The nominations for the upcoming 2018 Oscars were announced via live telecast on Tuesday morning just over a month ahead of the ceremony, which will air on ABC on March 4. The two-part live announcement was hosted by Tiffany Haddish and Andy Serkis. Guillermo del Toro's "The Shape of Water" leads the pack this … Continue reading 90th Annual Oscars 2018: Complete list of nominations
We know him! We love him! From Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash, it's Ming Chen from AMC's "Comic Book Men"! Justice League was on our minds during this fun interview with the podcaster himself!
Walking through the 2017 New Jersey Comic Expo, it was impossible to ignore the eye-catching display of Stephen Jones' artwork! Once we were drawn in (puns!), we found valuable rare jewels of genius bursting inside the treasure chest of his mind. With a Wu-Tang Clan style approach to selling canvas work, Mr. Jones took us … Continue reading Stephen Jones: Fantasy You Can Feel!
Behind every great work of art is a passionate artist. Angel Santiago is no exception. See the fire in his eyes as he takes us through his use of multilayered storytelling within the criminal world of Guardian City!
Like most great human beings, I'm a tea drinker. Also like most great human beings, I'm nerdy. So imagine my joy when walking down the Artist Ally of 2017's New Jersey Comic Expo, I found this amazing custom combination of the two! I just had to stop by Katie Hambor's booth and have a look … Continue reading Delicious Nerdfelt Goodness: The Millennium Falcon of Teas!
Hey Freaks and Geeks! New contributor here, D.A. Phoenix! Also known as Dizzy (don't call me Dan unless I'm in trouble). Me and the big man Lamar Cain went on a cosmic adventure to the third year of The New Jersey Comic Expo! The aisles were lined with art, action, and awesome cos-players! We met … Continue reading New Jersey Comic Expo: Round Three!
Well, the moment of truth has arrived. David Ayer's Bright has officially released on Netflix which signifies the streaming service's first major outing in producing films, as well as television shows. However, this endeavor has so far been met with largely negative reception from several critics. I do, however, disagree with the consensus so far. … Continue reading REVIEW: Bright