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A.M. Vs. L.B.

A little while ago, there was a kind of announcement that a certain rap/rock vocalist, who had a tendency to wear a red baseball cap backwards, but now doesnt so much was getting his own show. I was not impressed. I also heard his band was coming out with a new album. I thought about giving it a listen, then I heard some of it, and I really didn’t want to sit and listen to the rest. It was a small sample, but it was a really sour experience.  Read the rest of this page »

I Still Ain’t Afraid of no Ghost

You know, I like the second Ghostbusters movie. Mostly because I was all of six and a half when the movie came out, and spent plenty of time watching the cartoon, and playing with the toys. I’m still not sure why this exists, but I had one. Read the rest of this page »

The Super Man of Steel

There are a lot of superheroes, hundreds, if not thousands. If you count all the ones that are the same character, but slightly different from a different universe or parallel dimension there are even more still. However, I think not all of those characters are actual superheroes in a stricter sense. And really, for me there is one that personifies “superhero” better than others. Read the rest of this page »

Combating Mortal Kombat

There are few things from my childhood, that not only hold up, but at least try to change in a way that makes sense for the time that it’s in. After last Tuesday’s release of the newest Mortal Kombat, I realized that franchise oddly fits. Read the rest of this page »

Justin’s Television

Midnight for the third Sunday in a row I find myself doing something relatively really weird. And while the website justin.tv may not be the newest around, I’ve recently began to watch a few streams. Read the rest of this page »

Spot the Difference: The Caped Crusader and the Last Son of Krypton

Recently I decided to re watch the DC comics animated series from the nineties. Started with Batman, currently on the Superman series and will watch what I have of the Justice League when that’s done. I think by watching the Batman and Superman series’ so close together I started noticing a bunch of little differences between the two shows, mostly having to do with the “spirit” of the character. Read the rest of this page »

WoW, a DC Massively Multiplayer Online Game.

I don’t have much experience with massively multiplayer games like World of Warcraft. I just started playing that a few months ago, and it’s going pretty alright. What really got me intrigued in the genre is DC Universe Online. Read the rest of this page »

Award Knight

It’s getting to be “that time of year” again. The Grammy’s are a few weeks away, followed by the Oscar’s two weeks after that. Those two events are supposed to be a celebration of the year’s top chosen by the industries they represent. Neither of which I have any plans to watch. Read the rest of this page »

Whatever Happen to a Good Comic?

I like comics. That statement isn’t something new, or something I hide. It’s a fantastic medium combining art and storytelling in ways you can’t get in movies or books. There are a lot of really great stories to read, I wish I had more time to. Read the rest of this page »

My take on EMA vs Schwarzenegger

Earlier this month, on election day, the Supreme Court heard opening oral arguments in the EMA vs. Schwarzenegger case. The EMA is the Electronic Merchants Association, and the case the governor of California is bringing to the Supreme Court in Washington DC, is a law that would ban “deviant violent video games” to minors. The law itself has been declared potentially unconstitutional by all of the lesser courts in California, and in similar bills in other states, which is why it’s being heard on a national scale. Read the rest of this page »