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Blogcritics Covers Comic-Con with Nightly Live Podcast on BlogTalk Radio

SDCC -- San Diego Comic-Con

Tune in each night as the Blogcritics Comic-Con team checks in with Comic-Con Daily Dose on the BlogCritics Radio Network hosted by BlogTalk Radio Read More »

Walker Stalker Con Brings ‘The Walking Dead’ Cast to Chicago in February

The Walking Dead

Midwest fans of The Walking Dead are in store for a great opportunity to meet the cast and schmooze with other fans this February at Walker Stalker Con. Read More »

Party Game Review: ‘Geek Out! Pop Culture Party’

gopcp

It's not "what you know," it's "how much you know." Read More »

Only the Good Die Young: 7 Stars Who Died at 27

Image via Flickr by Roland Tanglao

It's a sad fact that many great artists died too soon through untimely tragedies or the consequences of bad habits. Was there any way these stars could have turned things around? Read More »

The Zombie Apocalypse: Tales for our Troubled Times

Night-of-the-Living-Dead-alternate

The world might be going to hell, but at least no one’s ambling (or shambling or running) to devour your brains. Not yet. Read More »

From Gilgamesh to the Moon and Beyond: The Enduring Geekdom of Science Fiction

cosmos

Science fiction is metaphor for a troubled world and a medium to give expression to the apprehensions we all feel as we advance into the unknown. Read More »

Heading off to San Diego for Comic-Con 2013

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My bags are packed and I'm ready to go...to Comic-Con 2013. Read More »

Touré Discusses New Book on Prince

The author and MSNBC host discusses his new book, in which he examines Prince's cultural impact and influence. Read More »

Dollars and Bonds: James Bond Through The Decades

Learn the history of the coveted James Bond characters through 50 years, plus other fun facts... Read More »

Book Review: I Am a Magical Teenage Princess by Luke Geddes

Plundered from a panoply of American-pop-culture and treasured guilty pleasures, Geddes' stories conjure up many ripped-from-your-recollections topics. Read More »