TV News Around the Web-o-sphere

October 11, 2015

Welcome, my pretties, to October, the amazing month of goodies and most especially, old reruns and new reboots and ideas for scary movies to celebrate Halloween. Luckily for those who are afraid or just plain aren’t friends of horror/gore, I have updates to help  you out as well.

Bookworm from the get-go, my hobbies took that small leap and spread into puzzles, video games, comic books, horror, and anime/manga as I got older. I love new projects, such as my current ‘Drink Me’ Alice in Wonderland bottles, and they always pertain or a tribute to something ‘nerdy’.
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TV News Around the Web-o-sphere

September 11, 2015

September, the beginning of fall, as well as the beginning and end of some of our favorite and a few newly-found shows and movies. Here’s your update so you don’t have to worry about what you’re missing.

Bookworm from the get-go, my hobbies took that small leap and spread into puzzles, video games, comic books, horror, and anime/manga as I got older. I love new projects, such as my current ‘Drink Me’ Alice in Wonderland bottles, and they always pertain or a tribute to something ‘nerdy’.
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TV News around the Web-o-Sphere

August 11, 2015

Middle of the summer, so much to do and so much to see, but while you enjoy yourself with all the new releases, keep in mind these little nuggets of goodness to get excited about in the not so far future.

Bookworm from the get-go, my hobbies took that small leap and spread into puzzles, video games, comic books, horror, and anime/manga as I got older. I love new projects, such as my current ‘Drink Me’ Alice in Wonderland bottles, and they always pertain or a tribute to something ‘nerdy’.
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TV News around the Web-o-sphere

June 8, 2015

Another month, another series of updates that never end! With summer coming, new releases are in abundance for your soon-to-be viewing pleasure.

Bookworm from the get-go, my hobbies took that small leap and spread into puzzles, video games, comic books, horror, and anime/manga as I got older. I love new projects, such as my current ‘Drink Me’ Alice in Wonderland bottles, and they always pertain or a tribute to something ‘nerdy’.
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Wondercon Fun Yet Frustrating

April 10, 2013

by J.C. Sales

WonderCon is an annual com ic book, science fiction, and movie and television production convention. It’s produced by the same group that does San Diego Comic-con and is typically held in San Francisco’s Moscone Center. For the last two years it’s been relocated to the Anaheim Convention Center while the Moscone has undergone renovations. While it’s been confirmed that WonderCon will eventually return to the Bay Area, it is unknown at this time when.

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WARHAWKS: Late Sci-Fi Writer’s Screenplay Turned Comic Book

April 8, 2013
By: Laura “Cryshayn” Latterman

Jason Coffee’s dying wish was to see his writings brought to life and now, thanks to the efforts of his friends, family, and peers, a fan-funded Kickstarter campaign is trying valiantly to make it happen.

Jack Stewart is the enigmatic owner of the publishing company that runs this website, and the founder of The D20 Girls. Rarely seen in public it is believed that he lives somewhere far away in a hidden bunker away from society prepping for the zombie apocalypse. A gentle and kind soul (unless your undead), Jack is an avid online gamer and Dr. Who enthusiast who spends most of his time wandering the wastelands of the Fallout universe. Some say that Jack doesn’t really even exist and is just a legend that those that work for the organization made up to scare children. But he’s out there, somewhere, waiting for the world to end and working on a way to create an army of weaponized catgirls.
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