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May2017

Movies I Should’ve Watched Sooner: Labyrinth

Release Date: 28th November 1986 Date of First Viewing: 12th May 2017 The work of Jim Henson throughout his career cannot in any way be understated. The way in which he revolutionized the way in which puppets are portrayed and perceived in modern cinema will undoubtedly remain pertinent for many[…]

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GHOST IN THE SHELL – Blu-Ray Release Detailed

The 2017 film Ghost in the Shell will be heading to Blu-Ray, DVD, Blu-Ray 3D, and 4K UHD on July 25th. Read Second Union’s review here. Official Synopsis: Set in a world where people are enhanced with technology, Ghost in the Shell follows Major (Scarlett Johansson), who believes she was rescued from[…]

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MomoCon Gamer Crowd

31,000+ Gamers Attend MomoCon 2017

Banner Saga 2, Shadow Tactics, Immortal Redneck, Distance, Talent Not Included Take Home Indie Game Awards ATLANTA, GA – May 30, 2017 – More than 31,000 gamers and pop culture enthusiasts walked the floors of MomoCon 2017 last week at the Georgia World Congress Center. MomoCon 2017 featured panels and presentations[…]

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NEW TO NETFLIX: June 2017

  Here is everything Netflix has announced for the month of June 2017. A whole host of brand new Netflix Original series and movies to check out, as well as a lot of other great movies and television series! Here is everything coming and going on Netflix for the month of[…]

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Unboxed Vs. - AnimeBento

Unboxed Vs: Unboxing AnimeBento LIVE at MomoCon

LIVE from MomoCon – Unboxing AnimeBento AnimeBento was so generous to send RJ and I the April box for unboxing from inside MomoCon Atlanta! It was the perfect themed box to go alongside the special event. For those that are not familiar with MomoCon, it is a 4-day multi-genre fan convention[…]

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Rob’s Reviews: Detective Comics #27, 1939.

Welcome to another installment of Rob’s Reviews. This month I will be beginning a 12-month tribute to Batman. I will be posting (in chronological order) reviews of Batman, starting with Batman’s introduction in Detective Comics #27 from May of 1939. What struck me in reading Detective Comics #27 was the[…]

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Art of Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Signed by the Artists

For “Guardians” fans, it’s not too late to pre-order Art of GotG Vol2, signed by Andy Park and members of the VisDev team at Marvel. Featuring concept illustration, environments, production stills and more, it’s available from Stuart Ng books and will start shipping sometime in June. You can view several pages[…]

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RECAP: HorrorCon UK 2017

The 3rd annual HorrorCon UK was this year held, as it always is, at the wonderful location of the Magna Science Adventure Centre across the weekend of the 13th and 14th May 2017. A location such as this could not have been a greater setting for a convention of such[…]

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INTERVIEW: Pat Evans From ‘The Beat of the Bat’

  Those of us of a certain age, having grown up in the 70’s, remember the original Batman television series with an almost religious reverence. The series based on the heroic exploits of DC Comics’ Dynamic Duo, Batman and Robin, was beamed into our living rooms every weekday afternoon in[…]

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REVIEW: Alien: Covenant

Alien: Covenant is the newest film in the Alien franchise and is directed by Ridley Scott, the man behind the original film back in 1979 and the prequel film Prometheus, which came out in 2012. I am a big fan of Alien and Prometheus and while the latter has its[…]

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