Binge Watching [Comic]


What, time to rejoin the real world? there’s just too many shows on Netflix for us to ever do that. My wife and I are currently catching up on Gotham season 2 and we have a lot of stuff left to watch. Can’t wait for the Iron Fist show to start, and a new season […]

Guitar Zero [Comic]


Love the dramatic glasses adjustment! Pretty good for one person might often look pretty when compared to another, super “qualified” person. All things are relative. I’ve never tried playing Guitar Hero, though, and neither Rock Band. I’m pretty sure I would totally suck at it. I prefer adventure games and RPGs anyways, so no big […]

Cup of Joe [Comic]


I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t want my cup of coffee to start talking to me, especially if it has eyes, names itself “Joe” and asks me to put its content inside me. That’s a big no-no. A comic by artist J. L. Westover from Mr. Lovenstein comics. If you like what the […]

Inappropriate Touching – Cosplay is Not Consent [Video]


The two geeks over at “Two Geeky Guys,” in partnership with the “Food And Cosplay” Facebook page, have just started a new series of videos teaching the the DO’s and DONT’s of Comic Con etiquette. In the first episode they cover the subject of “inappropriate touching.” Have you ever been the victim of inappropriate touching […]



Nope, it’s not a clickbait headline, just the title of a comic by cartoonist “Loading Artist.” It’s also the thing I often do with my wife while finding some content for the site. She’s just not into some of the things I like, so she often ends up rolling her eyes when I show her […]

How to Save the Princess in 8 Programming Languages [Comic]


In this comic, the folks from Toggl take a look at how they could rescue a princess with code, even though sometimes your code just does not work and the princess is a dragon and you’re a fish. This comic was developed by the Toggl Goon Squad. When not horsing around and making fun of […]

Dorkly Comic – Geek Conventions: Then vs. Now [Comic]


In this comic, Julia Lepetit from Dorkly takes a look at how things were at conventions just a few years ago versus how they are now. Yep, that pretty much sums it up. My advice: get in as early as possible. Once you reach lunchtime, the con floor is going to be so pact that […]

Batman vs. The Joker [Comic]


Oh, I get it now, this is why Batman and The Joker are always fighting each other, but never seem to get anything done and most of the time, end up in a stalemate. People should indeed start getting suspicious about those two, it’s been going on for far too long! Hey no judgement or […]

The Work That Goes Into Everyday Items [Pic]


In this comic, artist Randall Munroe from XKCD has illustrated some of the work that goes into creating everyday items, including many things that happen in the background that most people will never think about. Let’s not forget that most of the stuff we have in our homes have at one point gone though the […]

What Makes Men Brave [Comic]


You might think that some men are braver than others, but what makes them really brave is something you probably don’t expect, a little like the brain-controlling parasitic fungus that can control ants. I shall protect you, my darling! Have you noticed that the mustache has a small mustache? That’s pretty badass. Like, badass squared. […]

Debate Wars: Episode I – The Political Menace [Video]


My pal David Unger from DUM has turned the famous Anakin vs. Obi Wan fight on Mustafar from Star Wars episode III into a parody of the first presidential debate that took place last week. I laughed out loud after seeing Yoda’s reaction at the end of the video. His comment reflects quite well the […]

A Reader’s Blessing [Comic]


May your future be dystopian. May your myths be true. May your fairytales be grisly. May your poems be Haiku. May your self-help be helpful. May your heroes be tragic. May your quests be epic. May your realism be magic. A perfect homage to books and to the people who love them. Speaking of good […]