Some of the best cosplayers at the Phoenix Comic Con 2014

The results are in and yes, the Phoenix Comic Con is a force to be reckoned with. This year featured booths by Dark Horse Comics, Boom Studios, Archaia Entertainment and many many more. In addition to that, there are a ton of panels and signings, from some heavy hitters in Hollywood and the comic bookContinue reading “Some of the best cosplayers at the Phoenix Comic Con 2014”

MITNG’S videos of the week

This week inadvertently has a theme, at least with two of the video’s presented in this weeks videos of the week. Let’s see if you can figure it out. This week we are featuring works from…Die Antwoord, Passion Pit, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Camera 2. All really groundbreaking in both music and film. Pay particularContinue reading “MITNG’S videos of the week”

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”

MITNG reviews Hopless, Maine: Personal Demons by Tom and Nimue Brown

Something wicked this way comes in Hopeless, Maine, but judging by my first read of this Archaia release, I’d say it’s just another day on this haunted landscape. Hopeless, Maine is a neo-gothic/manga series in the vein of H.P Lovecraft, Gaiman and Lord Dunsany. The series is done by husband-and-wife team Tom and Nimue Brown,Continue reading “MITNG reviews Hopless, Maine: Personal Demons by Tom and Nimue Brown”

MITNG reviews City In The Desert Vol#1 written and illustrated by Moro Rogers

In a world, where a pact between man and G-d has been broken, monsters are set upon humankind as punishment. In the midst of this chaos dwells a seemingly unscrupulous killer and his female, half animal, half human assistant, whom both have made a decent a living contract killing those beast who’ve become a bitContinue reading “MITNG reviews City In The Desert Vol#1 written and illustrated by Moro Rogers”

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 RUST VOL #2: SECRETS OF THE CELL WRITTEN AND ILLUTSRATED BY ROYDEN LEPP

Good God this keeps getting better and better! RUST Vol#2: Secrets Of The Cell, gives us much more of the character “Jet”, but just enough to keep the story moving along this odd robo-scape. This mysterious person does the whole lone samurai thing well. Working hard, staying on the down-lo and protecting the family thatContinue reading “M.I.T.N.G REVIEWS RUST VOL #2: SECRETS OF THE CELL WRITTEN AND ILLUTSRATED BY ROYDEN LEPP”