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LEGO Harry Potter Collection Making Its Way to Nintendo Switch and Xbox One

Whether you’re a fan of the Wizarding World or endlessly building away with Lego the Harry Potter collection coming to all new platforms October 30th is certainly something to get excited about. Xbox One and Nintendo Switch players are in for a real treat with more spells, jokes, and mini-kits then they could fit in Newt  Scamander’s briefcase (yes I know, Fantastic Beasts joke when talking about Harry Potter I’m clearly a useless muggle.) Jonathan Smith, Head of Production and Strategic Director for TT Games had this to say about the release “The LEGO Harry Potter: Collection for Nintendo Switch and Xbox One grants
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The Dreaming and Border Town Available Today From DC Vertigo

Today marks the release of 2 brand new series coming straight out of DC Vertigo. The Dreaming, being the first book from The Sandman Universe, and Border Town which is the first of seven all new creator-owned series. Let’s talk a little bit about each one and what we can expect from them starting with the latest addition to The Sandman Universe. The Dreaming #1 Official Synopsis: “From the launch of The Sandman Universe comes THE DREAMING, a story about a kingdom in chaos as the Lord of Dreams has left his kingdom.  Where once it served as the place where stories were
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Is Marvel About to Overtake DC In The Gaming Industry?

The neverending debate between DC and Marvel fans about which Comic Book license reigns supreme has expanded way past the actual pages of comics these days. With the likes of the MCU and DCEU, the various TV shows whether it be Netflix or the CW, and now even the gaming industry there are always some fans somewhere arguing about which one is best. Now to many hardcore Marvel fans disappointment DC has pretty much dominated the gaming scene for the last few years most noticeably with the Arkham series and the Injustice games. These games haven’t always been perfect by
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Julie Nathanson Talks everything Comics, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, and Far Cry 5 (EXCLUSIVE)

So, recently the extremely talented Julie Nathanson was kind enough to talk to us over at Geek Vibes Nation about everything Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay and Far Cry 5 which she has recently been working on and starring in. For those who have been living under a rock for the past decade and don’t know who Julie Nathanson is, she is an actress/voice actress who you can hear in the excellent Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay as Silver Banshee and Jewelee and as Jess Black in Ubisoft’s newest addition to the Far Cry series, Far Cry 5. This isn’t
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Book Review – Star Wars: Thrawn Alliance’s

The fact that this book does more in the way of tension, character development, action, and general storytelling than any of the 4 “Disney Owned” movies speaks volumes about how good Writer Timothy Zahn is and how excellently written the character of Thrawn is. Talking about this book would be difficult without mentioning spoilers so I’ll do a non-spoiler section where I discuss the general plot, characters, and the book’s connections to the wider Star Wars universe. Then I’ll dive into a spoilers section with fair warning to talk about some of the finer details. So with all that said let’s get
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Comic Review: Geek Girl #2

Jumping back into the city of Maine, and the less than graceful adventures of rookie superhero Geek Girl was still as fun, vibrant and colorful as the first issue but here it had a slightly slower pace and a little less action that hindered the enjoyment a little with a lack of thrills and fights. As always with my Comic Reviews, I’ll discuss the plot in a general sense, although to be honest there aren’t too many spoilers in issue #2, the characters, artwork, and its possibilities for adaptation onto the big screen. Now, With all that out of the
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Comic Review: Identity Stunt #3

Coming back for the third installment in the Identity Stunt series, Sam’s story heats up with intense action, incredibly high stakes, and some impressive character building. Identity Stunt has always thrived off of its main character and its over-the-top action and in issue #3 both of those aspects are the standouts. As always with my comic reviews, I’ll be talking about the general plot, whilst avoiding spoilers, as well as the artwork, characters, and my thoughts on an adaptation for the big screen. So, with all that out the way lets get into this review of Identity Stunt #3.  
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