At long last, I found a show for my kids that I totally, completely, 100% adore and fully approve of and it’s totally for parents like us!!
Crazy, right?! It’s called “Niko and the Sword of Light”, so far only has a pilot episode out and can currently only be seen on Amazon Prime.
In this episode, AJ and Anthony catch us up on the news including the Marvel press conference.
AJ also reviews Justice League: Throne of Atlantis.
Now, as part 3 in the “Toxic Television” series, I’m covering the shows we love. You’ll see there are many more great shows than there are toxic shows, so that’s reassuring in the grand scheme of things, for sure! Continue reading
This Sunday, January 11th, our very own Justin White will feature his amazing art in his own booth at the Los Angeles Comic Book Convention, to be held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Bring out your family to support the Lead Artist of Forbidden Panel and illustrator of our book; Zombie Kill Squad. He will feature art from this work and many other amazing pieces. He will have prints and other unique items for purchase.
The LA Comic Convention is located at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall 700 W 32nd St , Los Angeles, CA 90007. Hours are 10:00am-5:00pm. Early Admission is 12.00 and begins at 9:10am. General admission is 10.00. Children five years and under are free.
For more information go to www.comicbookscifi.com
In this return episode we meet our new co-host Anthony White.
We also discuss the Batman Spoiler, Majora’s Mask special edition, and the Powers cast listing.
As well as our newest obsession: Ingress
Mad Catz have seriously put all their bets on Android devices being a strong avenue for ‘serious gaming’ in the future. The company released the M.O.J.O, an Android based micro-console in late 2013 and the company continue to push the possibilities of Android gaming each year.
Adding to that push, Mad Catz announced the L.Y.N.X 9 controller at CES 2015. What is a L.Y.N.X 9 controller you ask? Well, it’s a monstrosity, really. The controller is made up of three parts, the main controller, grips and a keyboard. It’s designed to adapt around all your android gaming needs as it’s able to be used on bluetooth devices, as well as hold tablet and phones.
Yes, not only does this thing look like a Michael Bay Transformer. It quite literally is one.
The price for this shapeshifting beast? $300. I can’t say I expect everyone to be using one in the near future.
This is obviously for hardcore Android players though. If you are one of those, it will be available in March.
Thanks to Bleeding Cool for the story.