands full dealing with some dead presidents. No, not in the fun way that involves booze, women, and chimichangas (which is what I imagine Deadpool spends money on). He’s been tasked with the job of sending the recently reanimated […]

  • Comic Book Review: ‘Vibe’ #1

    Posted Sunday, February 24th, 2013 02:45 pm GMT -4

    So, it’s finally here!  As noted on the cover “The Unlikeliest Hero” gets his own book… a series no one thought would ever happen.  Yet here it is, Vibe #1, starring the break dancing, Latin stereotype from the reviled “Justice League Detroit” one of the least successful revamps in comic history.  So how did it […]