Grim_Noir’s “Tekken” is strong

“You will believe a panda can fly!”
Okay, as taglines go, that one is pretty terrible. But we are talking about Namco’s “Tekken” here. The new CG movie “Tekken: Blood Vengeance 3D,” to be specific. As a videogame series, we have see highly precise martial arts moves carried out by cyborgs, sorcerers, manimal mutants, and school girls, so “crazy” and “over-the-top” were …

Trailer: Knights of Badassdom! New Horror Comedy
about LARPing? Starring Summer Glau? Yep.

Starring Peter Dinklage from Game of Thrones and Elf, Ryan Kwanten from True Blood, Summer Glau from Serenity/Firefly/Terminator Tv show and the hilarious, but up till recently missing Steve Zahn!

New Podcast Episode Up now!
CAPTAIN AMERICA: The First Avenger!

Happy Monday, ya’ll! Did you see Captain America over the weekend? Hey now, so did we! What a weird coincidence. Listen to us review and discuss!
Feel free to comment below if you agree or disagree, or email us at!
Also: if you are bummed you missed San Diego Comic Con this year, I’m with you! Check out the latest PopTards …

Grim_Noir Gets Lost In The “AMNESIA LABYRINTH!”

When the ol’ interwebs lit up that the original author of the “Haruhi Suzumiya” novels, Nagaru Tanigawa, was writing a dark, psychological manga, I was intrigued.
And why why not? His “Haruhi Suzumiya” series is light fantasy/sci-fi which deftly takes an Angelica-Pickles-type character, advances her to junior high school, gives her the unconscious powers of the kid from the “It’s a …

New PopShots! Captain America and the Fortress of Mope-itude!

I’m an adult. I don’t REALLY care about missing San Diego Comic-Con this week. I don’t. At all. This loaded gun in my mouth is there for…some other..reason.

Curiouser and curiouser!

Due to an overabundance of fun in my teenage/young adult years, I have very few memories of my childhood.  I recall the occasional moment here and there; trips with the family, playing stickball, breaking bones in several places doing something stupid.  One thing I clearly remember was a love for the story ofAlice’s Adventures in Wonderland.  I remember wishing I …

JD reviews Captain America

“Sissy Commie Pinko”, “Clueless Doucherag”, “Liberal Elitist Asshole.” These are just a smattering of the names I was called when I reviewed Captain America #1 a little over a week ago. All because I don’t fully accept Captain America as a character, and find him a bit propaganda-y, which, let’s face it, he is. At least, he was at the …