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House of Night #1 Sparkles... and I Don't Mean the Vampires

The House of Night series is a popular young-adult urban fantasy series, one that’s ridden the back of the current vampire tread to popular success, with over millions of copies sold in the series since the series began in 2007. Now there’s ten books released and multiple novellas that expand upon the universe of the […]

Our Love Is Real One-Shot Review: Love Hurts

I didn’t know what I was getting into when I volunteered to review this one-shot. I was expecting something thought-provoking, cerebral, something that would make me wonder about ourselves and how we could become sexually attracted to other things than, well, other people.  The final page of this comic says to file it under “Sci-fi/OMG/WTF”. […]

Guilty Crown- "a preperation" - Episode 5 Recap

Guilty Crown‘s fifth episode “a preparation” proved to be a fun episode that gave Funeral Parlor a better presence within the series. After being rescued by Gai and Funeral Parlor, Shu is brought before the group and given to Ayase for training. Ayase quickly learns that Shu is pretty pathetic: he has no stamina, he’s […]

The Looney Tunes Show - "French Fries" Recap

Daffy vows to never speak to Porky again after his former-friend eats his fries. Meanwhile, after losing his chances to go to the big football play-offs, Bugs tries to get himself in anyway by using Yosemite Sam, who is in the running to win one million dollars. What happens when you get a “fight” episode between […]

Generator Rex: Agent of Providence Generates Minimimal Excitement

Generator Rex: Agent of Providence Publisher: Activision Developer: Virtuos Multiplatform (Xbox 360 Version Reviewed) Does it pay to judge a game by its cover? Yes, Generator Rex: Agents of Providence gives every appearance of being a generic licensed kiddy cartoon game, from the uninspired cover art, to the underwhelming gameplay claims on the back such […]

Top Five Classic Comic Book Villains!

A ‘villain’ is defined as a wicked or evil person, a dramatic or fictional character who is typically at odds with the hero and the cause of particular trouble. This is something we see every week in our favourite comics and television shows, year after year, as far back as many of us can remember. […]

Fate/Zero - "Night of Stratagems" - Episode 6 Recap

Out on a late night reckless drive, Saber and Irisviel unexpectedly find themselves face to face with Caster. He kneels before Saber and claims she is Jeanne d’Arc, his “beautiful maiden” that he wished to see revived during the Holy Grail War. Saber tries to reason with him but quickly realizes he is insane and […]

Regular Show - "Cool Bikes" Recap

Mordecai and Rigby lose their golf cart privileges after wrecking the carts they had. In order to get it back, they have a bet with Benson. If Benson admits that Mordecai and Rigby are cool, then they can get their golf cart privileges back. As you may have already noticed, it’s an episode that involves […]

The Last of the Greats #1 - Should You Really Take Candy From Aliens?

At one of its most basic levels, what science fiction does is ask “Wouldn’t it be cool if…? questions. “Wouldn’t it be cool if there were humanoid robots?” “Wouldn’t it be cool if we could travel to other planets?” “Wouldn’t it be cool if an advanced civilization came to earth to share their knowledge with […]

Adventure Time - "Beautopia" Recap

Susan Strong returns to the treehouse to convince Finn and Jake to take back her mutant tribe’s original subterranean home of Beautopia from the mysterious and deadly “glub-glubs”. Finn agrees to light Beautopia’s massive torch, but Jake is suspicious of both Susan’s sanity and identity.  While it’s only been less than a year since the […]

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