We had a great time at MCM Manchester this year and despite a few technical issues and no shows, we managed to get a few pictures of the event and do a pretty damn good podcast! Next in the series, is MCM Comic Con Scotland at the SEC Glasgow on 22-23 September and then MCM […]
We had the great pleasure of Interviewing the Godfather of modern table top gaming in the UK, Ian Livingstone, at UKGE.. A legend and a gent.
At MCM Manchester this year we recorded an interview with Manu Bennett.. its gets pretty… deep! Enjoy
Peter Ray Allison has a (very) quick chat with Heroes, Star Trek, Star Wars and Lost alumni Greg Grunberg about Star Trek, JJ Heroes and playing the everyman.
Geek Pride's Peter Ray Allison meets Walter Koenig for a quick chat about Star Trek, Babylon 5 and storytelling.
Hi folks! Following on from our written interview with Nate Brett on this cracking looking card game of super powered villains and heroes (you can find it here if you want to check it out!), we also got the chance to speak to one of the designers of the game: Evan Hunt. We had a […]
“I personally think latex sounds cheap. Rubber, personally, sounds more expensive. As we offer a bespoke service, Rubber sounds more fitting.” Thus, Leigh Sumpter of Second Skin, explains why he prefers the term “rubber” to “latex” when describing the material, despite the popularity of the latter. Second Skin is a bespoke rubber couture company based […]
Every so often, the stars align and two segments of geek culture come together in glorious communion. A Deadpool video game? Yes please! A Totoro onesie for all aspiring cosplayers/nap afficienados? And now? How about a card game of comic book super powers? I think you know where I’m going with this. On Kickstarter now […]
The Guys at Prospect Games invited us down to their office in Manchester to look at their newly released game Unbox. Matt Talks to them about the game, indie Gaming in general and how would be devs can follow in their footsteps. You can check out Unbox the game here : http://www.unboxgame.com/ and out on […]
The second part of my journey takes me to the magnificent Convention Centre Dublin on the banks of the Liffey; a strikingly modern building affectionately known to the locals as “the tube in the cube.” This 8000 capacity venue was brimming with nerds from all fandoms the like never really seen in Ireland before, a […]