One of the most anticipated games of the year has crashed into the market and broken lots of hearts.
The trilogy of Dead Space graphic novels is complete alongside the trilogy of games.
Will you love the new Tank Girl? Well, it depends on which Tank Girl you already love.
The trilogy is complete. It’s time to look behind the curtain.
Blood & Chrome is the story of Bill Adama’s first missions aboard Galactica.
This week saw the premiere of the new conspiracy drama on ABC.
Titan Books has reprinted the classic steampunk novel.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns is based on the Frank Miller graphic novel by the same name (actually four books, starting with The Dark Knight Returns), which is set in the same version of Gotham as Frank Miller's Batman: Year One.
If you want all of SimCity, it’ll cost an extra $20.
The short sequential art tale, based on the video games, is now available in hardback.
Alphas won’t be back for a third season.
While Frankenweenie didn’t make my list of the top 5 movies of 2012, it was still an excellent film, and certainly one of the best stop-motion projects ever done.
Does Nvidia know something we don’t know about the handheld console market?
Now that the acquisition deal between Disney and LucasFilm is official, one can't help but wonder what other side-effects the deal will have on the rather expansive Star Wars universe.
The undisputed King of the MMORPG realm is clearly Blizzard's wildly popular World of Warcraft (WoW).
I've been a gamer since I was a kid back in the 80s. Growing up, if you wanted to play games, the arcade was the place to be. As a child of the 80s, I can distinctly remember my first Atari and Nintendo consoles.
One of the things I like about a really good science fiction novel is that it never seems to go out of style and doesn't feel outdated, even if times have obviously changed since the story was first written.
The never-ending debate about the alleged link between violence and video games has hit the news yet again.
Opinion - The Supreme Court ruling that overturned a controversial California law was, in a word, inevitable.
The landmark trial opened yesterday between California and the Entertainment Merchants Association over a reckless state law that would put new restrictions on retailers selling violent video games. The Supreme Court showed just how blatantly silly the law was by pointing out a whole bunch of loopholes and rhetorical questions.