So here’s one I bet you’ve never heard: Two adventures getting dragged into a sinister corporate plot about snack chips that are actually being used to brainwash people.
I’ve talked a lot about the good and the bad of Cirque Du Freak.
I had the privilege of attending Grand Rapids Comic Con this past weekend.
So real talk here, I have been dreading putting this post together.
One way that a series can receive more exposure is to be given a new adaptation.
It’s the first week of Cirque Du Freak Month, so let’s take a look at the books that started it all.
Happy October everyone! This month, I’m bringing you along for one of my favorite Halloween traditions.
As a very delayed finish for “Getting to Know Me” Month, I decided to shift away from the usual territory of anime and games and talk about something that I feel is rather underrated in this geek culture.
It’s been nineteen years since the fall of the Dark Lord Voldemort. What kind of life has Harry Potter made for himself? Is it everything his happy ending should be?