The two new films of Disney and Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars” franchise, Rian Johnson’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and Ron Howard’s “Han Solo” spin-off film, are reportedly sitting out this month’s San Diego Comic Con.
SDCC Unofficial Blog spoke with Lucasfilm’s publicity unit who said: “Our presence at SDCC 2017 will be focused on our booth on the convention floor, so there will be no press events or interview opportunities this year.” Continue reading
Since 2007, Free RPG Day has been partnering with RPG publishers and friendly local game stores (FLGS) to bring new quickstart rules and exclusive modules to gamers around the world. Providing of course, you have an FLGS in your area. Previous free RPG loot included in the celebration T-shirts, dice, Munchkin add-ons, Pathfinder modules, and dozens of new game quick start rules. This years Free RPG Day loot includes the new Runequest quickstart rules, a Pathfinder Bestiary, and I’m personally excited about the Modiphius Entertainment “Robert E. Howard’s CONAN” RPG quickstart rules.
But alas, I won’t be waiting for the ghost of Gary Gygax to leave RPG goodies for me under the game table this year either. Continue reading
A trailer has been released for John Carpenter’s “Big Trouble in Little China” board game which is in the final stages of development with both a deluxe version and a regular retail version available for pre-order.
You and up to 3 other players (1-6 in Deluxe) take on the roles of their favorite iconic heroes from the film like Jack, Gracie, Egg, and the rest of the gang.
HERO. LEGEND. KING. Watch Marvel Studio’s Black Panther teaser trailer now.
“Cowboy Bebop,” a critically and commercially successful 1998 Japanese anime series, is set to be adapted into a live action television series by Tomorrow Studios, a partnership between ITV Studios and Marty Adelstein.
The live action version will be executive produced by Sunset Inc. — the studio responsible for the original animated iteration — as well as Midnight Radio, Marty Adelstein, Becky Clements, and Matthew Weinberg. Midnight Radio consists of Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, Jeff Pinkner, and Scott Rosenberg. Chris Yost will write the adaptation. Continue reading
In this, our 179th episode, AJ talks about how he misses Anthony,
Also, AJ reviews both the video game, Prey, and the movie Wonder Woman.
Amongst the most anticipated films on the way is “Ex Machina” writer/director Alex Garland’s new film “Annihilation,” an adaptation of Jeff Vandermeer’s intriguing novel.
Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tessa Thompson and Gina Rodriguez play four women sent into the mysterious ‘Area X,’ a portion of land in the United States that has been quarantined due to abnormal activity. Continue reading
Following the first trailer the other week, a new poster is out for Netflix’s upcoming “Castlevania” animated series. Japanese video game magazine Famitsu premiered the artwork which hearkens back to the classic NES artwork of the game.
The dark medieval fantasy follows the last surviving member of the disgraced Belmont clan, trying to save Eastern Europe from extinction at the hand of Vlad Dracula Tepe himself.
The animated series is from Frederator Studios and is executive produced by Warren Ellis, Kevin Kolde, Fred Seibert and Adi Shankar. It is slated to premiere July 7th.
What I Read in May ‘17
So this month contains massive spoilers if you haven’t read the books I’m talking about. Go do so, or don’t. But I truly recommend you do. Continue reading
I’ll be honest; I hate filtering. I hate that there is so much crap my kids can be exposed to that I HAVE to filter, 24/7 on every single form of media just to make sure we stay within the realm of age-appropriate content. It’s frustrating. Exhausting. It’s flat out annoying. It’s annoying for ANY parent, but I think it’s especially so for a geek mom. Even more so when you are fairly conservative in your line of thinking when it comes to what you will allow your children to experience. When you are adamant about timing of exposure to certain stories, behaviors and experiences, it can make momming pretty challenging when all you really want to do is immerse yourself, and your family, deep within the four color well of never ending awesome. Now, I know plenty of geek moms who don’t think twice about it, let their kids watch whatever and their children are perfectly well behaved, well adjusted humans with good attitudes, so what am I so worried about??