Archaia brings back a classic in Cyborg 009

I remember years ago, purchasing a few episodes of the original Cyborg:009, from a street vendor in New York. I got home and began watching it. I don’t remember if I particularly loved it, I think because the episodes were mixed up, chronologically, and it was hard to follow. But I do remember feeling thatContinue reading “Archaia brings back a classic in Cyborg 009”

School House Rock turns 40!

What started in the seventies became a cult favorite among kids by the eighties. School House Rock was a Saturday morning staple on ABC…well that and your cereal of choice. Nothing personified my youth like this show, which incidentally, only ran for about three minutes between your regularly scheduled programming, but in that three minutesContinue reading “School House Rock turns 40!”

Name That Soundtrack: Science Fiction up’s the ante

It was about a month ago we challenged you, our readers, to guess the name, composer and titles of ten science fiction film/tv soundtracks. The response was less than desirable and most of us at MITNG had begun questioning our approach. We began blaming ourselves and saying maybe if we had toasted the bread betterContinue reading “Name That Soundtrack: Science Fiction up’s the ante”

M.I.T.N.G reviews SUMO by Thien Pham

I’m going to do something I don’t usually do and start my review at the end. Customarily I like to end with my opinions on the look and feel of a graphic, but not today…today SUMO, the first solo project by Thien Pham (Level Up), has got me feeling a little frisky. Scott  is a washed-upContinue reading “M.I.T.N.G reviews SUMO by Thien Pham”

TUNE book 1: Vanishing Point by Derek Kirk Kim delivers science fiction, fun and honesty unlike anything I’ve ever read

First Second Publishing has gone and done it again. This time they’ve teamed up with graphic novelist and artist Derek Kirk Kim (Fables, 1001 Nights Of Snowfall) for this funny, yet sometimes dark, inter-deminsional coming of age story. TUNE is a sci-fi slice-of-life romantic comedy adventure of interdimensional proportions. When art school drop-out Andy GoContinue reading “TUNE book 1: Vanishing Point by Derek Kirk Kim delivers science fiction, fun and honesty unlike anything I’ve ever read”

First photos from the set of Thor 2:The Dark World arrives

  So the war for Asgard continues, last week pictures from the set of Thor 2: The Dark World, littered the fanboy sites. What we saw was a township of some sort, but little else was known as to what was going to be filmed there. Well boys and girls thanks to Geek Tyrant weContinue reading “First photos from the set of Thor 2:The Dark World arrives”

Tech Watch creator Radi Lewis Kickstarts for a Tech Watch animated series

A couple of months ago we did a review on Tech Watch, a Surprise, AZ based comic book written by Radi Lewis and illustrated by Ernesto Vicente and Mike Borromeo. The book is an action packed tech heavy story of espionage and robots. Well I’m happy to announce that they’ve created a kickstarter to turnContinue reading “Tech Watch creator Radi Lewis Kickstarts for a Tech Watch animated series”

Very cool videos from very cool artist

In our effort to find and pin point what you little demons like we’ve gone and compiled this list of very cool videos from very cool artist. What really happened was Vimeo was having a sale on bad ass videos and I bought a bunch of them and almost didn’t want to let you guysContinue reading “Very cool videos from very cool artist”

Rust or The Rocketeer…let the jet pack race to Hollywood begin!

So according to Firstshowing.net Disney plans to reboot The Rocketeer…well I think they need to know that Archaia Entertainment has new a kid on the block and his name is “Jet” and he too is adorned with a diesel-powered flight giver. Is Hollywood big enough for two World War II heroes? I don’t know…. butContinue reading “Rust or The Rocketeer…let the jet pack race to Hollywood begin!”

Dark Horse’s “Once Upon A Time Machine” future shocks classic fairy tales

  There are probably a few purist out there who would frown on this futuristic retelling of classic fairy tales, but I’m not one of them. There’s one thing to mar works of art it’s another to finesse them and give new life to these dusty morality tales and that’s precisely what editors Andrew CarlContinue reading “Dark Horse’s “Once Upon A Time Machine” future shocks classic fairy tales”