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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the first official on screen expanded universe movie that we have received. Since Disney told us that the 30+ years of EU that we have grown up with is no longer canon, did Disney do the former Extended Universe justice? (more…)

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On this episode, Boss Monkey Troy and Mrs. Uncommon Geek play the party game “Geek Out!”

It’s kind of like a trivia game that promotes showing off how much you know about geek culture and other things related to the nerd-o-sphere!

We explain the rules, how to play, and we play a full game! We’re not going to tell you who won… you’ll just have to listen and see!

It’s for 2 to infinity players!

We highly recommend you go to your local game store to pick it up, but, if you don’t have a local game shop, you can get it on Amazon at the following link… http://www.amazon.com/Playroom-Entertainment-PLE66200-Geek-Out/dp/B00DV8E9EG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1456973448&sr=8-1&keywords=geek+out

Listen below and enjoy!

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We have interviews from the 2016 Independent Creator’s Expo!

First up, we have Baron von Porkchop and Susie the DJ! The Baron is a horror host of the Terrifying Tales of the Macabre! Check him and his “ghoul” out at http://terrifyingtalesofthemacabre.com/ also check out Bloodline Video at http://bloodlinevideo.com/ and make sure to stop by Sparkle Comics at http://sparklecomics.com/

Next we have the awesomely talented artist Justin Wasson! He has worked on several comic titles and has a very unique art style that brings characters to life! Check out his artist Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/justinwassonart/

We also speak with published author Allison M. Dickson! She talks about how she got into writing, the editing process, and she also talks about her books! Check out her site at http://www.allisonmdickson.com/

Then, we speak to artist Nat Dickson! Her style of art reminds me a lot of the Captain Harlock style of anime and manga! The classic style that I absolutely love! Check out her Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/NataliesArtPage

Lastly, we speak to comic writer Jack Wal ace of Disposable Fiction Comics! He is a fantastic writer and has employed artists from all over the world to draw for this stories! Check out his site at http://www.disposablefictioncomics.com/

Listen below and Enjoy!

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How many chances does one have to take advantage of a once in a lifetime opportunity? And what is that opportunity is to see his favorite movie of all time on the big screen? Wth modern digital projectors, all one needs is their favorite movie on DVD or other digital media, hook it into the projector and BAM! Big screen experience.

But, what if that experience could be better… (more…)

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“I do not share the stage!” -Maestro

At long last, I got my hands on TETHER issue/episode 3!

If you recall, issue 2 left us with yet another cliff hanger that had us asking all sorts of questions… Was the Lady in the desert connected ti the Artifact and Azazel? Who was the Master that she referred to? What power was she referring to? (more…)

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In this review series, I will be taking a look at all of the Star Wars movies, both the original trilogy and the new one. These reviews will be a personal project to help celebrate the release of Episode VII on December 18th. I will be going in episode order to help with continuity… Even though it’s been messed up.

Today, I am reviewing Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith.

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Any child who grew up in the 80’s, as I did, remembers Jem and the Holograms. Some say it was meant for the girl audience, but, with action, science fiction, and a pretty decent plot, it encompassed a wide audience for its time. It was produced by the same studios that did G. I. Joe as well as the Gen 1 Transformers. I wouldn’t have called myself a fan, but I watched it when it was on, and enjoyed it as the young geekling I was. (more…)

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