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Geek Pride Comic Blog – 05/07/2014 – Totes Emosh Edition

by Ben Feeon 05/07/2014
Greetings, Programs! We asked the guys to do something a little bit different this week, to talk about comics that moved them emotionally. We want to hear about stories or images that have stayed with you too long after you closed the book and still give you a lump in your throat. Tell us about […]

The Geek Pride Comic Blog – 24/05/2014

by Ben Feeon 24/05/2014
Welcome back to the Geek Pride Comic Blog! This week we dive into all things Hellblazer, work out some of our frustration with George Lucas and ponder the merits of casting David Beckham in a comic book movie… Cristina Andreea Bogdan: I’ve gone retro this week. After reading most of Justice League Dark, I picked […]

The Geek Pride Comic Blog – 17/05/2014

by Ben Feeon 17/05/2014
  Hi, comic-book lovers and welcome to the first in what will hopefully be an ongoing weekly blog covering recent news, releases and general stuff about your favourite four-colour medium. This week we discuss some new and recent releases, the fate of Nightwing, and why DC can suck it. The following contains spoilers, swears, and […]

Why series about immortal characters should never last more than three seasons…

by Deepdarkredon 09/01/2014
...without a cast turnover or them being turned mortals. Now this isn’t the first time this issue is addressed. I’m sure of that. Well, if I had done some research, I’m sure I could’ve said I’m certain, but let’s not dwell on that. *Studies have shown that TV series about immortal characters, whether vampires, aliens, […]

Book Review: The Infernal Devices – 10 GPPs

by Deepdarkredon 12/02/2013
  Straight to the point: The prequel to the highly loved series The Mortal Instruments, The Infernal Devices proves itself to be better than the series that brought Cassandra Clare her fame, creating an original world, populated with likable characters and with a story that will keep you glued to the page. So far the series consists […]