The Fifth Beatle:The Brian Epstein Story is a perfect memoriam to a rock legend

“I am baffled that Brian Epstein has not been posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the Non-Performer category. His name should be up in lights. -Billy J. Kramer (Artist represented by Brian Epstein in the 60’s) Throughout the twentieth century there’s been much talk on the subject of “who wasContinue reading “The Fifth Beatle:The Brian Epstein Story is a perfect memoriam to a rock legend”

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”

Dark Horses Sledge Hammer 44 Volume 1 is legendary

From it’s inception, this story off archaic power, rebirth and of course Nazi’s, was destined for greatness and it is! What started as a labor of love for the Eisner Award winning artist John Powers Severin (December 26, 1921 – February 12, 2012) has come to fruition with the help of the uber-talented writers Mike MignolaContinue reading “Dark Horses Sledge Hammer 44 Volume 1 is legendary”

The Strain: The Fall #1, is pure neo-gothic terror

Dark Horse’s The Strain: The Fall #1 expounds, yet again, on the 2009 novel of the same name written by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan. In this one, writer David Lapham and artist Mike Huddleston, tackle book number two in the Guillermo/Hogan series…The Fall. The story starts out epic enough, with a fast paced,Continue reading “The Strain: The Fall #1, is pure neo-gothic terror”

Dark Horse’s Blood Brothers plays well with the vampire genre

Dark Horse’s Blood Brother’s is about two vampires (Tree and Nick) who are older than shit, but despite the eternal gift they manage to make the most out of everyday by moonlighting as bounty hunters in Las Vegas. Being immortal has afforded them opportunists, the likes of which will make you chuckle. There historical exploitsContinue reading “Dark Horse’s Blood Brothers plays well with the vampire genre”

Some highlights from the Phoenix Comic Con 2013

The annual pop culture event of the southwest, The Phoenix Comic Con, just wrapped up over memorial day weekend and man was it filled with a shit ton of craziness. Let’s begin with my day one. The showroom floor was set up slightly different than last year, but the exhibitors were in the same hall.Continue reading “Some highlights from the Phoenix Comic Con 2013”

MITNG’s videos of the week

I hope you guys appreciate what I do for you. I compiled some badass videos for your viewing pleasure this weekend. We have an amazingly creative video for Paul Whites song “Street Lights” featuring Danny Brown. The next is a feel good diddy from those lovable Canadian Nymphs Tegan and Sara. The next is aContinue reading “MITNG’s videos of the week”

MITNG’S videos of the week

I realize I’m getting this out to you guys later than I normally do. This week was chocked full of plugging for our new Youtube series, so things kinda got put on the back burner. Do you forgive me? The following videos are both cerebral and fun especially the little throwback one we threw inContinue reading “MITNG’S videos of the week”

MITNG is now on Youtube

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here, Episode 0 of our new web series and man is it weird, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. Follow the link to our Youtube channel and subscribe now to receive your weekly dose of MITNG news and shenanigans’. I’d like to give aContinue reading “MITNG is now on Youtube”

MITNG reviews “Nothing can possibly go wrong” by Prudence Shen and Faith Erin Hicks

There’s a thin line between love and robots. Come to think, “Love and Robots” would’ve been a better choice for a title then “Nothing can possibly go wrong“,but that’ll be the only negative thing you’ll see me type about this solid graphic. NCPGW is a fun story, and a great read for all ages! ItContinue reading “MITNG reviews “Nothing can possibly go wrong” by Prudence Shen and Faith Erin Hicks”