Monthly Archive: November 2011

Angry Girl Of The Week: Tallest Silver

This week I am happy to present another cosplayer that I met at the Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles a few weeks back. After reviewing some of the photos that I took, I contacted her in hopes that she would be featured as an Angry Girl and, without hesitation, she agreed. It’s not often we …

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AW Movie Review: The Muppets

The Muppets have been pretty obsolete for many years now so it was tough getting motivated to make the trip to the theater to check this one out. I have always been a fan of Disney and knowing that Jason Segel had written it and Brett McKenzie (Flight of the Conchords) had done the music, I …

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AW Game Review: Superman

While browsing the app store on my iPhone 4S, I saw the glory of the Superman emblem and without hesitation, dropped the 99 cents it took to download…whatever it was I was downloading. After the Warner Bros. and DC logo had come and gone, I found myself playing a simple side scroller that was actually pretty …

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Angry Girl Of The Week: Jenna

As we’ve said before, you don’t have to wear a costume to be considered an Angry Girl. In fact, you just have to be on the geeky side of the social spectrum. I can’t think of anything geekier than spending your free time reading up on astronomy and physics and that’s exactly what this week’s …

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Will “Arrested Development” stop Netflix from sinking?

For those of you who loved the FOX series “Arrested Development”, it wasn’t long ago when we found out that the series would be returning for a 4th season. It was also being decided which network would be airing the series once it returned. Well the news is out that the Bluth family has found …

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Trioviz glasses bring 3D to your 2D TV

Have you noticed that many of the hottest titles this holiday season, including “Batman: Arkham City” and “Assassins Creed: Revelations”, are 3D compatible…assuming you’ve spent the money to buy a 3D TV? Well if you’re like me and don’t see the value in buying a technology that has died in the 50s, and again in the 80s, …

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