Articles tagged with: Media
Phoenix Comicon has become one of the largest conventions in the U.S.
GeekDad, the popular blog hosted on Wired.com since 2006, has parted ways with the magazine.
The basic layout of the site hasn’t changed much, but it’s now responsive to screen size.
Some corporate logos make you stop and say “Huh?”
Brick Cave Media, the producers of the local indie monster movie Sacrifice, have joined forces with independent publisher T.R.I.B.E. Studio Comics to write, publish and distribute a series of comics based on Brick Cave’s Stories of Haven anthology.
You can help fund a somewhat serious documentary film about MAD Magazine and the crazy creators who have crafted its hilarious content for the past six decades.
A new app will unlock content from “Star Trek: Into Darkness” by scanning print and televised content about the film — starting with a TV spot for the film during the big game’s second quarter.
Via Nintendo Force on Facebook
A team of journalists who cover Nintendo games are hoping to keep the spirit of the now-defunct Nintendo Power magazine alive.
Nintendo Force was announced this week. We don’t know too much about it, other than …
The first issue of the recently announced Gygax Magazine is just a few weeks away, and people who signed up to be notified of updates at the gaming publication’s official website have received a star-studded …
TV Guide magazine (yes, it’s still a thing) held a Fan Favorites competition online to determine the show that will be on the cover of this week’s issue. The winner was Doctor Who! This makes the first …
Strange as it sounds — TSR is back. The trademark name of the company that launched Dungeons & Dragons nearly 40 years ago has been picked up by Hexagonist Publishing LLC, which will launch Gygax …
Welcome to a new semi-regular column on Nerdvana: Once A Nerd, a series that explores how the stuff we liked as kids affects the stuff liked by kids today.
It looks like Nintendo Power is joining the ranks of gaming magazines to cease print publication.