Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Review: Unmasked Vol. 1


We've all read superhero stories, and we all know the basics of how they go.  But what really makes up a superhero?  Is it just saying it or is there a specific moral code that needs to be there?  Unmasked Vol 1 delves into this question, looking at what makes a superhero.

Unmasked was created and written by Michael Sarrao, with art by John Broglia and published through Kickstarter.


Wednesday, February 26, 2014

We went to Toy Fair and all you got is this Awesome Giveaway!

That's right!  It's giveaway time!  We scoured the con floor at Toy Fair 2014, grabbing what we could to share with you, our loyal readers.  So here we go!  We will have three lucky winners this time around!

First up, we have TWO Boxes O'Toys!  These include a mishmash of fun things we grabbed from the floor.  Some of the things in one of these two boxes can be seen here!  Big high five to ThinkGeek for sharing a bunch of stuff from their booth!  Now, look at all of that!  Ooooooh!

This was the giveaway I realized I had a picture chair.
This makes me awesome in some fashion.

Some of you might be wondering, what about when you said THREE winners but you only mentioned TWO prizes?  Yeah about that.  During our wandering through the con floor, looking for small but awesome giveaway items, our friends at A Crowded Coop said uh-uh.  They weren't gonna give us a small thing, they wanted to fill a bag of awesome stuff for one lucky person!  That's right, one of you gets to win the A Crowded Coop Bag of Awesome!  A huge, big thanks to A Crowded Coop for being so awesome!  Go check them out right now.  Seriously.  And also look at the picture below to check out what's in the bag!

Thanks A Crowded Coop!!!

So now you've got to enter.  RIGHT NOW!!!  Contest ends at midnight on March 6th so get moving!




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Monday, February 24, 2014

Toy Fair '14: Loot Crate Review

While at Toy Fair last week, we got a chance to meet and greet with the guys behind Loot Crate.  In case you don't know about Loot Crate, they are a monthly loot service.  Each month, you get a themed crate (box) of goodies, all perfectly suited for any geek.  These crates have ranged in theme, from animation to zombies to gaming.

With the help of The Fight Nerd over at Nerdvolution, we took the opportunity to film our unboxing in the Javitz Center cafeteria!  Enjoy the lovely scenery as we take a peek into the January Loot Crate.




As you can tell, we really loved that crate. It held something for each of us. So, now that we've peeked your interest, go check out Loot Crate!


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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

[IGH] At the Movies: The Lego Movie


Last weekend, Wysefyre and I got the chance to see the most anticipated movie of February, The Lego Movie!!  It's out in theaters on February 7th but I was just dying to share my thoughts about why you need to see this movie.

The story follows regular ol' minifig Emmett, who accidentally gets caught up in a prophecy to stop the evil Lord Business in his plot to destroy the universe! Along his journey, he meets a fun cast of new and old characters who help or hurt him in his quest.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Review: Serenity: Leaves on the Wind #1

Courtesy of Dark Horse Comics
If you don't already know, I'm a huge Browncoat.  Yeah, super big.  Like throwing a whole party around the Firefly game.  On New Years Eve.  I turned the year playing the Firefly game while ignoring the clock.  So I was a wee bit excited for the release of Serenity: Leaves on the Wind #1 from Dark Horse Comics.  With the team of writer Zack Whedon, penciller Georges Jeanty, inker Karl Story and colorist Laura Martin, this series continues the story of our favorite Firefly crew nine months after the events of the movie Serenity.


Sunday, November 17, 2013

Review: Almost Human


We had the opportunity to catch an early pilot screening of Fox's new cop drama, Almost Human.  Produced by J.J. Abram's Bad Robot, it is starring Karl Urban and Michael Ealy as futuristic buddy cops and premieres tonight.  

Reboot and Wilderowens share their non-spoilery reviews after the break.


Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Review: Prime-8's #1

By Reboot

Today, I'm reviewing all digital publisher Monkey Brain Comics new series, Prime-8's #1.  This series is brought to you by Michael Moreci and Steve Seeley, the co-writers and co-creators of this series that premiered with their successful Kickstarter project that I also reviewed, Mini-Comics Included.  This full length series now has art by Kyle Latino and Jordan Gibson.

Before I go into my review, I have to briefly discuss my love of monkeys doing people things.  I have fond memories of being over my great uncle's house watching old VHS recordings of the Planet of the Apes' movies in the late 80's and early 90's.  Additionally, I spent many an hour watching Lancelot Link with my dad growing up.  If you don't know what Lancelot Link is, go internet it.  In short, monkeys make great people, and after having read Prime-8's, I can also say monkeys make great comics.