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The Evil Geek Cult Podcast Ep. 2- Gaming With Papa Smurf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8GZBV2Hs4s&t=1s My little brothers have finished school so I've been taking some time off to spend some time with them, but now I'm back and will be updating the schedule as soon as I figure out what the new schedule... Continue Reading →

Adam West: The Quintessential Batman

When I first found out about Adam West's death, I couldn't help but be sad. Childhood idols grow old and pass away.  With their passing, a sense of our own innocence shrivels and is lost, forcing us to confront our... Continue Reading →

Games Go Horror: Pokemon

This week, fans of the Pokemon series were expecting to be floored by an upcoming announcement the Pokemon company had teased just prior to this weekend's E3 press conference. Rumors of an upcoming 3d Pokemon game coming to the newest... Continue Reading →

Trade Table #1 Batman and Dracula: Red Rain TPB

As a former owner of a comic shop, I feel fortunate to own numerous comics (numbering in the thousands), cards (numbering in the tens of thousands), memorabilia, toys, clothing, books, graphic novels, magazines, and trade paperbacks (numbering in the hundreds).... Continue Reading →

Wonder Woman “Women Only” Screenings

Wonder Woman is out now and if early reviews from moviegoers and critics are to be believed, it just might be the first film in the DC Extended Universe that isn’t completely polarizing among the fanbase. As a fan, that... Continue Reading →

A Memorial to Bernie Wrightson

When my brother passed away, I inherited a crap-ton of fanboy stuff.  Among these items was a well-worn copy of a Marvel Illustrated Novel:  Frankenstein, or a Modern Prometheus by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.  It's not just Shelley's best-known work, but... Continue Reading →

WRITING TIPS: Find Your Way Back To The Keyboard

Practice makes perfect. You'll never get good at anything if you never make time to do it and that's doubly important for writing. Writing is on of the most difficult skills I've ever tried to hone. It requires a great... Continue Reading →

Are There Limits In Horror?

Horror is about pushing boundaries as much as it is about scaring people. No other genre so regularly totes the line between what is "acceptable" and what isn't except for satire, which is why the two have always seemed to pair... Continue Reading →

A Man Can Change His Stars

Hey, everybody. Some of you may have noticed there has not been a new post since early last week. Last week was kind of an odd week for me and I needed to take some time away from the site... Continue Reading →

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