A Quick Guide to Competitive Play in Destiny

A brief look at some hints and tips at helping you improve your skills in Trials of Osiris.
Alexander Castleton, 17 Aug 11:52 | Posted in GeekCulture |destiny pvp trials osiris thorn hawkmoon red death messenger gjallarhorn efrideet's spear felwinter's lie matador astral horizon ash factory answer titan warlock hunter striker sunsinger bladedancer

This is what you get when you mess with us

I am about to attempt the impossible; I am going to pick my 5 favourite issues of Garth Ennis and John McCrea’s *Hitman* series. And series artist John McCrea is along for the ride.
James Dodsworth, 17 Jul 00:16 | Posted in GeekCulture |Hitman, Garth Ennis, John McCrea, All Star Section Eight

The Dresden Files

In which Shea Holland discusses the Dresden Files and why you should read them.

Life After Arkham Knight

On Tuesday 7th of July, the latest and possibly last game of the Arkham series was released on PC and consoles all over the world. Being a person with remarkably little foresight, I blitzed through the game to complete completion within a mere week of its release.

Where Are They Now?: Dumb Bunny

"Where Are They Now?" is a spoof series following small/obscure characters from comics that appeared once or twice, years ago and "interviewing" them about where they are now.

When Will They End!?

I previously wrote an article about television shows that had been cancelled *too soon*. On the opposite side of the spectrum, there are a few shows that have gone on *too long*. That's what this article is about. These are shows that should have ended a long time ago but the viewers just keep bringing them back every year! It's time for these shows (many of which I hate to love) to check out.

A Leaf on the Wind...

HEY! THAT'S RIGHT! A FIREFLY REFERENCE!
Can you guess what this article is going to be about?
Nope, you're wrong. It is not about the awful death of [SPOILER ALERT!] Hoban Washburne and other painful character deaths... although that would make a great read... But it's about TV shows that were cancelled before their time.

On Reading Jeff Lemire

Jeff Lemire tells stories beautifully. And because they are so told, the stories themselves are beautiful. Often, there is something bleak and crisp at work in his work: so much resonant, wide-open space in which nostalgia echoes and over which his clean, hard lines are scratched – fine, hair-line scars written over deeper wounds.

Where Are They Now?: The Blimp

"Where Are They Now?" is a spoof series following small/obscure characters from comics that appeared once or twice, years ago and "interviewing" them about where they are now.

Where Are They Now?: Lori Lemaris

"Where Are They Now?" is a spoof series following small/obscure characters from comics that appeared once or twice, years ago and "interviewing" them about where they are now.

Heels and Homicide

Crime drama, as a genre, is typically masculine dominated. The stereotypical setup of TV shows in the genre normally feature a male character as the lead detective.
Ellie Gibbs, 28 May 12:40 | Posted in GeekCulture |abc castle, kate beckett, tv shows, crime drama

Will No-one Think of the Animals?

Invariably caught in the crossfire of humanity’s endeavour to kill one another, comics have not treated animals particularly well. We’re going to have a look at some of the craziest scenes committed to comics over the past few decades.
James Dodsworth, 26 May 22:12 | Posted in GeekCulture

Superheroes are Super Boring

I don’t know about you, reader, but many of my favourite comic book characters are not in fact “superheroes”.

Comics For Beginners

Trying to get into comics but you don't know how? I didn't either - here's a quick guide to entering to comic dimension!

Where Are They Now?: The Cavalier

"Where Are They Now?" is a spoof series following small/obscure characters from comics that appeared once or twice, years ago and "interviewing" them about where they are now.