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The Art of Marc Silvestri

For a long time in the world of comic books, DC Comics and Marvel reigned supreme with little competition other than with each other to challenge their rule. While the two companies undisputedly remain titans of the industry, the world of comics has grown and

Mythology: The DC Comics Art Of Alex Ross

Alex Ross is an American comic book artist and writer well known for his unique painted style. Born to an artist mother, Ross knew he wanted to be involved with art from an early age. Comic books were his chosen medium and he received his

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (Video Game Review)

Synopsis Welcome to a vision of the future circa the 1980’s. Set in a dystopian 2007 after a nuclear holocaust, cyber commando Sergeant Rex is sent to a mysterious island to stop the psychotic Colonel Sloan from bathing the world in a second nuclear fire. Your mission,

Aliens 30th Anniversary Loot Crate

This year Aliens celebrated its 30th anniversary with a panel at San Diego Comic-Con(available on youtube) featuring most of the starring cast, released images from the highly anticipated Alien: Covenant, and the announcement of a 30th-anniversary Blu-ray set. Loot Crate also offered a limited edition

Aliens Board Game

About a year ago, I decided to try and do something I’d always wanted to do, but always put off as some pipe dream. Earlier this year, I finished the rough draft to my horror fantasy novel and I’m pretty proud of myself for finally

Artist Spotlight: Wolfskulljack

Redbubble.com is quite possibly my favorite website in the history of the internet. If you have not heard about this wonderful website I will leave a link at the bottom of this post. Redbubble is an online community where artist have a chance to sell

Guillermo Del Toro: Cabinet of Curiosities (Book Review)

I remember finding this book at Barnes and Nobles. Actually, I must recant that statement. Unlike most trips to the bookstore, when I have an idea about what I’m searching for, this book found me. It was just… waiting for me on the shelf. Surely,