• Going To BaltimoreCon…For The First Time!

    This article is a guest post by John Babula and Diego Salas. So you have decided that you are ready to attend your first comic bookconvention. But the real questions is, “Are you ready?” and “Do you have any idea whatone of these events is like?” Well, just recently my comic book friend...

  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 for the Nintendo Wii – review

    The Wii’s best game ever? That’s what reviewers have said about Super Mario Galaxy 2 for the Nintendo Wii. After playing it, I would say they are quite possibly 1oo% right! Though it’s been out for a while now, Super Mario Brothers Galaxy 2 still is generally considered to be one of the Top...

  • 7th Sigma by Steven Gould – review

    Metal-eating artificial life forms called “bugs,” the old Wild West made new again, and the practicing of Zen and aikido mark 7th Sigma, Steven Gould’s latest novel, as something special. It’s a unique page-turning adventure that parallels Rudyard Kipling’s novel, Kim, but rather than being set in colonial India during the Afghan...

  • iCarly “iLost My Mind” Review

    I actually enjoy this show. It’s a funny and witty show. Miranda Cosgrove is a really good actress as is Jennette McCurdy and actor Nathan Kress. This episode is the aftermath of Freddy and Sam kissing and the way the characters feel about it. I laughed out loud at the beginning episode...

  • Petz Fantasy 3D for the Nintendo 3DS – review

    Ever wondered what it would be like to own and raise an exotic or mythical pet, like a red panda or a unicorn, and to teach them tricks and even magic? If so, then Petz Fantasy for the 3DS might be the game for you! This new 3DS game is somewhat similar...

  • Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters – review

    Love him, hate him; you either are a fan of the Green Lantern or you’re not. Either way, how does the XBox 360 game stack up against the movie? Is it fun to play, despite its being an obvious attempt to latch on to the hoped-for popularity of the movie? Or, does...

  • City of Ice by Laurence Yep – review

    Dragons, revenge, a vow made to the warrior goddess Nanaia to help her uphold an unbending code of honor, becoming friends with the Hawaiin goddess Pele and riding a lava surfboard through a volcano:  Scirye has been through a lot in her young life. She and her friends–Leech, Koko the shape-shifting badger,...

  • So Random! Features Mindless Behavior – August 7th

    This week’s episode of So Random, aired on August 7th, featured the musical group Mindless Behavior, and had an array of about 7 sketches. I found this episode to better than last weeks episode in terms of both content and presentation. Although I think they use the laugh track a bit too...

  • It’s the First Day of School…Forever! by R.L. Stine – review

    What would the ultimate horror be? How about if it was the first day of school forever? That’s the premise behind the latest book by the Stephen King of children’s literature, R.L. Stine, It’s the First Day of School…Forever! In it, you’ll read about Artie Howard’s first day as a fifth grader...

  • ThunderCats Reboot Is Full of Great Omens

    Lion-O, who is constantly being outdone by his adoptive older brother Tygra, undergoes the ritual of being chosen by the Sword of Omens to be the next king of Thundera. Soon after, King Claudus welcomes the return of his friend Grune and holds a celebration in both his honor and in memory...

  • So Random! – Dogs Dressed Up, Cap’n Jack Sparrow, and Jacob Latimore

    Last night, I watched the new episode of So Random! On the Disney Channel. The episode featured Jacob Latimore as its musical guest star.  In case you haven’t gotten around to watching the show yet, So Random! is a sketch comedy show that branched off from Sonny With a Chance, featuring young...

  • Green Lantern “Emerald Knights” Is Collectively Awesome

    As the home planet of the Green Lantern Corps faces a battle with ancient enemy Krona, Hal Jordan prepares new recruit Arisia for the coming conflict by relating stories of the first Green Lantern and several of Hal’s comrades. This is a great collection of Green Lantern tales woven into a cohesive movie...

  • Hera: The Goddess and Her Glory by George O’Connor – review

    You think YOUR mother sometimes acts crazy or irrationally–maybe you’ll think she’s not so bad when you compare her with Hera, the mother of all the gods, in the First Second (0:1) graphic novel by George O’Connor Hera: The Goddess and Her Glory! If you like reading about the myths of the...

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