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Comic Book Heroines - One Shot Issue #2: Assimilation SquaredComic Book Heroines - One Shot Issue #2: Assimilation... Comic Book Heroines is a podcast featuring women reading, reviewing and discussing comic books.   In this One Shot, Amanda Brand offers her opinions on the Doctor Who/Star Trek crossover...

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Beta Preview - Wildstar Beta Weekend 4 ImpressionsBeta Preview - Wildstar Beta Weekend 4 Impressions So, my first real shot at Wildstar! (I played for a few minutes at PAX East) The Beta is in decent shape. I did run into some issues, as expected. As this is a beta preview, I'm not going to be going over...

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Comic Book Heroines - One Shot Issue #1: Doctor Who SpecialComic Book Heroines - One Shot Issue #1: Doctor Who... Comic Book Heroines is a podcast featuring women reading, reviewing and discussing comic books. In this One Shot, Toni Adams offers her opinions on the Doctor Who Special series written by Paul...

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PAX East 2014: Going Home AgainPAX East 2014: Going Home Again Attending PAX East always feels like coming home after a year at college or a long business trip - relaxing and partying with your friends and family who understand you.  This past weekend I, and 70,000...

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Storm of Words, A Game of Thrones Podcast - Season 4, Episode 1 Two SwordsStorm of Words, A Game of Thrones Podcast - Season... The HBO television series, Game of Thrones, has returned with Season 4. Also returning is Storm of Words, a Game of Thrones podcast! We're back every week to discuss the latest episodes of the series...

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Comic Book Heroines

Comic Book Heroines – One Shot Issue #2: Assimilation Squared

By Jessa Phillips aka "SultryMinxZoe" | Posted on 23-04-2014

Comic Book Heroines is a podcast featuring women reading, reviewing and discussing comic books.   In this One Shot, Amanda Brand offers her opinions on the Doctor Who/Star Trek crossover comic series, Assimilation Squared, published by IDW Publishing. Click here for direct download. Comic Art Cover courtesy of IDW Publishing HOST INFO Amanda Brand the comics, gaming, and sci-fi geek behind Geekphoria.net, where she writes about living the nerdy life, crafts, and conventions. She loves...

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Beta Preview – Wildstar Beta Weekend 4 Impressions

By David Lucier | Posted on 22-04-2014

So, my first real shot at Wildstar! (I played for a few minutes at PAX East) The Beta is in decent shape. I did run into some issues, as expected. As this is a beta preview, I’m not going to be going over that any more than I just did. Wildstar looks to be in good shape and well on its way to release.   Graphic Credit: NCSOFT Corporation   Lets get one thing out of the way, Wildstar is a lot like World of Warcraft. No, this is not necessarily a bad thing. It takes just about all of...

Comic Book Heroines

Comic Book Heroines – One Shot Issue #1: Doctor Who Special

By Jessa Phillips aka "SultryMinxZoe" | Posted on 22-04-2014

Comic Book Heroines is a podcast featuring women reading, reviewing and discussing comic books. In this One Shot, Toni Adams offers her opinions on the Doctor Who Special series written by Paul Cornell. Comic Cover Art courtesy of IDW Publishing. Host Info Toni Adams spends her days as a serious, dedicated veterinary assistant (just a inch away from becoming a licensed registered veterinary technician). She manages three local book clubs (Random Book Club, Scifi Chicks Book Club, and VF...

Conventions

PAX East 2014: Going Home Again

By Wesley Potter | Posted on 18-04-2014

Attending PAX East always feels like coming home after a year at college or a long business trip – relaxing and partying with your friends and family who understand you.  This past weekend I, and 70,000 of my closest friends, descended on Boston for PAX East 2014 to celebrate games, gamers, and gaming culture. This was my third PAX East and, with the help of my trusty Guidebook app, I had my weekend planned out fairly well.  I forgot that no plan survives contact with the Con. Graphic courtesy...

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Storm of Words, A Game of Thrones Podcast – Season 4, Episode 1 “Two Swords”

By Jessa Phillips aka "SultryMinxZoe" | Posted on 11-04-2014

The HBO television series, Game of Thrones, has returned with Season 4. Also returning is Storm of Words, a Game of Thrones podcast! We’re back every week to discuss the latest episodes of the series and delve into the world George R.R. Martin created through his novels.     Jessa Phillips & Alexander McGrath, joined by Kellen Harkins return to the Seven Kingdoms to discuss the episode, “Two Swords.” This episode is mostly spoiler-free; however, there...

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Conversation with the Cast of Lost Girl of Syfy

By Kellen Harkins | Posted on 03-04-2014

For those genre fans living under a rock for the past three years, you might not have a clue of what Lost Girl is. Here is a quick synopsis. Created by Michelle Lovretta and produced by Jay Firestone and Prodigy Pictures. It is one of the show that is created, shot and produced in Canada that shows currently on Syfy.   Courtesy of NBC Universal   It’s lead is Bo, played by Anna Silk who has transitioned by not even knowing she was a Fae to a person of consequence and a rebel against...

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Warehouse 13 – it’s back….but not for long

By Misty Pendragon | Posted on 31-03-2014

I am a pretty big fan of Warehouse 13, and so glad it is coming back for Season 5 on April 14th on SyFy, but it is the end of the series. I am pretty bummed about this but it really looks good. I have a sneak peak here. Last season left us at a cliffhanger where I wanted to throw things at my TV…actually I did end up doing that. But it looks like it gives us more of an insight to the new big bad, Paracelsus played wonderfully by Tony Head. We also seem to find out more about Claudia’s role at...

E-vents

Zoltán Kodály, Zoltán Korda and Cmdr. McBragg: Gesundheit!

By Jennifer S. Devore as Hannah Hart, Ghost Dame of the Hotel del Coronado | Posted on 27-03-2014

Cmdr. McBragg Total Television Productions/Gamma Productions - There! The Russian-Hungarian border! Did I ever tell you about the time I …? - No, Commander, but I … - The year? 1812. I had just defeated the Emperor Napoleon and rescued Empress Marie-Louise from his clammy, froggy clutches, winning her fair heart in the process. It was dawn, the sun had barely risen over the … - But, but, Commaaaander … - Yes! French cavalry all around me! I, all alone with naught but my...

Comics

Inside Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe

By Jessa Phillips aka "SultryMinxZoe" | Posted on 18-03-2014

Tonight Marvel Studios is taking fans inside the studio for a closer look at their cinematic universe which has attained box office success and has pop culture icons back on the big screen.   Courtesy of ABC Marvel has seen unprecedented success, reminding comic fans why we hold characters such as Iron Man and Captain America in such high regard, as well as introducing a whole new wave of fans to these larger than life icons. Of course, Iron Man has played a big part in the success of Marvel...

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Syfy Returning to Space with the New Series Ascension

By Jessa Phillips aka "SultryMinxZoe" | Posted on 15-03-2014

Syfy President Dave Howe announced development of a new drama series. In an effort to capture the success of other original dramas, Syfy has greenlit the six hour mini-series, Ascension. Created and written by Philip Levens (Smallville), the series is putting a wonder team in place to head the production. Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, The Purge) and Mark Stern are taking the reigns as Executive Producers in addition to Ivan Fecan, Tim Gamble and Brett Burlock for Sea To Sky Studios. Levens will...

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Game Trailers – Batman: Arkham Knight

By Jessa Phillips aka "SultryMinxZoe" | Posted on 04-03-2014

Today, Warner Bros. Games gave gamers their first look at the next game in the Batman franchise, Batman: Arkham Knight, in the cinematic trailer, titled “Father to Son” (below). The reading of Thomas Wayne’s will, including his hopes for and advice to his young son, serve as an emotional reminder of the Wayne family tragedy, which haunts the millionaire playboy by day and crime fighting hero by night. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Games Scarecrow is back and he’s assembled some...

E-vents

Nerd Night Out: Nerdcore at Comicazi – WarRock & Tribe One

By Jessa Phillips aka "SultryMinxZoe" | Posted on 11-02-2014

How do you spend Friday night? If you were one of the lucky ones last Friday, you were taking in a Nerdcore show. Graphic Credit: Comicazi Comicazi, a comic shop located in Somerville, MA, played host to Adam WarRock and Tribe One last Friday. While comics are their stock-in-trade, Comicazi is a pop culture emporium which often hosts events such as game tournaments, book clubs, and comedy nights. It was no surprise to find the back room full of nerds looking for a good time. After braving hours of...

Candid Conversations

So Many Monkeys: SyFy Original Series “Helix”

By Jennifer S. Devore as Hannah Hart, Ghost Dame of the Hotel del Coronado | Posted on 23-01-2014

No monkeys here. Too many monkeys here. Is that a monkey? Frozen monkey field. These are not the monkeys you’re looking for. Look, we’ve been at this over an hour and still no monkeys. Helix, SyFy’s newest original series, is an experiment in extremes: viral containment, climate, human isolation and monkeys. Set in a cutting-edge research facility in the Arctic, Helix could easily be a next-generation, X-Files spin-off, picking up after any one of the Black Oil Mythology episodes,...

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Sharknado & Syfy Original Movies: Panel with Syfy Executive VP, Tom Vitale

By Jessa Phillips aka "SultryMinxZoe" | Posted on 23-01-2014

It takes a certain kind of fan to enjoy Syfy Original Movies. The appeal of these films vary from person to person; whether it stems from an appreciation of the tongue-in-cheek nature these films embrace, to fans supporting actors they enjoy, to people who enjoy sharing these movies with a group of friends in a viewing party. Certainly, a major attribute to their success is the professionalism and earnestness each member of the cast and crew brings to each film. It is the ability to sell the story...

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