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Comic Books As TV Shows – 4-Panel Vol. 2, Issue 52

TV adaptations of comics are all the rage these days, and since our resident comics sage (Andrew), has gone to do Roman things (that may or may not include conquering Europe), we decided to investigate the plethora of live-action superhero shows. From the Adventures of

The Geek Show - Burly Men at Sea - A New Type of Visual Novel

Burly Men At Sea – A New Type of Visual Novel?

Last year’s Burly Men at Sea is a lovely adventure game that has done the rounds on all consoles and formats, so Rob decided to find out if it was worth playing. More interesting than that though, is whether the style of game that Brain&Brain

The Geek Show - S15E17 - Count Dante’s Kung-Fu Flip Flops

S15E17 – Count Dante’s Kung-Fu Flip Flops

Technically we’re a news podcast, although it should be pointed out that “technically” is a powerful word. Join Graham and Rob for another journey through the sometimes strange worlds of science and technology news as they discover oddities like Elon Musk’s latest “Boring” endeavour, getting

Pyewacket

Horror films take another trip to the woods, this time in Canada courtesy of Adam MacDonald’s Pyewacket. Leah and her mother have recently lost her father, and they move to a house in the middle of a local forest to make a fresh start. Their

Phantasm

There’s a loathable and inescapable truth in discussing the legacy of the horror franchise. Those titles with a tangible look, whether it’s the pallid white mask of Halloween’s Michael Myers, the grotesque abominations of Hellraiser’s Cenobites or the red and black sweater/bladed glove combo of

Game of Thrones – A Telltale Series

The Game of Thrones TV adaptation, the pop culture behemoth that it is, seems an obvious match for Telltale’s episodic, story-driven style. Telltale’s game features an original story that ties in with the series, starting at the Red Wedding, starring their own Stark loyalists, House

Style Over Sight – Why is it a problem?

We know that technology has a habit of shrinking in size as the years pass and developments are made. Computers used to warrant an entire room as opposed to one’s pocket. I was one of the last generations to know the televisions of old before

Batman: A Telltale Series

After discovering how to set categories in my Steam library I spent one particularly neurotic Sunday afternoon shuffling games about like I was trying to organise a bookshelf. When I was finally done I noticed that one of my settled upon categories, Adventure Games (Modern),

Death in Animation (Beware: Contains Spoilers)

Note: This contains mild to major spoilers for One Piece, Assassination Classroom, Gurren Lagann, Galaxy Railways along with Bambi, The Simpsons, South Park and more.  I write this article misty eyed, having witnessed the Going Merry take its final voyage. I must have witnessed this arc