Review: Awake

Rarely do I encounter TV shows that simply floor me. I have seen some amazing and not-so-amazing television, but I don’t recall the last time when I was riveted with a television show to the point where I was speechless at the end. Awake, however, is one of those shows.

Review: Morning Glories, Vol. 1

Morning Glories, Vol. 1 by Nick Spencer (writer), Joe Eisma (artist), compiling issues 1-6 Morning Glories Academy. Nothing is right here. Although this review is way too late, there is one thing that won’t change: the first issue of Morning Glories opens up in a way that you’ll likely never

Fringe Recap: The End of All Things

In case you forgot what happened last time, Olivia is missing, y’all! Peter and Lincoln go hunting for clues and find the surveillance camera in Olivia’s apartment; Peter takes it back to the lab for a look-see and they find the face of  Massive Dynamic employee embedded deep in the

Review: Justice League: Doom

When it comes to the DC Universe Animated Original Movies, it’s hard to know what to expect.  Ranging from amazing (Wonder Woman) to horrendous (Superman: Doomsday), the ongoing series of direct-to-video movies tends to be hit-or-miss.  Thankfully, Justice League: Doom, the 13th and most recent film in the series, ranks near the

Review: Mass Effect 3 Demo

You’ll have to pardon the tardiness of OTF’s review of the Mass Effect 3 demo.  We’ve been hard-pressed to pull ourselves away from it. Since it dropped on February 14th (much to the joy of single gamers everywhere), the demo has given ME fans the opportunity to glimpse the Reaper invasion,

Assassin’s Creed III Set for Release on October 30

The most recent Assassin’s Creed game, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, made its way to gamer’s hands on November 15 of last year.  Not even waiting a year for the next installment in the stabby, pseudo time-traveling franchise, Ubisoft announced today in an investor conference call that Assassin’s Creed III will be

Who’s Watching the Watchmen (Prequels)?

Earlier this month, DC Comics (with new, somewhat maligned logo in tow) announced their major summer project for 2012: Before Watchmen, an all-new mini-series prequel event, expanding the history of the Watchmen universe. But are the fans ready for it? The dispute between author Alan Moore and DC Comics is