Month: December 2018

This Outlander review contains spoilers. Outlander Season 4, Episode 9 For the most part, this episode was excellent. It stays close to Bree as we see the consequences of Bonnet’s act of sexual violence. It’s about Bree’s pain, her strength, her healing. Unfortunately, in the episode’s closing minutes, it becomes about Jamie’s pain, anger, and
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Wondering when your favorites are coming back and what new series you can look forward to? We’ve got you covered with the Den of Geek 2019 TV Premiere Dates Calendar, where we’re keeping track of TV series premiere dates, return dates, and more for this year and beyond.  We’ll continue to update this page as networks
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The Venture Bros. has quietly been plugging along at Adult Swim for over 15 years and it has usurped Aqua Teen Hunger Force as the network’s longest running program. The show’s latest season garnered arguably the greatest acclaim in its history and finally provided answers for some of The Venture Bros.’ longest running questions. While
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This Van Helsing review contains spoilers. Van Helsing Season 3 Episode 13 “In your heart you know the truth, but you wish not to see.” Van Helsing pulls out all the stops with an emotionally charged season finale that finds Vanessa forming an unlikely alliance in her quest to stop the fourth Elder and put
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You know what I didn’t even know I really wanted until it arrived in my inbox? A Swamp Thing live action TV series that boasts James Wan (The Conjuring, Aquaman…oh, you know who he is) as one of its executive producers. And yes, we’re getting a Swamp Thing TV series on the upcoming DC Universe
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This story contains spoilers for Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, its multiple endings, and alternate paths.  Black Mirror is a program that always pushes our buttons (both figuratively and literally sometimes). It finds creative ways to get under our skin and question not only the technology around us, but the people who make it. Even though the
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Team Ninja is working on a sequel to their well-received Souls-like title, Nioh. In a way, it’s not too surprising to hear that Team Ninja is working on a sequel to Nioh. After all, the game reportedly sold even better than they were expecting it to sell and performed especially well on PC where the developers had
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Were you one of many gamers who played Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag‘s ship sections and thought, “Why doesn’t Ubisoft just turn this into a game?” Well, it appears that Ubisoft heard that very valid question.  Skull and Bones can’t exactly be described as a continuation of Black Flag. While the two share many pirate aspects (we’ll never
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The designer of Payday and Payday 2, Ulf Anderson, has started a new studio called 10 Chambers Collective. His first project will retain Payday‘s four-player co-op gameplay but will add an element of horror that only exists in Payday when someone screws up the vault drill.  GTFO is described as a “terrifying 4 player co-op
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Hey, remember that time we said that Christian Ward should be allowed to draw whatever Marvel space comics he wanted? Good news, everyone! Dark Horse was listening! Or more specifically, Karen Berger. Berger, the legendary DC/Vertigo editor who threw open the doors to the 80s “British Invasion” that brought us Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, Grant
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Editor’s Note: This post is updated monthly. Bookmark this page and come back to see what Amazon Prime has in the realm of TV classics.  Updated for January 2019 If you’ve exhausted the 25 comic book, sci-fi and fantasy TV shows on Amazon Prime Video, and taken your pick of its slightly weirder and perhaps
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Release Date: December 14, 2018Platform: PC (reviewed), XBODeveloper: Capybara GamesPublisher: Capybara GamesGenre: Action-adventure Roguelike As you sink deeper and deeper into Capybara Games’ moody roguelike Below, two things become crystal clear: it’s an atmospheric, hauntingly beautiful experience, and it’s also a study in frustration and tedium, a prime example of how just a few imbalances
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Forget the Jabberwock, the frumious Bandersnatch will catch you in a dream. The sci-fi anthology series Black Mirror is launching as a stand-alone film on Netflix. Black Mirror: Bandersnatch will be available for streaming starting on Dec. 28. With only one day of warning before the debut, the streaming station dropped its premiere date and
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Comics, like all art, can be a mirror on society or a safe harbor from its worst tendencies, and thankfully again in 2018, we got some incredible books this year. I’ve been watching our pull lists since the calendar flipped in January, keeping an eye out for the best comics to share with you, and
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This Vikings review contains spoilers. Vikings Season 5 Episode 15 “We will torture you to see if you are telling the truth.” In an episode with all the characteristics of a season finale, Vikings hits all its marks and delivers a stellar tale of the shifting fortunes of three men who wish to be king
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The first trailer for Jordan Peele’s Us dropped this week, and it might be even more chilling than we were expecting (which is saying something). Check it out: <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Read the synopsis for Us here: A mother (Lupita Nyong’o) and a father (Winston Duke) take their kids to their
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This Steven Universe review contains spoilers. Steven Universe Season 5 Episode 26 “This is so weird.” You said it, Steven. Much like our titular character, I’m a little overwhelmed and confused by this episode. There’s both a lot to chew on and very little. We do get some story progression (Steven figures out he has to throw
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This Counterpart review contains spoilers. Counterpart Season 2 Episode 3 Although Counterpart always has a carefully constructed narrative, “Something Borrowed” was particularly well crafted. The season has been building suspense and mystery as new facts about several characters are revealed and as those conducting various investigations uncover surprising clues, some of which we knew about
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It turns out that the season 5 finale of Z Nation is appropriately titled “The End of Everything” since Syfy has officially canceled the series just after its penultimate episode aired on the network. Some may have thought of the show as a kind of undead creature itself, having lasted longer than most similarly rated
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Titans Season 2 is coming. The first season of Titans premiered on the DC Universe streaming service on October 12 and wrapped with a divisive season finale on December 21. The 10 episode season introduced a ton of new DC heroes and villains (including the Doom Patrol, who will then spin off into their own
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