This week we saw leaked photos of the new iPhone from Gizmodo (www.gizmodo.com). The new phone looks great right? Well I thought it was cool too, until I learned how they obtained it. Apparently, an Apple employee left it in the bar, someone found it. The person who found it DID NOT give it to …
Reviewed by “Nite”Pete Tutton:
when i saw that street fighter: the legend of chun li was going to be on cable i was immediately filled with both glee and terror. i was giddy at the prospect of writing a review of what has been called by many, the worst film of 2009, but i was also moderately …
Reviewed by Myke
Often when one thinks of hell, many images come to mind. There’s the old favorite of fire and brimstone, never ending blackness, Pittsburgh. To those odd individuals that have moral compasses and shy away from the offensive it will look and feel much like The Draw Together Move: The Movie. Fans of the show will feel right at …
Greetings and Salutations.
My name is Myke, a.k.a. The Letter Y. Much like Alana, I am new to Poptards, and also met the guys at the same Nintendo event (which was awesome-sauce).
I’m a bit of an oddity, even for a geek. I try to know a little bit about everything. I can talk video games, computers, sports, art, the interwebs, movies, …
SIEGE: SPIDER-MAN (ONE SHOT)
Written by: Brian Reed
Drawn by: Marco Santucci
REVIEW BY: Master Filmmaker Mark Mackner
Greetings, Web-Heads! Another Wednesday’s gone by, and that means more Spider-Man comics! Huzzah! I couldn’t be happier! This week, I picked up the new AMAZING, as well as SIEGE: SPIDER-MAN. I read SIEGE first, so let’s look at that one, …
It’s thursday night, I’m watching tv and “Fringe” (2008). I have to be single-handedly keeping this show running, because I have yet to meet anyone that follows this crazy ass show.
Well in the midst of enjoying another weird episode I come to the realization that the writers of one of my favorite shows, “Lost” (2004), decided to merge stories together. …
Aww yeah Trigons cookin’, eatin’, and sneezin’ with Kid Devil!
The bats make an appearance again.
By Jaime Zimmerman