Ghostbusters, Webslingers and Ninja Turtles: Erik Burnham

Interviews, Showcase

July 16, 2013

Erik Burnham - Bio

If you look at Writer-Artist Erik Burnham’s comicography over the past five years, to many it would seem more like a wishlist than a resume: Gene Simmons, The A-Team, The Simpsons, Mars Attacks, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ghostbusters and most recently the Spider-Man spin-off title, Scarlet Spider.

We managed to get some time in with the Minnesota-native before he rushed off to this year’s San Diego Comic Con and asked him a few questions about how he got started and his journey to where he is now. (more…)

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LANcouver 2013


LANcouver 2013, BYOC and Game On

Games, Showcase

July 13, 2013

LANcouver 2013 is rocking this weekend.

Lancouver sold out event is showing the Vancouver gaming community just how much they have to give. For the last 9 years running, the sponsors get better, the turn out gets larger and most of all, the gamers are much, much harder to beat.

For you newcomers to gaming, yes we know who you are. LAN parties have been going on for over adecade and now they are opening doors for gaming as a profession. This years’ event will have everything a gamer could need. Energy drinks, seminars and sponsor product demos, as well as panel discussions and special events. E-sporting at its finest. (more…)

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Here’s Johnny! The Happy Console Gamer

Interviews, Showcase

July 2, 2013

If you would kindly indulge me, here is the story of how I met Johnny Millennium:

Around about three years ago, my brother, Brian Milne, was cast in an independent feature film. It was his first feature and I of course was very proud of him. The film was called Happy Console Gamer: The Movie. It was based on a video game review show of the same name. (more…)

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The Art of Riffing with The Gentlemen Hecklers

Interviews, Showcase

June 14, 2013

Any long time movie fan can tell you a story of how they’ve endured many of the less-than-stellar genre films that have graced late-night cable stations and the dusty hallows of the VHS-littered shelves of video rental stores. Often times, we survive by mocking the varying degrees of insanity gracing the screen, a concept that was brought to mainstream television audiences in the late eighties by Joel Hodgson and the cast and crew of Mystery Science Theatre 3000. Over ten seasons, they garnered a legendary cult status that persists to this day. (more…)

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