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Monthly Archives: January 2013

An Alternate History of the Netherlands

Any prospective Alternate Historian has their handful of pet scenarios they cherish and develop over time, crafting an alternate Earth of their own design to varying ends, ranging from Harry Turtledove’s TL-191, the American-Nazi Cold War of Robert Harris’ Fatherland, or mine own attempts to

John Shirley’s The Crow

I told you folks a few months back, when I did my video review of The Crow, that there were a couple new comics coming out soon about The Crow from IDW Publishing, and today I plan to look at the first of them, as

JJ Abrams to direct Star Wars Episode VII

Long ago, in a galaxy, far, far away, going where no man has gone before… Its official folks, Star Wars Episode VII has a director, and of all people, it’s going to be the director of Star Trek, and creator of TV shows like Lost,

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Nostalgia Critic back from retirement

He was the Nostalgia Critic, who remembered it so you don’t have to… a few of you no doubt remember the Nostalgia Critic, one of the most influential web celebrities and film critics of the last several years who had become a web and cultural

Remembering Surge

My dear readers, today I got a literal taste of nostalgia. While rummaging through a friend’s storage area in what would be a forlorn attempt to clean it out, I stumbled upon a can that literally contained much of my childhood in a can: Surge

The Last Stand

It’s hard to believe that it’s been literally a decade since Arnold Schwarzenegger was in a leading role. Once the highest paid actor in Hollywood, one of its most famous names, and one leg of the action movie holy trinity, as you might recall, having