Hey there, Evil Geeks! Today C-Mart’s talking to a whole BUNCH of people, as we bring you another installment of INTERVIEW-O-RAMA!! First up is an interview with Jave Galt-Miller, creator of the comic Lesbian Zombies from Outer Space. After that, it’s an up close and personal interview with the Candyman himself, legendary actor Tony Todd. Not enough villainy for you yet? Well pull your boots up, because the Sith is getting pretty deep in here as C-Mart chats with Ray Park aka Darth Maul!!! Finally, let’s wrap the package of interviews up with a brief check in with Mike & Ming of I Sell Comics and AMC’s Comic Book Men. So much interviewy goodness!!!
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Hey Evil Geeks! Today’s episode finds C-Mart and Undies of Wondy talking with THE Popculturist himself, Robert Bruce of AMC’s Comic Book Men. We of course talk toys for a while, but we also delve into some of the other items that Robert collects as well! If you’re are true collector at heart, then you will not want to miss this episode!
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What happens when the walls surrounding Alexandria come down? Not as much as you would think. This week was The Walking Dead’s mid-season finale, and while a lot did happen, it didn’t feel nearly as action packed as I thought it would. A lot more could have happened and didn’t, but this will probably keep everyone hooked for the second half of the season. Here’s my thoughts and spoilers on this slightly underwhelming episode.
And just like that TWD has everyone hooked again. This past week’s episode was so darn packed featuring almost all of our beloved old timers, leaving most of us on the edge of our seats for the mid season finale, which is sure to evok some tears. Here’s my spoiler filled review of last Sunday’s episode, just in time for what is sure to be tonight’s mind blowing mid season finale.
Another week with a lot of flack out there about TWD suddenly being boring or dull, but I was actually ok with this week’s episodes. Granted we only really got to see three of the major characters develop this week, but there were also several glimpses of what is to come in the future of the show. Here’s my take on this week’s episode 6.
Lilith has been off causing all sorts of mayhem and hasn’t been able to write a review on all things TWD for a couple weeks, which means today you get two reviews for the price of one! I mean, I can’t just ignore what happened to Morgan in the past week’s episode even if some of you want me to. Today I want to reflect on the last two weeks’ episodes of the best zombie show on TV.