Laura Klotz

Author's details

Name: Laura Klotz
Date registered: September 1, 2011


35 years old, happily married with two cats. Author, blogger, photographer. Licensed to drive people crazy.

Latest posts

  1. The day is saved! — September 23, 2011
  2. More “Skyward Sword” details released — September 13, 2011
  3. May the spork be with you — September 9, 2011
  4. It’s Hero Time! — September 8, 2011
  5. Star Trek Online shifting to free-to-play model — September 5, 2011

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The day is saved!

Recently, AngryWeb reported on the unfortunate case of Mike Meyer, a special needs Superman fan in Illinois who lost a large portion of his beloved merchandise and comics collection to a con man. Our readers were invited to be part of the worldwide effort to send gifts of new comics, cards and drawings to the …

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More “Skyward Sword” details released

As reported in the latest issue of Game Informer, one of their staff members got to play an advance chunk of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, the latest chapter in the epic series which has made video game history for the past 25 years. Reader beware – here be spoilers! If you haven’t heard …

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May the spork be with you

Jeremy C. Shipp is a distinguished horror author, whose books include “Cursed”, “Vacation” and “Sheep and Wolves”. He has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award. He is a friend of yard gnomes and an enemy of attic clowns. He’s rather a quirky fellow. He also shops at ThinkGeek, widely known as being the …

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It’s Hero Time!

Imagine, for a moment, that Superman was real. Imagine that you’re a citizen of Anytown, U.S.A., and you’ve suffered a personal injustice at the hands of a modern-day supervillain. Imagine that Superman, buff and friendly in his red and blue ensemble, comes flying in to help you with your problem. Now imagine that instead of …

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Star Trek Online shifting to free-to-play model

Hey, Trekkies, did you want to boldly go where no man has gone before, but got put off by the fees for playing Star Trek Online? Fresh intelligence from Starfleet has informed us that by the end of 2011, STO will be switched to the free-to-play model. Cryptic Studios, the developer of STO, was purchased …

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