New Book Releases, Week of April 29, 2012


Here’s a list of all fantasy, scifi, and horror books coming out this week. To see the cover of a particular book click on the title. Released Tuesday, May 1st, 2012 Born of Silence (The League), by Sherrilyn Kenyon In a universe where corruption and deception rule all aspects of life, sparks of rebellion threaten to [...]

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“Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn” live-action web series announced


Part of the campaign leading up the biggest console exclusive game this year, Microsoft has announced that they are producing a series of live-action short films for Halo 4.  Titles Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, the five episodes series will show on Halo Waypoint and Machinima in the weeks preceding Halo 4′s November 6th launch date. [...]

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“Portal 2″ Perpetual Testing Initiative DLC trailer revealed


Portal 2 made is debut in April of 2011 and has racked up a numerous amount of Game of the Year awards around the industry. Valve has giving players a reason to return to their testing chamber once again for some puzzle solving action.  Announced yesterday, the Portal 2 ”Perpetual Testing Initiative” DLC finally brings level editor functionality, which was previewed [...]

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Movie Review: “Lockout” Leaves Much To Be Desired

A maximum security prison in space, a bunch of nut cases for inmates, and the President’s daughter caught in the middle – this could have made for one exciting movie. Lockout, released on April 13th, directed by James Mather and Stephen St. Leger, and produced by Luc Besson, doesn’t quite live up to the expectations. It’s [...]

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Chronicle Director Josh Trank Developing A Fantastic Four Reboot!


Fans who  lost faith in the Fantastic Four film franchise can rejoice. Tim Rothman, the CEO of 20th Century Fox, recently confirmed that Josh Trank, director of the critically-acclaimed found footage superhero flick, Chronicle, has begun work on a Fantastic Four reboot. Not much else is known at this point, but if Trank is involved in [...]

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Shadows on the Moon is a Daring Rendition of the Traditional Cinderella Tale in a Beautiful Asian Setting.

Shadows On The Moon

Love Comes like storm clouds Fleeing from the wind, and casts Shadows on the moon Shadows on the Moon by Zoë Marriott is a new release in YA fantasy fiction and a wonderful read for those looking for something out of the norm. The beautifully-crafted setting is Japanese-based with Japanese words and culture used; but the [...]

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Fox Renews Fringe!

  Fox announced today it has renewed Fringe for a 13 episode 5th and final season. The renewal is a huge victory for the fan base as Fox was concerned after last season’s lackluster ratings performance.  Sounds like we’re in for an interesting end to an incredible series. Here is a part of Fox’s press release: [...]

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DC Comes Out on Top With The Flash #8, Green Lantern: New Guardians #8, and Aquaman #8


What a huge week for comics! DC releases a bunch of New 52 titles, the most notable being The Flash #8, Green Lantern: New Guardians #8, and Aquaman #8. Check out reviews for these three new releases below!   The Flash #8 Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato bring us a thrilling new chapter in the story [...]

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New Prologue Excerpt for the Final ‘Wheel of Time’ Book!


At this year’s JordanCon and excerpt from the prologue of A Memory of Light, the final book in Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series (though Brandon Sanderson finished the series after Jordan passed away). Now, thanks to our friends at Tor, we have the full excerpt for your reading pleasure. Enjoy! **** Bayrd pressed the coin [...]

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Big changes coming to the newest intallment of “Super Smash Bros.”


Now that the development for Kid Icarus: Uprising ifnished, Project Sora is focusing largely on the next pair of Super Smash Bros. games for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.  Details have been extremely scare since the games were announced at E3 2011; the only thing that is confirmed is that the portable and the console [...]

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