Google Stadia Launch is Missing Key, Promised Features

So here’s the thing; it’s easy to get excited about an idea. Something like 4K game streaming, top titles and developers on board, and a new way to play sounds great. The Google Stadia launch is fast approaching, and a recent Reddit AMA about the console raises major concerns about the state in which this new product will release. A Questionable Launch for Google Stadia It’s no secret if you’re familiar with my take on...
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Google Stadia Launch is Missing Key, Promised Features

The Top 10 Fantasy Series Published In The Past Decade

The end of the decade is rapidly approaching. The 2010's were good for sci-fi & fantasy fans as shows like Game of Thrones, and huge movie franchises like the Marvel Cinematic Universe brought genre into the mainstream. The decade was great for books as well, with several huge epics finally reaching their conclusions (Wheel of Time). Other books languished due to writer's block, with promised trilogies never completed, and epic sagas that still have not reached...
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The Top 10 Fantasy Series Published In The Past Decade

Netflix Orders A Second Season for The Witcher Ahead Of Premiere

One month until the premiere of The Witcher series on Netflix, and a second season has already been ordered. Showrunner Lauren Hissrich announced the news today via Twitter.  https://twitter.com/LHissrich/status/1194662006734897159 The second season of The Witcher begins production in early 2020, and will film in London. Star Henry Cavill will return to play Geralt of Rivia for the second season, along with Anya Chalotra as the sorceress Yennefer. Freya Allen is also onboard to play the...
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Google Stadia Launch is Missing Key, Promised Features

So here’s the thing; it’s easy to get excited about an idea. Something like 4K game streaming, top titles and developers on board, and a new way to play sounds great. The Google Stadia launch is fast approaching, and a recent Reddit AMA about the console raises major concerns about the state in which this […]

BY Taylor Bauer November 14, 2019
The Top 10 Fantasy Series Published In The Past Decade

The end of the decade is rapidly approaching. The 2010’s were good for sci-fi & fantasy fans as shows like Game of Thrones, and huge movie franchises like the Marvel Cinematic Universe brought genre into the mainstream. The decade was great for books as well, with several huge epics finally reaching their conclusions (Wheel of Time). […]

BY Emily O'Donnell November 14, 2019
Netflix Orders A Second Season for The Witcher Ahead Of Premiere

One month until the premiere of The Witcher series on Netflix, and a second season has already been ordered. Showrunner Lauren Hissrich announced the news today via Twitter.  I’m so thrilled to announce: Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri will be back for more adventures… in Season Two. I could not be more proud of what the […]

BY Emily O'Donnell November 13, 2019
Netflix and Nickelodeon To Collaborate With Multi-Year Deal

Hot off the trails of Disney+’s massive release, Netflix has added an exciting announcement for its subscribers. Netflix will be collaborating with Nickelodeon on a multi-year deal, working to produce original animated content. This will include films and television series, featuring old, beloved Nickelodeon characters, as well as completely new content. What This Nickelodeon Deal […]

BY Meghan Hale November 13, 2019
Chris Evans Speaks On Whether He’d Return As Captain America In a New Marvel Movie

In a new interview with his fellow Avenger actor Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans clarifies if he’d ever return to play the character of Captain America again. To be clear, there is no rumor or even hint that Marvel Studios wants his version of Cap back in the films. It’s also not really a definitive answer […]

BY Joshua M. Patton November 13, 2019
Best Exclusive Sony Series of All Time

It goes without saying that Sony wins this round of the Console Wars. While some people hate to think of gaming, as a war, it sort of is. Most gamers are going to buy one console, meaning each major company does what it can to influence consumers to buy their brand. With insane exclusives and […]

BY Taylor Bauer November 13, 2019
X-Force #1 is as Brutal as Benjamin Percy Promised—If You Read Closely. (Spoiler Review)

“Bad things happen in the book.” That’s how writer Benjamin Percy described X-Force during the Dawn of X panel in October’s New York Comic-Con. His gruff voice and declaration that this would be the harshest X-Men book got a few chuckles. If you’ve never Percy speak before, his normal voice is what most actors strive […]

BY Roman Colombo November 13, 2019
Sonic: The Hedgehog New Trailer Gives A Fan-Pleasing Makeover

Sonic: The Hedgehog creators thought that it would be released by now. Back in April of 2019, trailer viewers were horrified to see a Sonic that was not the hedgehog that we all know and love. Potential fans expressed their displeasure through memes, angry online posts, and general negativity towards the movie. Somehow, studios listened to […]

BY Meghan Hale November 13, 2019
First Anniversary of Stan Lee’s Death Reminds Fans That He Was About More Than Comic Books

November 12, 2019 marked the first anniversary of Stan Lee’s death, and it’s natural for all of his fans to feel a little sadness. Even though he passed away just a few weeks shy of his 96th(!) birthday, it still feels like he was taken too soon. Perhaps its because after a lifetime of promoting […]

BY Joshua M. Patton November 12, 2019
The 5 Best Anime Streaming Services

With the Streaming Wars begun, and Anime being a very popular genre, we take a look at the 5 best Anime streaming services out there.

BY Shah Shahid November 12, 2019
The Leftovers on HBO – Must-Watch TV for Watchmen Fans

I’m loving HBO’s Watchmen TV show. As one of the least comic-savvy people on staff, I’m happy to say I’ve at least read the maxi-series with which the new TV show gets its inspiration. The best part of Watchmen, to me, is the general world-building, writing, acting, story, and viewing experience. Oh, wait; is that […]

BY Taylor Bauer November 12, 2019
The Mandalorian Series Premiere Ushers In a Bold New Era of Star Wars

About six hours before it was supposed to go live, Disney+ opened up to US users. This included the series premiere of The Mandalorian. The first-ever live-action television series set in the Star Wars universe, it simultaneously offers up an entirely new story but lots of familiar imagery. The larger arc of The Mandalorian gets […]

BY Joshua M. Patton November 12, 2019
Netflix’s New Dino Girl Gauko Anime Is A Silly Series In All the Right Ways

Netflix’s brand new series, the Dino Girl Gauko anime is a silly and all ages styled adventure that deals with some very mature subjects.

BY Shah Shahid November 11, 2019
Rick and Morty’s Jessica Gao to Write She-Hulk TV Series

Jessica Gao, known for her work on shows like Silicon Valley and Rick and Morty, will head the writers’ room for the She-Hulk TV series coming to Disney+. In case you’re not familiar with Gao or with She-Hulk, here’s why it’s easy being green. Jessica Gao Is an Experienced TV Writer Gao got her start […]

BY Salomé Gonstad November 11, 2019
Pokemon Hashtag Goes Viral – #ThankYouGameFreak

It’s been a tumultuous built up to Pokemon Sword and Shield. Because of the game’s limited Pokemon roster, hundreds of characters won’t be playable in the new games. Fans are fairly upset, and in a way, they have a right to be. It’s the first time that you won’t be able to transfer Pokemon from […]

BY Taylor Bauer November 11, 2019
Rick and Morty Season 4 Premiere Imagines a World Without Rick (But Like a Zillion Universes With Him)

There is a reason that the Rick and Morty season 4 premiere took two years to deliver, beyond just contractual negotiations. The series is densely written and, improvised special episode segments aside, very intentional. In “Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat” is the season four premiere of Rick and Morty, but it is also a […]

BY Joshua M. Patton November 11, 2019
Review: Netflix’s Enter The Anime Documentary Is A Feature Length Advertisement For Netflix

Enter The Anime documentary on Netflix is less about the origins of Anime, and more about featuring Netflix’s own Anime content.

BY Shah Shahid November 10, 2019
Michael McElhatton Officially Joins Wheel of Time Cast, Goes From Being Worst Dad To Best Dad

Actor Michael McElhatton has joined Amazon’s upcoming Wheel of Time adaptation. The actor is well known for playing the worst dad – Roose Bolton – on Game of Thrones. Now, he will play against the stereotype as one of fantasy’s best fictional fathers in the Wheel of Time series. Tam Al’Thor is an important figure in the […]

BY Emily O'Donnell November 10, 2019
Tini Howard Brings Magic and Apocalypse to the Dawn of X in Excalibur #1

After Jonathan Hickman’s wonderful X-Men #1 kicked off the Dawn of X, we got a brilliant new series with Marauders #1, from Gerry Duggan. In week 3 of the new era of X-Men, we go back to a classic title we haven’t seen since the mid-2000s: Excalibur. And if there’s one thing writer Tini Howard […]

BY Roman Colombo November 10, 2019
Will Avengers: Endgame Win An Oscar?

Oscar season approaches, even faster than the winter holidays. The Academy Awards show won’t take place until February 9th, 2020 (earlier than many past years), but it’s not too early to make predictions. Awards shows that take place before the big event are usually good indicators of what we can expect to see nominated, especially […]

BY Meghan Hale November 10, 2019
Google Stadia Launch is Missing Key, Promised Features

So here’s the thing; it’s easy to get excited about an idea. Something like 4K game streaming, top titles and developers on board, and a new way to play sounds great. The Google Stadia launch is fast approaching, and a recent Reddit AMA about the console raises major concerns about the state in which this […]

BY Taylor Bauer November 14, 2019
Best Exclusive Sony Series of All Time

It goes without saying that Sony wins this round of the Console Wars. While some people hate to think of gaming, as a war, it sort of is. Most gamers are going to buy one console, meaning each major company does what it can to influence consumers to buy their brand. With insane exclusives and […]

BY Taylor Bauer November 13, 2019
Pokemon Hashtag Goes Viral – #ThankYouGameFreak

It’s been a tumultuous built up to Pokemon Sword and Shield. Because of the game’s limited Pokemon roster, hundreds of characters won’t be playable in the new games. Fans are fairly upset, and in a way, they have a right to be. It’s the first time that you won’t be able to transfer Pokemon from […]

BY Taylor Bauer November 11, 2019
EA Renews Skate Trademark, But No New Game Likely

People got really deflated and then somewhat excited about a trademark this morning. One of EA’s most dedicated fan-bases are obsessed with the Skate games. There hasn’t been a new game for 10 years, but it’s not something we can rule out. When you read that EA renews Skate trademark, it’s easy to get excited, […]

BY Taylor Bauer November 8, 2019

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Google Stadia Launch is Missing Key, Promised Features

So here’s the thing; it’s easy to get excited about an idea. Something like 4K game streaming, top titles and developers on board, and a new way to play sounds great. The Google Stadia launch is fast approaching, and a recent Reddit AMA about the console raises major concerns about the state in which this […]

BY Taylor Bauer November 14, 2019
The Top 10 Fantasy Series Published In The Past Decade

The end of the decade is rapidly approaching. The 2010’s were good for sci-fi & fantasy fans as shows like Game of Thrones, and huge movie franchises like the Marvel Cinematic Universe brought genre into the mainstream. The decade was great for books as well, with several huge epics finally reaching their conclusions (Wheel of Time). […]

BY Emily O'Donnell November 14, 2019
Netflix Orders A Second Season for The Witcher Ahead Of Premiere

One month until the premiere of The Witcher series on Netflix, and a second season has already been ordered. Showrunner Lauren Hissrich announced the news today via Twitter.  I’m so thrilled to announce: Geralt, Yennefer, and Ciri will be back for more adventures… in Season Two. I could not be more proud of what the […]

BY Emily O'Donnell November 14, 2019
Netflix and Nickelodeon To Collaborate With Multi-Year Deal

Hot off the trails of Disney+’s massive release, Netflix has added an exciting announcement for its subscribers. Netflix will be collaborating with Nickelodeon on a multi-year deal, working to produce original animated content. This will include films and television series, featuring old, beloved Nickelodeon characters, as well as completely new content. What This Nickelodeon Deal […]

BY Meghan Hale November 14, 2019