Guillermo del Toro’s new book Cabinet of Curiosities is a must have

Every great auteur has a blue print or diary, of his or her plans to create something special. The director,Guillermo del Toro, is no different. He’s been drafting up ideas as long as Tim Burton has been sketching and now he’s releasing his ideas in a new book Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities. IfContinue reading “Guillermo del Toro’s new book Cabinet of Curiosities is a must have”

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 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 review’s Dark Horse’s Abe Sapien #1

Hellboy‘s partner at the B.P.R.D (The Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense) “Abe Sapien“, has always been kind of an anomaly to me. Mostly, because I wasn’t as much into the comic books as I was the movies, which gave little back story as to Abe’s origins. Had I followed the comic book closer, IContinue reading “MITNG review’s Dark Horse’s Abe Sapien #1”

MITNG reviews Dragon Age Volume Two: Those Who Speak

Dragon Age is pure fun! What’s not to like about it—magic, great art, epic battles, magical critters and characters and environments that are drawn exquisitely. I’ve never played the game this story is apparently based on, but you don’t really have to to get into this series. Dragon Age: Those Who Speak, written by David Gaider and Alexander Freed (Star Wars) and illustrated byContinue reading “MITNG reviews Dragon Age Volume Two: Those Who Speak”