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Made In Abyss – Otaku Review

Made in Abyss メイドインアビス made it’s debut in the second half of 2017. Based on the ongoing 2012 manga series by Akihito Tsukushi, a sequel is already in production but I’m jumping the gun. The 13 episode anime series is produced by Kinema Citrus. If that doesn’t give you an indication of what to expect here then allow […]

Scales & Scoundrels #1 – Comicphiles

Story by Sebastian Girner Art by Galaad Published by Image Comics The number of fantasy comics in my To Read pile has completely dwindled this past year. Rat Queens went on (and eventually returned from) hiatus. Shutter came to an end, along with a few other short runs I’d been picking up. In fact, by the time Rat Queens did return, it was […]

ReRead – TimeRiders

It’s hard to find a good time travelling series that sends your mind into a downward spiral. Sometimes you can get so caught up with the nitty-gritty scientific and logical explanations that it can over shadow the fun of the story. And while TimeRiders by Alex Scarrow won’t win any prizes for the best thought out […]

Click (2006) – Screen Savers

Needless to say, these days movies featuring Adam Sandler carries a dark cloud over them. After his flourishing success in the nineties, recent times have hit the once famous comedian hard. Prepare yourself as I take you back to 2006, in a time when comedy hit that ‘awkward teen stage,’ in that it wasn’t quite typical […]

Entertainment Weekly Shows First Dark Tower Images

Entertainment Weekly recently released its Comic Con preview issue, choosing to focus on the upcoming Dark Tower film. The cover displays our first look at Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey‘s roles in the film. Elba‘s look seems more Mad Max than old west, sporting a leather jacket and scarf and McConaughay seems to be very plainly dressed, avoiding the more […]

Brandon Sanderson – Nerd Icon

In a world of George R.R. Martins and Patrick Rothfusses it’s hard not to appreciate the quiet work-ethic of Brandon Sanderson. Fantasy fans have become accustomed to standing vigil for years, parched for the next drip of information about the next book from their favourite authors. A quick glance at Sanderson’s website shows immediately all […]

Screen Savers: Eragon

Welcome to Screen Savers, your favourite segment that plunges right in to the depths of all those dodgy films that plague our existence, in the hopes of sparing you those precious minutes you could have wasted. Today, we delve into a phenomenon that generally can be hit and miss. The phenomenon of the book to movie […]