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Salt Lake Gaming Con 2015
Just a taste of the shenanigans at Salt Lake Gaming Con 2015
FanX 2016 Con vieo
Our breakdown video of Salt Lake City, FanX 2016
Interview with Christopher Gorham SLCC 2015
We got a couple minutes to talk to Christopher Gorham at SLCC 2015
The Shadow Sabre - Final
Jedi vs. Bounty Hunters vs. a Rogue force wielder OH MY!
Articles from around the Geekdom
Table Notes 23: Rat Queens One Shot
Table Notes 20: Born to Lose
What to Expect In "The Taken King"
6 Takeaways from "The Taken King"
"The Taken King:" DO's and DON'T's
3 Tips: How to Get More Out of MMORPG's
Fragment Hunt: Using the Agonarch Rune
Easy listening, exciting topic.
ToN -The Gentlemen Jack Pt. 2
With the Infiniteers separated, and a familiar enemy literally at the front gate, will they be able to reunite in time to save the day - or was this plan actually just as terrible as it first seemed?
TP Podcast 7/6/16 (New Summer Favs and Giveaway)
Today on Talking Pictures we're going over some of our favorite summer films and a giveaway for our viewers!
Bombad Radio: New Beginnings with Yuri Lowenthal and Tara Platt
New Host Kaela joins Jeremiah on Bombad Radio episode 271 as she is introduced and then legendary voice actors Yuri Lowenthal and Tara Platt, known for hundreds of shows, films, and video games (including but not limited to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Ben 10, Naruto, Bleach, and more) appear and talk about their careers, their book on voice acting and more! Then we discuss a little about what is going on, get to know Kaela more, prepare for Celebration coming in April! Its a great episode and a brand new start for Bombad Radio!
Stolendroids 21: Arlen Schumer
The Silver Age of comics (circa 1956-1970) was a glorious time. It was a time where some of the greatest and most influential comic book artists were doing their greatest and most influential work. With legends like Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko teaming up with Stan Lee to create iconic characters, including Spider-Man and The Fantastic Four at Marvel, and Neal Adams completely revolutionizing the way we see our super heroes over at DC, there was no shortage of amazing artwork in comic books. Comic book historian, author, and lecturer, Arlen Schumer, has taken it upon himself to teach others about just how influential and important the Silver Age actually was to comic book storytelling. To help accomplish this, he wrote the award-winning book, The Silver Age of Comic Book Art, and has given numerous lectures all across the country on the subject. He was also kind enough to give us some time to chat. If you are a fan of of comic books, history, or just want to hear a really good conversation, then this episode is not to be missed! You can follow Arlen at his website. He is also on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, and YouTube. And while you’re at it, go buy his book. You’ll be glad you did.