The Punisher is Getting a Netflix Series!

by SeanPWallaceon 29/04/2016
Netflix have finally seen sense/realised their grand masterplan as it looks as though Jon Bernthal’s Punisher is getting his own series. According to Entertainment Weekly, the series has been greenlit and will be announced shortly, with Steve Lightfoot due to be the showrunner. Now, anyone who has seen Season 2 of Daredevil will know that […]

Rooftop Retro: Lost Format Society

by Domdoesgameson 29/04/2016
What can you do on top of an NCP in Croydon on a Wednesday? Enjoy an evening of drinks, food and a good movie of course! The Lost Format Society is a rooftop bar and cinema located in Croydon town centre it is not only a cinematic experience but also doubles as a night out […]


Doctor Panic

by Lianneon 29/04/2016
DISCLAIMER: I have to confess that I played Doctor Panic for the purpose of writing this review with my boyfriend, mother-in-law and my 3 year old son. I had a games night planned specially to review the game but it fell through and so we had to make do. The relevancy of this confession will […]

Gears of War 4 Multiplayer Open Beta Out Now

by Lianneon 29/04/2016
This week Gears of War 4 Multiplayer Beta has opened up to all Xbox Live Gold members. If you haven’t played it already, then the it’s available to download through the Xbox One Store and has 2 5×5 deathmatch versus modes. There’s also a co-op mode for two players with a fixed Hardcore difficulty against […]


The Raven Cycle – An adventure you don’t want to miss

by Deepdarkredon 29/04/2016
A few months ago, at the insistence of a friend, I picked up the first book of The Raven Cycle series. I was convinced I was in for yet another young adult feast of carbon copy teenagers, built upon the same template of cliches that has poisoned much of the YA literature. I clung to that idea […]


Game of Thrones: The Red Woman

by Hani Fearonon 28/04/2016
THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS MASSIVE SPOILERS. If you haven’t seen the latest episode, then bugger off, seriously, you should know better. Unsurprisingly, the season six première was a pretty mixed bag, mostly serving as a brief round-up of the characters that we remotely care about, along with the ones we don’t. The episode kicks off at […]

Blues and Bullets, Episodes 1 & 2

by xdustineflxon 28/04/2016
Blues and Bullets is an episodic “visual novel”, in the same vein as games like The Wolf Among Us and Minecraft: Story Mode, to name a couple. In it, you play as famed real-life detective Eliot Ness in an alternate reality where Ness has left the police force after being unable to solve a collection of missing children […]


All Our Heroes Are Alive (and why that’s a problem)

by redshirtjamieon 27/04/2016
Beware. There are spoilers beyond this Mark. Turn back now if you you haven’t seen all of the current DCU / MCU films. Run. RUN YOU FOOL. As I sat through the multiple endings of Batman vs Superman earlier this week, and let’s be honest there were about four hundred and six of them, I […]

A Chat with Steven E Gordon

by Chrison 27/04/2016
Steven E Gordon is a world renowned artist, animator and Annie Award Nominee. Recently, I had the opportunity to ask him a few quick questions about his animation, the future, and his Annie Award nomination. GP – “I am sure you have been asked this a thousand times before, but what was it that first […]


Game Of Thrones, The Trivia Game

by Crofton 25/04/2016
Overall the game was entertaining and a great reminder of the events from previous seasons, the questions at times were quite difficult even for somebody who is a hardcore fan of the show and thus can prove to be quite challenging at times.