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This time it’s war – Tomas Härenstam talks Alien

by Peter Ray Allisonon 18/06/2019
Despite the mixed response to the recent Prometheus and Covenant films, the Alien series still hold a special place in many geeks’ hearts.  The Alien and Aliens films are frequently praised and the colonial marine cosplayers remain a frequent sight at conventions. There has been a slew of video game adaptations of varying quality, from […]

Geek Pride speaks to author A. S. Chambers

by Peter Ray Allisonon 16/06/2019
Fans of author A. S. Chambers have long been fascinated by the character Nightingale: a vampire who appears in several stories set in the world of paranormal investigator, Sam Spallucci.  Hence, their anticipation of Songbird – the first story to focus on Nightingale – which is due to be published in July. Since her first […]

Matthew Dawkins on the future of Vampire: The Masquerade

by Peter Ray Allisonon 07/06/2019
What can be said about Matthew Dawkins that hasn’t been said before?  Matthew Dawkins, otherwise known as the Gentleman Gamer, is a freelance writer and in-house developer for Onyx Path Publishing.  His credits are phenomenal and include pretty much every branch of the World of Darkness and Chronicles of Darkness. From the excellent Beckett’s Jyhad […]

Top 5 Games of the UK Games Expo 2019

by Peter Ray Allisonon 04/06/2019
This year’s UK Games Expo (reviewed here) was a smorgasbord of gaming delights.  One that could be happily indulged in until the credit card whimpers in despair.  For many, this was there first chance to see the new edition of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay in action, whilst Villagers and Star Wars Outer Rim seemed to be […]

UK Games Expo 2019: Games…  Lots of games

by Peter Ray Allisonon 04/06/2019
Geek Pride's Peter Ray Allison leaves his credit card at home and explores the myriad temptations at this year's UK Games Expo.

7 people you will play in a 40k tourney and why it isn’t that bad.

by Matt Gearyon 03/06/2019
Playing 40k tourneys is a daunting undertaking, one marred by rumours of WAACS, Neckbeards and people who get no joy out of the game other than winning. In the end you play a game for the fun, for the challenge and obviously the win is a nice bonus but you don’t want to have a […]

Leaving the Badlands – The legacy of Into the Badlands

by Peter Ray Allisonon 23/05/2019
This year we have witnessed the conclusion of numerous sci-fi and fantasy epics, from Game of Thrones to the Marvel cinematic universe.  However, one has gone largely unremarked, despite being one of the most original pieces of television in recent years.  This was Into the Badlands. Into the Badlands is best described as a post-apocalyptic […]

Dark Future: Blood Red States – eighties dystopia with style

by Peter Ray Allisonon 19/05/2019
Geek Pride takes an Interceptor for a spin and cruises the blighted highways of Dark Future: Blood Red States.

Penny Dreadful: The Ongoing Series – Volume 3 “The Victory of Death”

by Laura Bensonon 11/05/2019
First thoughts There are often conflicting feelings when a much-loved TV show like Penny Dreadful carries its stories into the comic medium. On one hand, there is excitement over continuing the stories of our favourite characters! On the other, there is the worry that the stories won’t live up to the plans the show had […]

WCC: Wet, Cold and Claustrophobic

by Peter Ray Allisonon 02/05/2019
Last weekend promised to be an amazing weekend.  Indeed, Wales Comic Con, or WCC for short, has over the years accrued a proven track record for hosting excellent events.  This year’s special guest line-up was truly impressive; Ron Perlman and Rupert Grint were there, but it was Kiefer Sutherland I was most wanting to meet. […]