Comic Book Legend Stan Lee Releases Memoir in Comic Book Form

Comic Book Legend Stan Lee Releases Memoir in Comic Book Form

The man behind some of the best Marvel backstories releases his own origin story in comic book form. more »

Book Review: Ready Player One

Book Review: Ready Player One

Full of '80's pop culture and video games galore, Ready Player One takes you down memory lane in a perilous dystopian future. more »

Book Review: The Art of Titanfall

Book Review: The Art of Titanfall

If you can take a few minutes to pry yourself away from Titanfall, then check out this review of the Art of Titanfall book! more »

Dark Horse Announces the Sakai Project

Dark Horse Announces the Sakai Project

Artists Celebrate Thirty Years of Usagi Yojimbo! more »

Get set to Blast off with Top Cow and Tales of Honor

Get set to Blast off with Top Cow and Tales of Honor

Comic launches multi-platform storyworld to introduce new fans to the “Honorverse.” more »

Book Review: Star Trek Federation: The First 150 Years

Book Review: Star Trek Federation: The First 150 Years

A in-fiction historical look at the Star Trek Federation's first 150 years? Yeah, it's just as cool as it sounds. more »

Good Old Games Charity Giveaway Ends Soon

Good Old Games Charity Giveaway Ends Soon

Good Old Games have been running a charity giveaway where you can grab 3 games for the piddling sum of $5. The giveaway ends soon, so you may want to check it out. more »

Book Review: Star Trek: the Art of Juan Ortiz

Book Review: Star Trek: the Art of Juan Ortiz

What if every Star Trek: The Original Series episode was a movie event? What would the movie poster look like? Star Trek: the Art of Juan Ortiz tries to answer those questions! more »

Book Review: Elysium: The Art of the Film

Book Review: Elysium: The Art of the Film

Elysium: the Art of the Film is a coffee table book documenting the sci-fi film. more »

Video Game Review: Fighting Fantasy: Forest of Doom

Video Game Review: Fighting Fantasy: Forest of Doom

It's time for another Fighting Fantasy gamebook review. This time it's The Forest of Doom, another old-school adventure republished with updated graphics and mechanics. Join Craig as he goes exploring. more »

Forest of Doom Fighting Fantasy Gamebook App Is Out Now

Forest of Doom Fighting Fantasy Gamebook App Is Out Now

The next Fighting Fantasy gamebook app, Forest of Doom, is out now. Craig hasn't had a chance to review it yet, due to the wealth of E3 news, but read on for some reasons why you might want to check it out anyway. more »

Games Workshop’s Space Marine Trademark Battle Rolls On

Games Workshop’s Space Marine Trademark Battle Rolls On

Games Workshop has found themselves in hot water recently, after their attempt to claim Trademark rights to the phrase "space marine" has come to the attention of angry fans all over the Internet. Craig tries to break down the whys and wherefores of the situation.... more »

Video Game Review: Fighting Fantasy Gamebook: House of Hell

Video Game Review: Fighting Fantasy Gamebook: House of Hell

Craig dives into another Fighting Fantasy gamebook. This time he braves the House of Hell, a classic adventure originally published in 1984. Is this version a groaning, dusty waste of time, or a fresh and sprightly addition to the Fighting Fantasy stable? more »

The Humble eBook Bundle Wants Your Money and Spare Time

The Humble eBook Bundle Wants Your Money and Spare Time

You may not play videogames, so the Humble Indie Bundle phenomenon may not mean much to you. The Humble eBook Bundle is here to change that. "The coolest thing to happen to literature since Comic Sans." more »

Cold Days, Dresden Files #14 Update!

Cold Days, Dresden Files #14 Update!

UPDATE!! The publishing date for Cold Days, book #14 from the Dresden Files Universe is November 27, 2012! JUST in time for Giftmas! more »

The Next Dresden Files Book = Finished!

The Next Dresden Files Book = Finished!

Finally! New Information From The Dresden-Verse. more »

Interview With the Authors of the Official Game of Thrones Cookbook

Interview With the Authors of the Official Game of Thrones Cookbook

If you've read George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones or watched the HBO series, chances are you've noticed all of the crazy delicious food. I sit down with the authors of A Feast of Ice and Fire: the Official Game of Thrones cookbook. more »

Book Review: Robot Zombie Frankenstein

Book Review: Robot Zombie Frankenstein

Yep, you read that headline right. This review talks about a book called Robot Zombie Frankenstein. Now, before you start rolling your eyes, you should probably know that this one’s aimed squarely at the kiddies, and it’s a children’s book I can’t recommend enough. The... more »

Book Review- Wally Wood’s EC Stories Artist’s Edition

Book Review- Wally Wood’s EC Stories Artist’s Edition

The fourth volume in IDW's Artist Edition line focuses on comic book legend Wally Wood. Check out our review to see why this collection is a must-buy. more »

Neil Gaiman Interviews Stephen King

Neil Gaiman Interviews Stephen King

“They pay me absurd amounts of money,” he observes, "for something that I would do for free.” more »

Video Game Review: Infinite Universe

Video Game Review: Infinite Universe

Infinite Universe gives you infinite possibilities for adventure. We review Tin Man's scifi Gamebook for iOS. more »

HeroClix Scenario: The Hunger Games

HeroClix Scenario: The Hunger Games

Sometimes Wizkids/NECA don't (or can't) get their hands on licenced properties we wish they could. In these tough times, instead, I create a scenario that (hopefully) captures the excitement and theme of said said. With no further adieu I give you HeroClix: The Hunger Games. more »

David Mazzucchelli Gives New Batman Year One Thumb Down

David Mazzucchelli Gives New Batman Year One Thumb Down

Batman Year One gets a shiny new printing this month. Guess who's not excited about it in the least: original series artist David Mazzucchelli. more »

Daigo “The Beast” Umehara Writes a Book

Daigo “The Beast” Umehara Writes a Book

Daigo "The Beast" Umehara wrote a book which the publisher says "is not a game strategy guide, but a life strategy guide." more »

Vertigo Releases Neil Gaiman’s Sandman With Annotations

Vertigo Releases Neil Gaiman’s Sandman With Annotations

The only to make the wonderful and mysterious Sandman series better is to tell me about all the cool stuff I missed when I read it. Luckily, there’s now The Annotated Sandman, Vol. 1. more »

HeroClix Review: The Hobbit—An Unexpected Journey—Starter Pack

HeroClix Review: The Hobbit—An Unexpected Journey—Starter Pack

With every new blockbuster film, we're bombarded by merchandise by the truck-full. The Hobbit is no exception. How does the new Hobbit HeroClix starter stand up to scrutiny? more »

Marvel Launches New Line of Prose Novels with Civil War

Marvel Launches New Line of Prose Novels with Civil War

Not content with ruling the comics and movie industries, Marvel takes on prose novels. more »

Twilight: The New Geek?

Twilight: The New Geek?

Like it or not, the Twilight Saga is here to stay. I, for one, am willing to face facts and accept it into the geek counter culture. You should too... more »

Judge Dredd Coming to Gamebook Adventures

Judge Dredd Coming to Gamebook Adventures

Thanks to Tin Man Games, Judge Dredd is coming to Gamebook Adventures. more »

Advanced Comic Review: The Strain #1

Advanced Comic Review: The Strain #1

David Lapham takes Guillero del Toro and Chuck Hogan's novel, The Strain, and brings it to Dark Horse—and I was lucky enough to score a review copy. more »