Jason is the founder and managing editor of Fandomania. He is severely into toy collecting, plays a worryingly large amount of games, watches way too many movies and TV shows, and reads more than his fair share of books and comics. He also likes guacamole.
When Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles returns for its second season, it will have gained a new high profile cast member. Garbage lead singer Shirley Manson has signed on to play Catherine Weaver, “the CEO of a cutting-edge high-tech Read More
The June 4 game release on the XBox Live Arcade will be Roogoo, a 3D puzzler produced by SpiderMonk Entertainment. Featuring characters and graphics that look like the love child of Mighty Muggs and Katamari Damacy, here’s the official blurb from Read More
Next Wednesday, June 4, is my thirtieth birthday, and it’s also a big release day for comics. Here’s a look ahead and a few of the issues you can expect to see hitting stands: Secret Invasion #3 (Marvel) Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS Read More
Some attendees of Michigan’s Motor City Comic Con earlier this month more than made up for the price of admission. According to Graham Crackers Comics owner Jamie Graham, felonious fanboys made off with a stack of rare CCG graded comic books from Read More
Wannabe dungeon raiders, listen up! Steve Jackson Games has announced that their popular Munchkin card game is making the leap into the board gaming realm. The board game incarnation, Munchkin Quest, was originally intended for release at this Read More
In a recent episode of Lost, the ageless Richard Alpert presented a young John Locke with a copy of Mystery Tales #40, a real comic book from the 1950’s, the era of Locke’s flashback episode. As with most things on Lost, what might have been Read More
Ain’t It Cool News had a Memorial Day scoop this week with the first look at the Minutemen from the upcoming Watchmen film. The Minutemen are the 1940’s precursor to the current heroes featured in the film. The photo gets me excited about Read More
In the Watchmen comics series by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons, there’s a character who spends the entire story sitting outside a newsstand reading a comic book. The comic is a dark pirate tale about a shipwreck, and it serves as a side story to the Read More
With all the hoopla about violence and adult content in video games, and with new Jack Thompsons popping up every week to decry the fall of society at the hands of the Rockstar Games of the world, one would think stores are handing out “murder Read More
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