E3 2015 Hands On: The Games of Indiecade, From Butt Sniffing to Texting.


In a way Indiecade is the gaming industry’s version of Image Comics. They help bring the most unique experiences in video games to the fans who are tired of the same old thing, and we got to check out a few.


E3 2015 Hands On: MIRROR’S EDGE CATALYST, Parkour Got an Upgrade


Get ready to shatter the City of Glass in Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst.


E3 2015 Hands On: LEGO MARVEL’S AVENGERS, How Will New York Rebuild? Legos!


WB Games brings you more Marvel Cinematic Universe fun by adding Legos.


E3 2015 Hands On: ROCK BAND 4, The Game That Invented Social is Back


It wasn’t that long ago. Kid’s parties, high school sleepovers, adults getting drunk because it was Saturday; all these were once strung through by rocking with your friends in games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero. And why not. The fun of pretending to rock out with your friends to your favorite head banging tunes. […]


E3 2015 Hands On: DISNEY INFINITY 3.0, Star Wars Cutest Battlefield Yet!


Disney Infinity brings every Star Wars ever, except that Christmas special… and hopefully Jar Jar


E3 2015: SKYLANDERS SUPERCHARGERS, The Original Name in “Toys to Life” Revs its Engine

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Since pioneering the “toys to life” genre in gaming, the Skylanders franchise has generated over $3 Billion and sold over 250 million action figures. It’s become a yearly franchise for the game’s publisher, Activision, and this year at E3 the franchised announced the next step in the game. This year it’s about giving fans of two […]


E3 2015 Hands On: MAD MAX, Welcome Back to the Thunderdome


Avalanche Studios lets you become Mad Max in their upcoming game.


E3 2015: Thoughts About Day One on the Show Floor

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A few thoughts about day one on the E3 show floor.


WTGB: Walking Dead VR, Mirror’s Edge Comics, Ryu in Smash Bros!


RYU vs Bowser, and the Walking Dead come to virtual reality. All that, plus Dark Horse announce a new adaptation from the world of gaming.


SDCC and San Diego Public Library announce the Art of Comic-Con exhibit


While the San Diego Convention Center expansion looks to be dead in the water, Comic-Con International isn’t stopping on its moves to expand the footprint of the convention by expanding to other venues. Last year a couple of SDCC events were held at the San Diego Public Library, and this year the library will host […]


D23 Expo 2015 Announces Arena Presentations


D23 Expo starts to reveal what fans will see in Anaheim this August.


What’s Happening NYC: Forbidden Planet Rocks!


WOW!  Forbidden Planet in New York City, one of the oldest and best comics retailers in the country, has an amazing amount of events planned this week! First off, on New Comics Wednesday: Dan Slott and Chris Miskiewicz will be signing from 6 PM until…? Then, on Thursday, the 30th, things get really interesting! Words […]


Hugo Pratt: Artist as Adventurer now at the Society of Illustrators


I’ve been raving about all the great comics art that was up at the Society of Illustrators during April for the MoCCA fest, but they’re not stopping with Alt.Comix, Little Nemo and Craig Yoe. The new exhibit is a show of Hugo Pratt art. The creator of Corto Maltese is one of the all time great comics illustrators and this sounds like a must see. The show runs until June 13th, so get on down!


Mini Con War: MoCCA Festival vs East Coast Comicon


Actually not a con war, but a curiosity of scheduling with both the MoCCA Festival and Crucial Entertainment East Coast Comicon in the Meadowlands both scheduled for this weekend. When I originally heard about the scheduling I was told that it had all been worked out and there was no beef, but it’s still unfortunate […]


Tonight to do: European (Comics) Invasion with Darryl Cunningham, Penelope Bagieu, Sergio Garcia Sanchez & Nadja Spiegelman at Word in BK


Last event, but the one that I am moderating! BK: European (Comics) Invasion with Darryl Cunningham, Penelope Bagieu, Sergio Garcia Sanchez & Nadja Spiegelman | WORD: This event takes place at our Brooklyn location. The artists are coming! WORD is proud to present a panel discussion with UK and European artists Darryl Cunningham (The Age of […]


To do tonight: Annie Goetzinger at Kinukuniya and on tour


When I was a younger sprout in comics I often wondered if there had been any more women cartoonists than Marie Severin and Ramonda Fradon? What about in France where they loved cartoonistss? The ver very great Claire Bretecher was often mentioned but was that it?

Well, it turns out that all along there were other great French woman cartoonists, including Annie Goetzinger, whose amazing Girl in Dior is out now. Tonight she signs at the Kinokuniya Bookstore before apeparing MoCCA all weekend and going on tour on the below dates: