For many kids of the ‘90s, the best toons were Nicktoons. Rugrats, Doug (before Disney took it down way too many pegs), Aaahh!! Real Monsters, CatDog. While all of these were great and complemented Nickelodeon’s even superior live action series at the time, there was no greater animated series that touched closer to home for some than Hey Arnold! Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Hey Short Man!
If your comic reading leans toward the “big two”, but you want a change of pace that doesn’t involve your typical hero types you need to check out Devil’s Due Publishing. The company has been around since 2000 and one of their best original characters is Mercy Sparx. She first appeared in 2008 and was created by Devil’s Due founder Josh Blaylock. Continue reading Comics Cosmos – Devil in Blue Jeans
Over the weekend I had a chance to catch some movies from the 80s that I’ve always enjoyed but haven’t watched in awhile. It’s only been maybe a year or so, not too long, but for some reason I noticed a lot more when I watched this time around. And it wasn’t all good. Continue reading She Geek Critique – Nostalgia Factor
His story may have been a bit like Batman, but the story was all Marvel. After Hiro Hamada’s brother Tadashi dies in an explosion caused by an evil scientific mastermind, he uses his brother’s large inflatable health aid and his friends to fight crime and find the kabuki mask-wearing villain. That’s what happened in 2014 in Disney’s blockbuster Big Hero 6. Now, in the semi-minimalist animation style of their recent movie and series comebacks, Disney XD brings back these familiar characters. Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Baymax Returns with Power
We’ve done it with our fandoms from the playground on. Who is faster, Flash or Superman? Who is the best fighter, Batman or Daredevil? Who is stronger, Hulk or Thor? And so on, and so on. We’ve seen these battles play out on our comic pages and, back in the day, Wizard Magazine would write out these elaborate scenarios to see who would best the other. But then, with the accessibility of the internet and our fruitful imaginations, things changed. Continue reading Irregular’s Intel – The Battle for Epicness