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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
Once again, Montreal Comiccon has come and gone and it was an absolute blast! And this year seems to have been one of the best, with guests, attendees and exhibitors all expressing their pleasure with how things were put together this year! It looks like this convention has come a long way! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Sunday, 11 September 2016 03:05
One of the most prolific graphic novels of all time is definitely V For Vendetta. Written in 1982 by Alan Moore as a comic strip in the British compilation comic, Warrior, it was a dark cautionary commentary on politics and anarchism. Later in 1988, it was published under DC Comics’ Vertigo imprint in the U.S. as a miniseries and gained even more notoriety. Most of you are most familiar with the 2006 film starring Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman (which was not endorsed by Moore) and the Guy Fawkes mask worn by the anti-hero of the story, V, which has become an iconic symbol for many protest groups including the hacktivist group, Anonymous. Read more...
Published in Interviews
Wednesday, 09 December 2015 10:52
It’s that time of year again, time for another onslaught of annoying gift giving guides. Those gift guides only seem annoying until you really need one. Seriously, it’s getting harder and harder to buy stuff for people these days. There a million and one gadgets that no one needs. There are a gagillion ugly sweaters nobody really wants and heaps of random things that might be cool but you might look like Captain Creepy Gift Giver.  Here are a few gift ideas that may prevent you from being known as Captain Creepy Gift Giver. Read more...
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Thursday, 08 October 2015 14:40
It's the newest sneek peek at Jessica Jones, and this time, we finally hear from The Purple Man (played by former Dr. Who David Tennant)! The elusive and creepy, mind-bending Purple Man is Jessica's arch-nemesis, and has been watching her for quite some time! Will she find all the pieces to the puzzle before she falls under his spell?  Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Thursday, 20 August 2015 17:40
Nearly 20 years ago, there was the release of a television movie called "Doctor Who: The Movie" (also known "Doctor Who: The Enemy Within"), which marked the first appearance of The Doctor's 8th incarnation from within the official Doctor Who continuity. But did you know that the movie itself was meant to be a pilot for a planned American Doctor Who television series that never got launched because the movie suffered from poor Nielsen ratings in the U.S.? I'm sure some of you Whovians do know. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Thursday, 26 March 2015 14:14
Montrealers are about to get another dose of extreme geektastical awesomeness this summer! Our own "Bleeder King", Dave Michaels went to the big MCC 2015 press conference and brought back some very juicy announcements! MCC spokesman, radio DJ, rockstar and friend to eXpertComics, Jason Rockman, hosted the event along with Montreal mayor (and self professed fanboy), Denis Coderre. Mayor Coderre said he was happy to visit the convention last year and cannot wait for this year's event. Leading the pack of celeb guests is Aquaman in the upcoming Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice movie, Jason Mamoa! Jason was one of the guests in 2013, and loved it so much, he's back to visit his MTL fans! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 10:47
“Do you think I care for you so little that betraying me would make a difference?”– The Doctor Doctor_Who_Logo___Transparecy_by_Poison_BaconSo, with a season that has dangled both a much darker Doctor and a companion who has questioned his – and her own – motivations off a precipice that has threatened to divide them on numerous occasions, did the first part of the season finale keep them hanging? No, it threw them off gloriously. Opening with a scene that reminded me of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode The Body, Moffat’s manipulation of sound is key. Clara promises to reveal all to Danny and calls him as what she has to say cannot wait. As the pair flutter around the conversation, all goes quiet on Danny’s end of the phone. Weird sounds ensue until a woman answers with a quiver in her throat. What we originally expected to be an alien abduction or extra-terrestrial encounter is something much more mundane but just as terrifying – Danny walked out onto the street and was hit by a car. He’s dead.   Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Tuesday, 14 October 2014 19:38
“There’s a body AND there’s a mummy.  I mean, can you not just get on a train?  Did a wizard put a curse on you about mini-breaks?” – The Doctor vlcsnap-00011 What Doctor Who has always done spectacularly well is take an old idea and give it a completely new reinvention; whether it’s Morgana le Fey from Battlefield becoming an inter-dimensional witch or the Yeti revealing that they were incredibly powerful robots from The Abominable Snowman, Doctor Who has taken something we thought ancient, mysterious and supernatural and given us a completely unique and perfectly fitting explanation. Of course, the creature from the title of Mummy on the Orient Express is no different. Taking the classic Agatha Christie whodunit and transplanting firmly in the Who-niverse on a space-faring recreation of the legendary train, the Doctor and Clara embark on what should be their final adventure together following the dramatic ending to last week’s episode. Much like the novel, the Orient Express is transporting a host of upper class leaders in their field, mostly scientists and professors as they set off on the journey of a lifetime. Read more...
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