Fans Wait in the Rain for New Super Mario Bros. Wii

If you were visiting Rockefeller Center in New York City this past Saturday, you may have noticed throngs of people getting drenched while a DJ spun innocuous hits from Coldplay.

The rain-soaked ruckus was all for the release of New Super Mario Bros. Wii at the Nintendo World Store, where Mario fans were able purchase their copy of …

Verizon Announces Casio G’zOne Rock: G’zWhatsWithTheName?

As tough as Casio’s G’zOne cell phones are, I can’t get past the nomenclature. G’zOne? I’m not entirely sure how to even pronounce the name. Is it G-Z-One? Is it Geez-One? Damn it. I actually used to know how to pronounce it but I’m drawing a blank. Oh, I see here in the press release that Casio/Verizon have shed some light …

Panel of the Week

Every week we’re going to pull out some of our favorite images from the comics we’ve been reading. We’re going to call it Panel of the Week! As you might have read in Lev’s post we love naming things. So let’s get right into it.

Punisher #11

As we saw recently in Dark Reign, Wolverine’s son, Daken, was sent after the Punisher. The …

New Super Mario Bros. Wii Review: Welcome Back, Old Friend

A sense of nostalgia washes over you when playing through the first level of New Super Mario Bros. Wii. It’s so familiar and different at the same time that it’s hard to pinpoint the last time you’ve felt this way. For most of us it was 1990 when Super Mario Bros. 3 was released in North America. For me that particular title was …

New Moon: Twilight Shows More Skin, Adds Zombies!

130 minutes. That’s the running time of “The Twilight Saga: New Moon.” And at minute 125, audiences of swooning tweens around the world will let out an audible gasp before erupting into cheers. At least that’s what happened late Wednesday on New York’s Upper West Side, when the very first “New Moon” audience lost its …

Arvid Nelson Adapts Deadlocke, Loves Heavy Metal

Arvid Nelson’s Deadlocke, which is an adaptation of Christopher Krovatin’s Venomous is out today as a one-shot. Thanks to Dark Horse, TECHLAND has a candid video of Nelson chatting about Deadlocke and Rex Mundi among other things. The cover alone looks pretty cool, right?

In modern-day New York City, a ragtag group of rebellious …

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