The iPad Mini with Retina Display: the reviews are in

In a nutshell and because you hate to read anything with lots of them word thingies: It's expensive. If you can afford the iPad Air, go for it, but if you can't then Nexus 7 or Kindle Fire HDX offer better deals. Is that why Apple gave this product a quiet launch?

Razer gaming tablet garners mixed reviews

The review embargo has lifted on Razer's long-awaited ($1,000-$1,500) gaming tablet, and the reception has been somewhat less-than-stellar.

Bioshock Infinite goes FTW

Bioshock Infinite - which goes on sale tonight worldwide - is on track to be one of the highest rated games of all times.

The language of Dead Space: Liberation

The trilogy of Dead Space graphic novels is complete alongside the trilogy of games.

Review: The trips of Everybody Loves Tank Girl

Will you love the new Tank Girl? Well, it depends on which Tank Girl you already love.

Review: The tools of The Art of Dead Space

The trilogy is complete. It’s time to look behind the curtain.

Review: The ice of the Battlestar Galactica - Blood & Chrome Blu-ray

Blood & Chrome is the story of Bill Adama’s first missions aboard Galactica.

Review: The apostles of Zero Hour

This week saw the premiere of the new conspiracy drama on ABC.

The birds of The Assassin’s Creed graphic novel

The short sequential art tale, based on the video games, is now available in hardback.

Review: The confusion of the Witch Hunters

The opening of Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters moves fast, but does a good job of placing the characters.

Frankenweenie Blu-ray heads for Planet X

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.

Firefly: A Celebration reads every line

The most comprehensive Firefly companion book is available now.

Top video games of 2012

Video gaming is not just about AAA budgeting.

The top genre films of 2012

2012 had only a few truly disappointing films, so ranking them all becomes a tough call in some cases.

Review: The flakes of Doctor Who: The Snowmen

The Doctor Who holiday special was was so strongly hyped, I must admit I was a bit skeptical.

Review: The feathers of The Art of Assassin's Creed

The visual companion to the game is an impressive display of dissonant design.

Awakening: The Art of Halo 4

This recently published art book illustrates the hi-tech visuals of the long-awaited Halo 4.

Review: The legs of Flash Gordon - On the Planet Mongo

The first volume of the new Flash Gordon collection is a colorful treat for fans of the form.

Review: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey grabs the ring

If you were expecting The Hobbit to be anything close to a pure interpretation of the novel, you will be disappointed, as even the scenes which are not derived from the appendices are rich with prequels.

Review: The vibrance of Alien - The Illustrated Story

A new remastered printing of the original graphic novel is out - and it definitely stands up to the test of time.