Black History Month Graphic Novel Spotlight: Jerry Craft’s New Kid, the Newbery Medal Winner

Somewhere along the way in comics and graphic novels, superheroes stopped being for kids. At the same time, we’ve seen an increase in graphic novels of all kinds for kids. Books like American-Born Chinese, Bone, and Amulet show a wide variety of stories. Sure, comics for grown-ups also have a great variety, but the non-superhero stories aren’t embraced as much as kids embrace the plethora of stories available to them. And now, we’ve come to...
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Black History Month Graphic Novel Spotlight: Jerry Craft’s New Kid, the Newbery Medal Winner

Toss A Coin To Multiple Witchers: Season 2 Of The Witcher Announces New Cast Members

Save up your coins because the season 2 of The Witcher will have (at least) two more Witchers to toss them to. Actors Paul Bullion (Peaky Blinders) and Yasen Atour (Young Wallander) have joined the cast of the Witcher for season 2. Bullion will play the character of Lambert, another Witcher from the School of the Wolf. Atour will play a Witcher from the region of Poviss, named Coën. Both of these characters feature in a...
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Toss A Coin To Multiple Witchers: Season 2 Of The Witcher Announces New Cast Members

Taika Waititi To Direct Jude Law In Upcoming Horror-Comedy Series The Auteur

Taika Waititi is on a role. He directed one of the most beloved films in the MCU, Thor: Ragnarok. And, more recently, he won his first Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay with Jojo Rabbit. So, what's up next for one of the most promising directors working today? A Showtime series! Taika Waititi will be directing The Auteur, with Jude Law starring. What We Know About Taika Waititi and Jude Law's Collaboration, The Auteur, So Far Development on...
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Taika Waititi To Direct Jude Law In Upcoming Horror-Comedy Series The Auteur

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Black History Month Graphic Novel Spotlight: Jerry Craft’s New Kid, the Newbery Medal Winner

Somewhere along the way in comics and graphic novels, superheroes stopped being for kids. At the same time, we’ve seen an increase in graphic novels of all kinds for kids. Books like American-Born Chinese, Bone, and Amulet show a wide variety of stories. Sure, comics for grown-ups also have a great variety, but the non-superhero […]

BY Roman Colombo February 20, 2020
Toss A Coin To Multiple Witchers: Season 2 Of The Witcher Announces New Cast Members

Save up your coins because the season 2 of The Witcher will have (at least) two more Witchers to toss them to. Actors Paul Bullion (Peaky Blinders) and Yasen Atour (Young Wallander) have joined the cast of the Witcher for season 2. Bullion will play the character of Lambert, another Witcher from the School of the […]

BY Emily O'Donnell February 20, 2020
Taika Waititi To Direct Jude Law In Upcoming Horror-Comedy Series The Auteur

Taika Waititi is on a role. He directed one of the most beloved films in the MCU, Thor: Ragnarok. And, more recently, he won his first Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay with Jojo Rabbit. So, what’s up next for one of the most promising directors working today? A Showtime series! Taika Waititi will be directing The […]

BY Meghan Hale February 20, 2020
Chris Pratt Showed Support For Tom Holland During Sony and Disney Drama

Tom Holland and Chris Pratt are both well-known for their appearances in a variety of Marvel films. Holland has quickly become one of the most beloved actors to play Spider-Man. Pratt will forever be our Star-Lord. Though the two characters are heroes on very different levels, their on-screen charisma will forever make them a joy […]

BY Meghan Hale February 20, 2020
Who is Carnage in the Marvel Universe? – Origins and Powers

In Venom, a final scene shows Woody Harrelson in a hilariously on-the-nose red wig. That was our first look at Cletus Kasady, more well known to some as Carnage. With Spider-Man playing a vital role to the state of the MCU moving forward, we can assume Kasady is going to be a major villain to […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 19, 2020
Disney+ Reveals First Clip of Season 7 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars by Highlighting the Bad Batch

Star Wars fans may eagerly await the next story in the films or season 2 of The Mandalorian. However, the most anticipated new thing is something, well, old. After debuting the release date for Season 7 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Disney+ released the first preview clip highlighting the Bad Batch. The title of […]

BY Joshua M. Patton February 19, 2020
Ben Affleck Opens Up About Why He Stopped Being The Batman In New Interview

The Batman is dead, long live the Batman! This is how it is for fans of the caped crusader. Sure, Bruce Wayne may be ageless and eternal in the pages of DC Comics for 80 years, but mere mortals age. Michael Keaton is more like Bruce Wayne in the Batman Beyond series than the character […]

BY Joshua M. Patton February 19, 2020
Alas, Green Arrow and the Canaries Has Not Yet Been Picked Up By the CW, Producer Confirms

For fans of the Arrowverse, specifically those who are sad about the Arrow series finale, Twitter got exciting in the wee hours of the morning. A writer for another site, who did successfully predict Titans being renewed for season 3, dropped what seemed like a seedling of hope. He said that Green Arrow and the […]

BY Joshua M. Patton February 19, 2020
Set Video of Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady Shows Him Doing…Something Bad?

Venom fans got their first, long-awaited look at the man who would be Carnage in action today. A set video showing Woody Harrelson as Cletus Kasady hit the internet. Much of the focus on Venom 2 has been on the reports that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man might make an appearance. Since Sony and Disney reached a […]

BY Joshua M. Patton February 18, 2020
Revenge of the Sith Retro Review – The Game

As a child of the mid 90s, I grew up heavily impacted by the Star Wars prequels. I remember attending a birthday party to see The Phantom Menace, having no knowledge there were others released decades ago. I became obsessed, and after seeing The Clone Wars, I was all aboard the hype train for Revenge […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 18, 2020
Castlevania Season 2 Recap: Expanding The World Of Dracula And His Kingdom

Castlevania Season 2 recap takes a look at everything that happens in the second season, ahead of its season 3 release on March 5, 2020

BY Shah Shahid February 18, 2020
More Podcasts Go Exclusive: Is That Good?

To regular podcast listeners, it’s a phrase as familiar as the tag lines for Squarespace or ZipRecruiter. Usually as the episode is winding down, the podcast host makes a sincere plea. “Be sure to rate and review on [your listening app of choice].” However, that phrasing seems destined to fade away as more podcasts become […]

BY Salomé Gonstad February 18, 2020
Best Rebuilds for NBA 2K20 – MyLeague Tips

I’m a huge fan of NBA 2K20, but most of my time is spent in one area of the game. While some work to become dribble gods on MyPark, I stick to MyLeague. Solely, for the the experience of managing a team. Working to rebuild teams on MyLeague is the reason I average over 200 […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 17, 2020
E3 Veteran Geoff Keighley Skipping Conference in 2020

I think one thing I love about video game journalism is getting to talk games. On the best day, covering gaming news involves great reveals, exciting titles, and hopes for my favorite series. On the worst day, I can usually say the downers about gaming journalism involve the industry. Sometimes, profits and sponsors get in […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 17, 2020
Generation One: Age of Mysteries is Coming, and Nothing Will Ever Be the Same…Again!

In Wonder Woman #750, we saw the first reveal of the new DC timeline, establishing Wonder Woman as the “first superhero.” Now, this isn’t a simple retcon. Doomsday Clock, in a convoluted way, made every retcon and reset cannon. How, you ask? We tried explaining here. Anyway, the new timeline is part of an upcoming […]

BY Roman Colombo February 17, 2020
Sonic Box Office Record Races Film to First for Weekend

President’s Day weekend is usually a pretty popular time at the box office. Some adults get the day off, students in K-12 don’t have any school. Of course, for some, it’s just another weekend with no time off, but the box office tries to plan around these sorts of holidays, no matter how trivial. A […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 17, 2020
Arthurian Legend Comes To Life In The Green Knight Trailer

A trailer for The Green Knight dropped this week. The fantasy stars Dev Patel as a knight of Arthurian legend who sets out to challenge a mysterious otherworldly figure. The film will be distributed by A24, the studio behind critical hits like The Lighthouse and Midsommar. Directed by David Lowery, this is a change of pace from his […]

BY Emily O'Donnell February 16, 2020
Epic Games Founder Says Politics Don’t Belong in Gaming – He’s Wrong

I didn’t necessarily expect to be writing about this today, but here we are. In some comments recently, Epic Games Founder Tim Sweeney made some remarks about the state of gaming. More particularly, gaming as it pertains to politics and a growing divisiveness between opposing moral and ethical beliefs. Sweeney’s comments point to an increasingly […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 16, 2020
Black History Month Graphic Novel Spotlight: Watson and Holmes: A Study in Black

Who doesn’t love a good mystery? And who doesn’t love Sherlock Holmes? Well, this take on the famous detective is one of the best reimaginings out there. Writer Karl Bollers and Pencilers Larry Stroman and Rick Leonardi’s Watson and Holmes: A Study in Black takes the classic Sir Arthur Conan Doyle characters and reintroduces them […]

BY Roman Colombo February 16, 2020
Castlevania Season 3 Trailer Opens The Doors To Hell

The Castlevania season 3 trailer brings back all the evil, while broadening the world of the Netflix original Anime series.

BY Shah Shahid February 16, 2020
Revenge of the Sith Retro Review – The Game

As a child of the mid 90s, I grew up heavily impacted by the Star Wars prequels. I remember attending a birthday party to see The Phantom Menace, having no knowledge there were others released decades ago. I became obsessed, and after seeing The Clone Wars, I was all aboard the hype train for Revenge […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 18, 2020
Best Rebuilds for NBA 2K20 – MyLeague Tips

I’m a huge fan of NBA 2K20, but most of my time is spent in one area of the game. While some work to become dribble gods on MyPark, I stick to MyLeague. Solely, for the the experience of managing a team. Working to rebuild teams on MyLeague is the reason I average over 200 […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 17, 2020
E3 Veteran Geoff Keighley Skipping Conference in 2020

I think one thing I love about video game journalism is getting to talk games. On the best day, covering gaming news involves great reveals, exciting titles, and hopes for my favorite series. On the worst day, I can usually say the downers about gaming journalism involve the industry. Sometimes, profits and sponsors get in […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 17, 2020
Marvel’s Avengers Pre-Order Deals: Where to Get The Best Bonus

Pre-ordering games used to be a way to make sure you had a highly anticipated title as soon as possible. Now, pre-orders are a sort of incentive for extra content and goodies. A fun bonus is usually enough to get me to pre-order a game, and an upcoming Marvel video game fits that bill for […]

BY Taylor Bauer February 14, 2020

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Black History Month Graphic Novel Spotlight: Jerry Craft’s New Kid, the Newbery Medal Winner

Somewhere along the way in comics and graphic novels, superheroes stopped being for kids. At the same time, we’ve seen an increase in graphic novels of all kinds for kids. Books like American-Born Chinese, Bone, and Amulet show a wide variety of stories. Sure, comics for grown-ups also have a great variety, but the non-superhero […]

BY Roman Colombo February 20, 2020
Toss A Coin To Multiple Witchers: Season 2 Of The Witcher Announces New Cast Members

Save up your coins because the season 2 of The Witcher will have (at least) two more Witchers to toss them to. Actors Paul Bullion (Peaky Blinders) and Yasen Atour (Young Wallander) have joined the cast of the Witcher for season 2. Bullion will play the character of Lambert, another Witcher from the School of the […]

BY Emily O'Donnell February 20, 2020
Taika Waititi To Direct Jude Law In Upcoming Horror-Comedy Series The Auteur

Taika Waititi is on a role. He directed one of the most beloved films in the MCU, Thor: Ragnarok. And, more recently, he won his first Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay with Jojo Rabbit. So, what’s up next for one of the most promising directors working today? A Showtime series! Taika Waititi will be directing The […]

BY Meghan Hale February 20, 2020
Chris Pratt Showed Support For Tom Holland During Sony and Disney Drama

Tom Holland and Chris Pratt are both well-known for their appearances in a variety of Marvel films. Holland has quickly become one of the most beloved actors to play Spider-Man. Pratt will forever be our Star-Lord. Though the two characters are heroes on very different levels, their on-screen charisma will forever make them a joy […]

BY Meghan Hale February 20, 2020