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Episode 163 we do a commentary for unnatural reasons

This week Kyle was injured in a life or death battle with an Evil Dead tree and jacked up his cyanic nerve in his back.  Long story short he can’t sit for too long so instead of doing a normal show we decided to give you a fan commentary for one of the best semi crashing’, electric knife slashing’, bazooka shootin’, pop machine murderin’, steamrolling’, kid killin’, monster truck jammie jam of all time!!!   36 more words




Let the love rain down on the summer’s and probably the years best picture Mad Max Fury Road. Also, we have yet another Spider-Man, a wacky Green Goblin rumor and the news just keeps getting worse for Dawn of Justice. 7 more words


'Spider Man' Reboot Eyeing Matther McConaughey For Norman Osborn?

Matthew McConaughey is no stranger to reinvention (and reboots). After a string of successful performances in the early 2000s, the hunky actor was pigeon-holed as a go-to star for romantic comedies (especially following unsuccessful forays into action-hero territory). 814 more words


The Cosplay Runway 05/16/15

It is time once again for The Cosplay Runway. Each and every week I highlight five fantastic cosplay images, showcasing both men and women. For the uninitiated, cosplay is “a performance art in which participants called cosplayers wear costumes and fashion accessories to represent a specific character or idea.” All the cosplay featured here will be centralized on comics whether it be from DC, Marvel, or the Independents. 71 more words



When it launched in the fall of 2004, no one really knew what to think of Ninendo’s latest handheld, dubbed the DS. The touch screen interface, something that’s common today, was unheard of at the time and just around the corner was Sony’s PSP, a portable with near PS2 quality graphics and traditional buttons. 1,140 more words


All about the pie

Just a minute here to talk about a comics supervillain whose type doesn’t figure into Doctor Xaos, neither lesser nor ultra, but rather personal, who is primarily dangerous due to what he knows, how he’s related to the hero through ordinary ties, and what flips his switch. 789 more words

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