PopShots #10: GI JOE (Part 2)! Click to read!

  • April 29th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

The PSN has hit the fan

A mere few hours after my last post, Sony finally came clean on the situation with PSN and if customer info was compromised (who knew my words carried so much weight).  The short answer is a disheartening yes.  Here’s a link to the blog post from Sony with all the details:
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PSN and my love affair with the companion cube.
(Portal 2 spoilers within)

I must first admit this is not a complete review.  Due to PSNgate, I was unable to fully test out the game online.  As you may/may not know/care, PSN (at the time of writing this) has been down for about 6 days.  Being a die hard Xbox live player, this hasn’t really affected me beyond the issue of not being …


  • April 25th, 2011
  • Posted by MasterFilmmaker MarkMackner
  • Comics

STORY: Robert Kirkman
ART: Jason Howard
REVIEW: Master Filmmaker Mark Mackner
Hey, everybody! Been a while since I last posted a review here, and my apologies to Master Podcaster JD for that, but I’ve been busy, busy, BUSY these days. In the past few months, I’ve written and directed no less than three short films: “SUPER SOLAR SISTERS: STRIKE …

PopShots Web Comic #9: G.I. Joe (part 1)


Episode 56 (audio) up now! Scream 4 and Super!

JD, Slai and Kevin got together to review and discuss Scream 4 (or Scre4m, for the super-lame) and the new black dram-edy, Super, starring Rainn Wilson and Ellen Page!
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Grim_Noir Previews “TIGER & BUNNY:” The Scariest Champions of Justice Since “The Comfy Chair”!

  • April 20th, 2011
  • Posted by Grim_Noir
  • Misc

(Note: As only three episodes of Tiger and Bunny have been simulcast, this is more of a preview, than a review, per se)
Even in a season marked by the promise of G4-TV debuting both Madhouse Studios’ Iron Man and their Wolverine anime this July, Sunrise’s gloriously animated Tiger and Bunny is a singular cause for celebration.
Like Willie Wonka’s promised three-course …