A Capricious Pilgrimage: A Review of Scott Pilgrim Vol. 1 Precious Little Life by Bryan Lee O’Malley

  • March 12th, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

by Slai Washko

I was skeptical. I immediately delighted in the unconstrained and fun illustration style, but I feared relating in all the wrong ways having been a Chinese Catholic-schoolgirl who dated older men, like Scott’s ingenue-interest Knives Chau. (Though, “Hooray!” for Asian representation in a comic.)

However, being a songstress instead of a groupie freed me to appreciate …

Star Trek Online Review – by Optimus Douche

by Optimus Douche
I figured PopTards needed an infusion of some gaming geeky goodness, so I’m taking a break from my comic book reporting duties on Ain’t It Cool News to describe my first month on the amazingly fantastic MMO Star Trek Online.

Since my mind is linear and obtuse, I’ll be delivering this round-up chronologically.

The Setting – A …

Episode 13 is up! KICK-ASS MOVIE REVIEW!

Slai and JD were fortunate enuff to attend a special advance screening of new comicbook movie KICK-ASS! Hear us ramble about it before the movie even comes out! Up on the fence about whether or not you wanna see it? Steal our opinions as your own! Leave comments below!

Lost Discussion with Jess "The Hoss" Tutton

  • February 26th, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • TV

Lost “The Lighthouse”
This was a pretty cool episode, leading to hopefully a super cool showdown episode next week. This episode was mostly about Jack being groomed by Jacob (via Hugo) to do whatever it is he needs him to do. Become Jacob? Do whatever Locke was supposed to do? Be the candidate to defend the island? Meanwhile, in never never …

Creative Cattle Prods

So Ladies and Gents, this week I have a two-for. I’m feeling perhaps a little creatively stale in the cold of this winter of which I had grown unaccustomed, in the midst of corporate drudgery and am turning back to those guides that have previously paved my way to productivity.

My first recommendation is The Artist’s …

Movie Review by Pete Tutton: Street Fighter

  • February 19th, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Movies

Let’s be honest. Street Fighter II could never have been made into a good movie. I don’t care if Martin Scorsese and Steven Speilberg had a three way with Peter Jackson while James Cameron gently touched himself in the corner, the resulting love child could not make compelling cinema out of this video game title.

First of all, there is no …

Episode 11 is up! Movie Review: The Wolfman

Spoiler Alert!!! So go see it and then come back and torture your ear drums.