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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. […]

Avengers Assemble! We’re in the Endgame: Review

by joshkingofgeekson 28/04/2019
Walking into Screen number 1, midnight Wednesday, I have never felt so anxious or emotional, nervous and excited at once. As I sat down I felt like I just wanted to get it over with but also not wanting it to happen. why? it’s simple really, this would be the end of an 11 year […]

Shazam and Freddy

Shazam – Review

by Mark Cantyon 28/03/2019
Okay then, so let’s start with the important fact – Don’t leave til the very end, there are 2 credit scenes. Now that we have that over with, what can I tell you about Shazam? Watch it. Enjoy it, maybe watch it again – I know I intend to. “But why?” I hear you ask. […]

MCM Birmingham Comic Con – March 2019

by Peter Ray Allisonon 26/03/2019
With an increasing number of events on the UK convention scene, Birmingham Comic Con was MCM’s chance to prove that they remain one of best conventions in geek culture. Entering MCM Birmingham Comic Con has always been a visual assault on the senses, and this year was no different, with massive video screens showcasing the […]

Birmingham Comic Con is back

by Peter Ray Allisonon 13/03/2019
With convention season opening this month, MCM Birmingham Comic Con returns to the Birmingham NEC on 23-24 March for a weekend filled with all things geeky. The biggest comic con in the Midlands, MCM Birmingham comes filled with content for the discerning geek, from exclusive products to an array of special guests, including: Asa Butterfield, […]

MCM & ReedPop 2018 and Onwards

by Laura Bensonon 05/03/2019
It’s been over a year now since ReedPop took over UK Convention Giant MCM Comic-Con.   So what (if anything) has changed?  I visited MCM Birmingham (March 17 & 18th), MCM Manchester (28-29 July 2018 ), MCM London (26-28 Oct 2018) & MCM Birmingham (24th & 25th November 2018) to try and get a feel […]

Neall Raemonn Price on Scion

by Peter Ray Allisonon 17/02/2019
Scion second edition developer Neall Raemonn Price speaks to Geek Pride's Peter Ray Allison about gods and the art of mythic world-building.