Topless Robot’s new comic reviews for the week of 4/1/2015 include Rick & Morty #1; The Michael Moorcock Library volume 1: Elric of Melnibone; Last Man: The Stranger; Avengers: Rage of Ultron; No Mercy #1; Convergence #0; and The Private Eye #10.
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Now with subtitled lyrics and clearly labeled scientific geniuses/singers!
The word “nerd” has mutated in the last few years to include many different – and often contradictory – definitions. Here are nine new possible meanings.
Break out the pan de muerto, because it’s time to celebrate as Grim Fandango Remastered is now out for the masses to enjoy! So let’s see how the classic stands up over sixteen years later!
Topless Robot’s new comic reviews for the week of 12/24/2014 include Penguins of Madagascar #2; Superman #37; Avengers & X-Men: Axis #9; Black Science #11; Doctor Spektor Volume 1 TP; Memetic #3; Garbage Pail Kids Puketacular #1; and Multiverse: An Anthology of Superhero Poetry of Superhuman Proportions.
New comic reviews for the week of November 26, 2014 include Capture Creatures #1, Multiversity: Pax Americana #1; Scarlet Spiders #1; Ody-C #1; The Shadow Show #1; Flash Gordon Annual 2014; and Tomb Raider #10.
11 awesome-sounding genre films from the land of ski jumps, saunas, ice fishing, suicide, Kierkegaard, and really awful-sounding fish-based dishes.
TV and movie player technology is more sophisticated than ever. But the good old VCR still has it all beat in several important ways.
“Why don’t they just finally remake Final Fantasy VII? They’ll make millions!” Except, for reasons that I will soon disclose, that is actually a terrible idea.
He misspells some names like “Dr. Evizan” and “Wuhrer.” But the overall achievement is impressive enough that I’ll let that slide. You?