Avengers: Age of Ultron – We’ve Got a New Trailer!

by Deepdarkredon 04/03/2015
And it’s awesome! I think I lost my ability to be properly articulate post-trailer viewing, but it’s perfectly justifiable! Like the trailers before it, it offers just enough to keep everyone on the edge of their seat, but not too much as to spoil the movie. I’ll assume the good guys win, because when don’t […]

Mengelmoes – Consistently Good

by Deepdarkredon 04/03/2015
A while back (over a year, to be exact) I got to read the first issue of Willem Samuel’s Mengelmoes; a comic that follows his life and (mis)adventures at various stages, in a realistic and familiar manner. We’ve all been there at least once, whether it was arguments with our family and friends or pining over […]


‘Battle Chasers’ to Return After 14-Year Hiatus!

by Daniel Delargyon 01/03/2015
Yup, you read right. This comic series, gone for nearly a decade and a half, is coming back from the dead. And the Sherlock fandom thought they had it bad… For those who don’t know, Battle Chasers is an American arcanepunk fantasy comic book series by Joe Madureira (Uncanny X-Men) which launched back in 1998 but, despite […]


A Legend Passes: Leonard Nimoy Dies Aged 83

by becpusson 27/02/2015
A great sadness washes over us all as we confirm the passing of Leonard Nimoy. Known for his iconic role as Spock in Star Trek, a role that spanned decades, Nimoy has become a legend within the realms of science fiction. Reported in the New York Times, his wife Susan Bay Nimoy confirmed the actor […]

Tabletop Day 2015 Promo Kits Revealed

by BevanCon 27/02/2015
TableTop Day 2015 is fast approaching, the day when stores and venues across the globe come together to show off all the gaming goodness there is in the world. Perfect for new players and old alike, TTD2015 is a great opportunity to try out something cool in cardboard and dice. With this in mind, Geek […]


Dragon Ball Xenoverse Review

by Nick Hancheton 24/02/2015
Dragon Ball games often carry a “been there done that” feeling with them. They’ve often rehashed the same story that everyone is used to, being the Freiza, Cell and Buu saga’s, and then maybe throwing in a movie or two for good measure. You know what to expect in regards to story, and that can definitely […]

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It’s Mothrlickin’ Morphing Time: Joseph Kahn’s Power Rangers Masterpiece

by Farleighkinson 24/02/2015
Joseph Kahn has taken a bit of Tarantino and a whole load of swearing, added some awesome fight scenes and come out with a pure work of art. James Van Der Beek and Katee Sackhoff (swoon) star in one of the most kick ass Power Rangers fan films ever. Its darker than adventure time on […]


Agent Carter : A Show That Deserves Renewal

by Phoebeon 21/02/2015
It may have escaped your attention recently, but Marvel has been consistently nailing good television on the head with the mini-series Agent Carter. It’s a show that hasn’t yet reached the UK shores, but I’m telling you now it’s a show that deserves far more than it’s limited 8 episode run. For starters it’s centred […]

The Book is Always Better – Great Literature We Think Should Get The Hollywood Treatment

by TheWookieon 20/02/2015
Books. We love books. According to, consumers spend $5.25 Billion annually on just on books. E-books accounted for just 30% of all book sales. That’s a lot of dough, but they could make so much more off of these ideas. Now, do you remember the first novel you ever read? Probably not if […]


Aquaman Unleashed

by Callum Tyndallon 20/02/2015
So as I’m sure many of you have seen, the first image of Jason Momoa as Aquaman was unveiled earlier. If, you haven’t seen it, the image is below. For those of you that have, despite the character’s departure from the orange top most frequently seen in the comics, I think we can all agree […]