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Z nation

Fall Television Preview: Z Nation

You know someone was sitting around and saying “What we really need is another zombie/vampire/werewolf show… The Walking Dead does pretty well, let’s do that!” Maybe not exactly that way, but they have to come up with a twist that [...]

September 12, 2014 Movies and TV
Haven

Fall Television Preview: Haven

Haven is one of those shows that had been in my queue on Netflix for months and I finally got some bandwith to start watching it. We are currently part way through season one and addicted. It is a very [...]

September 11, 2014 Movies and TV
SyFy

SyFy Lineup Changes Could Mean Return of Awesome TV

There was a time when SyFy used to be known for great science fiction. Lately they have strayed from their roots to more conventional programming. This could all be changing this fall. Syfy has announced three new shows, with the [...]

May 31, 2014 Movies and TV
Grumpy Cat properly visualizes my opinions on this episode.

Heroes of Cosplay Catch-Up: Episode 4

After watching episode four, I have decided that so far, three was the peak of the series for me. Four reintroduced a lot of themes I struggled with initially in the first two episodes that seemed to have been addressed in [...]

September 19, 2013 Reviews
heroesofcosplay

Heroes of Cosplay Catch-Up: Episode 3

So I’ve been hemming and hawing about getting these episodes watched and commented on. I have a lot of friends who cosplay and a lot more who I’m just peripherally friends with on Facebook – fellow Harley Quinns or just [...]

September 16, 2013 Reviews
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Why I Haven’t Been Writing About SyFy’s Heroes of Cosplay

All right, so I admit that as a cosplay writer and contributor at Comicbooked, it should ultimately be my job to report on any number of things related to cosplay, both good and bad. That includes highly dramatized – both [...]

August 28, 2013 Reviews
It’s the 68th episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast! This week I have a great interview with Joe Harris, accomplished comics creator of such books as Ghost Projekt, Spontaneous and The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men. He discusses his short film Witchwise and upcoming projects including “Arkham’s Ghost” for Legends of the Dark Knight and Great Pacific at Image. We talk about many things in the comics universes, including hardcovers and digital comics. For more information about Joe’s work, you can check out his website at joeharris.net! Then I review the latest comics, followed by Gianluca Glazer discussing the latest News & Previews! Everything wraps up with my review of the recent Baltimore Comic-Con, so don’t miss it!

Wayne’s Comics 68: Joe Harris of Ghost Projekt & Great Pacific

It’s the 68th episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast! This week I have a great interview with Joe Harris, accomplished comics creator of such books as Ghost Projekt, Spontaneous and The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men. He discusses his [...]

September 13, 2012 Reviews
Collection Intervention

Collection Intervention: No More Arigato, Mr. Roboto

I admit it – I was just about ready to give up on Elyse Luray and the entirety of Collection Intervention.  Something about Elyse’s approach in the last two episodes bugged – sure, there were some standout moments (like the [...]

September 13, 2012 Reviews
Warehouse 13, Deric Hughes, Ben Raab, Living in Infamy, Amazing Spider-Man, Leif Gantvoort, actor, Fractures, Syfy,

ComicBooked Podcast 27: Ben Raab & Deric Hughes, and Leif Gantvoort

The ComicBooked Podcast is back, with episode 27! This week is hosted by Wayne Hall, who serves up the first interview, and it’s with Warehouse 13’s Ben Raab and Deric Hughes, two of the talented writing staff working on the successful Syfy [...]

September 4, 2012 Reviews
SYFY Partners with SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK

SYFY Partners with SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK

Syfy, the premier cable entertainment destination for imagination-based entertainment, announced today it would be a lead media partner for SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark, the highly anticipated Broadway show that joins the theatrical and cinematic vision of Julie Taymor with [...]

November 22, 2010 Reviews