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By Emmanuel Malchiodi, February 17, 2014 1 Movie Article

I saw the new Robocop the other night. I was disappointed. I went in with low expectations; I stayed away from the trailers, trying to go in blind. I’m not saying it wasn’t entertaining but in comparison to Paul Verhoeven’s… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, October 22, 2013 4 Event Report

  When Scott (Florida Geek Scene’s head honcho) asked me if I wanted to cover Nerdapalooza 2013 with him I was hesitant. While I consider myself a nerd (I like comic books, records, movies, etc.) I’m not sure a gathering… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, October 21, 2013 0 Interviews

  This is an interview with the owners of Tangible Labs/Nerdtag.me which I did at Nerdapalooza 2013. Tangible Labs/Nerdtag.me is a Florida based company which makes dog tags and other cool stuff on 3D printers.  

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, May 4, 2013 2 Article

I love Carrie Fisher. Not because she was Princess Leia or excellent in When Harry Met Sally, The ‘Burbs, and Hannah and Her Sisters. It’s also not only because she’s hilarious when Drop Dead Fred sinks her houseboat. I love… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, October 23, 2012 0

It’s a weird experience when you hear mothers talking about zombies. And not just their children’s interest in zombies but… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 27, 2012 0 Movie Article

If Bill Hicks, the legendary stand-up comedian who died in 1994 at the age of 32, knew Russell Crowe was making a biopic about his life I’m sure he’d dedicate an entire performance to ridiculing him. After all, Hicks is… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 26, 2012 0

The last issue of The Comedian’s Before Watchmen saga had the man assassinating Marilyn Monroe and witnessing the death of… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 26, 2012 0 Events, Movies

For over 40 years Baltimore native John Waters has done it all. He’s a director (writing all of his films), an author, with his latest book Role Models appearing in 2010, and a purveyor of art, both good and bad…. Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 25, 2012 2

I don’t give every first issue a chance but Image Comics has been pretty spectacular lately (The Manhattan Project, The… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 24, 2012 0 Movies

Last weekend I saw Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, starring Steve Carell and Keira Knightley. Its run was short lived and after three weeks only two theaters in Manhattan were playing it (which is strange since… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 19, 2012 7 Movie Article

Katy Perry is the hottest pop star in the world. She has as many number one hits from a single album as Michael Jackson, the Interwebs claim she’s worth $44 million, and she’s starting her own record label. Her 3D… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 19, 2012 0

Last month my review of the Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre inaugural issue praised it for providing a feminine perspective, via… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 19, 2012 0

For the last few months I’ve been criticizing Dark Horse Comics’ ridiculously large Star Wars machine, churning out books at… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 18, 2012 0

I’ve said in every review for Peter Bagge’s new miniseries Reset that its amazing Bagge has a book appearing at… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 18, 2012 0

Last month Dark Horse Comics released the first issue of Fatima: The Blood Spinners, written and drawn by Gilbert Hernandez… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 15, 2012 0

I can’t remember which Image title I read a preview for Hoax Hunters in but I remember it looked pretty… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, July 14, 2012 0

Revival, a “rural noir” series written by Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash) and drawn by Mike Norton (Runaways), is about a little… Read More »