Another day closer to 2015 so another list looking back at 2014!This list is dedicated to the fictional characters that have made us cry, laugh, fall in and out of love, and influenced the world throughout this year. From the Doctor to the Queen of Arendelle there is a wide range of characters that have left a stamp on the world, find out who made our list below…
Is the world ready for more Christian Grey? Doesn’t matter cause we are getting it anyway!By now we all know that the series, Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James, is Twilight fanfiction. Well James took things to the next level, a level that not even Twilight author, Stephenie Meyer, went to.
One of my favorite writers, Neil Gaiman, has done everything from comics to television, and now he is adding another medium to his list, video games. Gaiman teamed up with The Odd Gentleman to create the spooktacular game, Wayward Manor.
You might remember all last year, everyone on the planet seemed to be counting down to one very specific date. For reasons most people didn’t understand, December 21, 2012 was a very important day. It was the day the world would end, as it had so perfectly been foretold millennia ago by the Maya, an extinct, but brilliant race of people from somewhere in South America? It was all very fuzzy, but the fact remained, their calendar ended on that day, and that meant, unequivocally, that it was the last day the sun would rise on this fair planet.
Yep, you read that headline right and it is perfectly normal to COMPLETELY freak out!BOOM! Studios and 20th Century Fox have made a deal for a live-action film adaptation of the highly successful comic-book series Lumberjanes!
It’s not like I had anything to do with it, but it’s still pretty thrilling to have physically been in witness of a Guinness World winning event! Back in April, Drexel University associate professor Frank Lee created a version of Tetris that would be playable on the side of the Cira Centre, a 29-story building.
There are plenty of movies out there about dating, about getting married, and about breaking up. What there aren’t, are a lot of movies about what comes next. How do you have a relationship, especially a sexual one, once the magic wears off, and you have to deal with screaming children? How do you keep the spark alive after your kids have grown, and moved out? And how do you date as a single parent? These are the kinds of questions asked and answered in Jeremy LaLonde’s new comedy, Sex After Kids (fitting title, no?).
Maisie Williams, the 17-year old actress best known for her role of Arya Stark on Game of Thrones, made a couple comments this week regarding feminism during a press run for her new drama Cyber Bully. Of course Williams interview with The Guardian and specially her “first-world feminism” comment spread across the internet like wild fire. In case you have not seen the quote here it is:
Get ready to hate everything!Dynamite Entertainment announced this week that they have penned a partnership with Grumpy Cat Limited to release print and digital comics as well as graphic novels. Fans of the internet icon, Grumpy Cat, can follow him and his brother, Pokey, on their misadventures this Fall. Dynamite will release a three issue mini-series followed by a graphic novel just in time for the holiday season.