Reminiscing about the ‘90s is nothing new to comic book readers nowadays, from people who were around at that period to younger folks who are curious about what happened that decade regarding comics. The medium itself went through a lot; from the financial successes of “The Death of Superman,” the launch of X-Men (Vol. 2),… Continue reading Generation X: Marvel’s Original “Diverse” Live-Action Film
The wait has finally ended! For more than two decades, SEGA fans waited for a new entry in one of the most revered franchises the company developed in the 16-Bit era of gaming, and probably the entire history of video games. Streets of Rage 4 brings back the brand of powerful street justice that could… Continue reading Streets of Rage 4 and the Future of SEGA
Gus Rodríguez, who remained active in the world of gaming from the late ’80s until his final days of battling cancer, lost the game against this awful disease. The Latin American gamer was not well known in the Anglosphere, but his career was unprecedented, unlocking a mythical status that will always be remembered by millions.… Continue reading Legendary Gamer Gus Rodríguez Passes Away at Age 59
The history of the consumer hashtag #ComicsGate is a complicated one. But there’s a group of people who have certainly impacted the development of the struggle to make comic books great and viable again; Englentine from I Love Comics, Captain Frugal, and Washington Times journalist Doug Ernst were in the trenches even before there was… Continue reading Doug Ernst’s Soulfinder: Demon’s Match IGG Comic Book Campaign is Here!
Brie Larson has created a lot of controversy this year. Her public statements and appearances in tabloids and interviews have been even more controversial than the Captain Marvel movie itself. The actress has stated that she plans to use her privilege as part of the Hollywood elite and her platforms to signal-boost minorities in the… Continue reading Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel: White Supremacists’ Waifu?
Who do you call when you want some cheese and pepperoni in your life? The Samurai Pizza Cats, of course! In the early ’90s, a trio of mechanoid feline fighters became the favorite heroes of many afternoon anime aficionados. Samurai Pizza Cats: Official Fan Book is the ultimate celebration of the original Tatsunoko Productions version of the show, Kyatto Ninden Teyandee. When… Continue reading Samurai Pizza Cats: Official Fan Book Scheduled for Release in March