Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Posted by Dennis Russo
Back in the late 80’s, there was a scifi series that made its way to the small screen called Monsters. It was a series of 72 half-hour long episodes that featured a different monster in each one. It ran for three seasons. I loved this series from the beginning. It opens up in a campy sort... + continue reading
The Art of Thief
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Posted by Lucas Roman
Video game art books take fans inside the minds of the creative writers and artists that build beautiful, unique, and beloved characters and universes. They are made with the sole purpose of providing commentary and conceptual artwork to let the fans fully realize the work and progress that was... + continue reading
Warehouse 13, "A Faire to Remember"
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Posted by R.J. Carter
The team splits up yet again, this time pairing Pete (Eddie McClintock) with Steve (Aaron Ashmore) to investigate a ping from a Renaissance Faire involving magical characters causing havoc. The focal point seems to be a less-than-lucky assistant who gets stuck with menial tasks supporting the faire... + continue reading
Adventure Time: The Suitor
Monday, April 21, 2014
Posted by R.J. Carter
Cartoon Network's bizarre sweet treat gets released (in its sixth volume) to DVD, and readers of The-Trades have the opportunity to win their own copy. Featuring sixteen episodes and a special feature, "The Suitor" kicks off a path through the "Sky Witch," "King Worm... + continue reading
Friday, April 18, 2014
Posted by Dennis Russo
“Grudge Match” stars Sylvester Stallone as Henry “Razor” Sharp and Robert De Niro as Billy “The Kid” McDonnen, two way past their prime former light heavyweight champions who fought each other twice in their heydays, with each one winning one fight. But before a... + continue reading
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Back in the late 80’s, there was a scifi series that made its way to the small screen called Monsters. It was a series of 72 half-hour long episodes that featured a different monster in each one. It ran for three seasons. I loved this series from the beginning. It opens up in a campy sort of way, with a mother, father and daughter monster... + continue reading
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Video game art books take fans inside the minds of the creative writers and artists that build beautiful, unique, and beloved characters and universes. They are made with the sole purpose of providing commentary and conceptual artwork to let the fans fully realize the work and progress that was made in the process of building the game. The Art of... + continue reading

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Andrea Logan White's resume ranges from heavy drama ("Sarah's Choice") to light comedy ("Veggietales: Princess and the Popstar") to apocalyptic action ("Revelation... + continue reading