Archive for the ‘General’ Category

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Locke & Key, IDW Publishing

Locke & Key is a wonderful story by Joe Hill (writer) and Gabriel Rodriguez (artist) that tantalized the hearts, minds, and imaginations of countless comic readers. But is the series staying as a comic? Locke & Key has gone through a number of big announcements, and in our latest article, we explain its [long and changing] journey:

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Super Mega Fest Comes to Marlborough Next Weekend!

Posted: October 15, 2017 by Ian Gaudreau in General

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The autumn season can be a slow time for the New England convention scene. Thankfully, Marlborough’s annual Super Mega Fest is right around the corner! (more…)

I have a confession: I have played a lot of The Behemoth‘s new game, Pit People. We had the pleasure of sitting down with the development team and trying Pit People at PAX East 2017, which was one of the first major unveilings for the game since release. After playing it for several weeks, I am in love:

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Pokemon Event: Mew!

Posted: February 4, 2016 by Ian Gaudreau in Gamenomics - Video Games, General, Nintendo
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If you are like me, you have likely been dying to get your hands on a new Mew. Fortunately, as part of the 20 Years of Pokémon Celebration, February is dedicated to a truly fan favorite, Mew.

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How to Be Happy

Posted: November 19, 2014 by Kristilyn Waite in Art, General
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Happiness is a multi-billion dollar industry. People need help. And in this day and age, they need help navigating a veritable maelstrom of self-help options. Mindfulness workshops. Gratitude challenges. These wellness communities have sprung up all over, well intentioned, but not necessarily effective. Inner-strength and calm is a personal quest, made more elusive and difficult than ever before with the frenetic conditions we call modernity. It’s no laughing matter. But reading Eleanor Davis’s How to Be Happy might help you to do just that. Laugh.

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BOOM! imprint Archaia is doing this cool little series inspired by the Jim Henson Storyteller television series that aired in the late eighties and early nineties. S.M Vidaurri’s The Magic Swan Goose and the Lord of the Forest is the first of four tales in The Storyteller: Witches run. If this is any indication of what’s to come, we’ve got a lot of looking forward to do.

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Despite benevolent intentions, organized religion has facilitated, provoked, and justified acts heinous and horrific enough to make anyone paying attention a bit Godsick. That said, Joanne Sfar’s The Rabbi’s Cat is a breath of fresh air. Set in 1930’s Algeria, a time and place in which Arabs and Jews were able to coexist, and narrated by Majrum, the cat, this story offers a fresh outsider’s perspective on religion with a healthy dose of humor.

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