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    The Time I Met a "Fake Nerd Boy"

    published Feb 19, 2014

    As guests become finalized and folks gear up for the upcoming Comicpalooza this May (Four days long this year...pity your intrepid geek reporter's feet and back!), I would like to relay to you a story... More >>

  • Vote or Die: The Last VJ's Top Five Videos of the Week

    published Feb 19, 2014

    Welcome back to The Last VJ, music fans! This week we get to hear from Gem Club, one of the bands that got me into regular music video coverage in this dismal age of such things, though watching them... More >>

  • Houston Music Fans Show Their Artistic Sides
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    Houston Music Fans Show Their Artistic Sides

    published Feb 19, 2014

    There's a moment unlike any other in the career of a local musician, and that's when someone takes it upon themselves to create a work of art centered on you or your music. It's a bizarre mixture of f... More >>

  • Review: The Last of Us: Left Behind

    published Feb 18, 2014

    I'm eschewing my normal Review for the Lazy Gamer Konami format this go round to tell you a story. The Last of Us: Left Behind is honestly my first real downloaded content expansion pack. Hard as th... More >>

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    The 10 Best Bioshock Items on Etsy

    published Feb 18, 2014

    When it came time to upgrade to a PS4, I went on a massive trade-in spree in order to afford the new system. While that did allow me to pick up the eighth generation console on my Ramen-noodle lifesty... More >>

  • Brave Is Totally Game of Thrones

    published Feb 17, 2014

    Of all the gifts Santa Claus has ever brought my daughter the one that has proven to be her favorite is her LeapPad tablet. If you haven't seen one it's part iPad, part Nintendo DS and it's got a libr... More >>

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    Dear Norway: Give Mass Murderer Anders Behring Breivik a PS3

    published Feb 17, 2014

    One of Norway's most notorious killers is threatening a hunger strike if his PS2 is not upgraded to a PS3 according to a report by Kotaku. In 2011 Anders Behring Breivik killed eight people in a bom... More >>

  • Mongoose vs Cobra: Phong Nguyen

    published February 6, 2014

    Author Phong Nguyen reads from his latest book, Pages from The Textbook of Alternate History, at today’s Mongoose versus Cobra... More >>

  • Review: The Last of Us: American Dreams

    published Feb 14, 2014

    In just a few days we're getting new downloadable content for The Last of Us, which was easily the best game of 2013. The expansion, Left Behind, is set to follow Ellie in the time before she began ... More >>

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    Doctor Who: 5 American Presidents The Doctor Has Met

    published Feb 14, 2014

    All of space and time at his disposal, and yet The Doctor always seems to end up somewhere on Earth. Man, it's almost like it's cheaper there or something. All joking aside, Doctor Who started out as... More >>

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    10 Most Romantic Horror Movies for Valentine's Day

    published Feb 13, 2014

    Look, I can get behind a good romantic comedy to celebrate Valentine's Day with. Addicted to Love is one of my favorite movies of all time, after all, but frankly, that genre has more sap than Bob Sap... More >>

  • February Kickstarter Round-Up: Wooden Pens and Crazy Filmmakers

    published Feb 13, 2014

    Once a month we'll be bringing you a look at some of the best local Kickstarter campaigns in order to let you know what's getting ready to be unleashed through the help of small investors. Frontier G... More >>

  • Of God and Final Fantasy

    published Feb 13, 2014

    I have to admit that while Lightning Returns is definitely my favorite entry in the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy it does indeed take some getting used to. Don't get me wrong. It's beautiful, brilliant, ... More >>

  • Vote or Die: The Last VJ's Top Five Videos of the Week

    published Feb 13, 2014

    Welcome back to The Last VJ, music fans! This week we cover a pretty wide gamut this week, everything from creepy dollhouses to a variety of ways to describe getting your period at the beach. Plus, th... More >>

  • 100 Creatives 2014: Mark Nasso, Comic Artist

    published Feb 12, 2014

    What He Does: Mark Nasso is yet another example of the fantastic wealth of comic drawing talent that we have here in Houston. He's a regular at all the local comic conventions, selling his own unique ... More >>

  • Disney Goes Goth: The Mouse House's Five Spookiest Songs
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    Disney Goes Goth: The Mouse House's Five Spookiest Songs

    published Feb 12, 2014

    Netflix recently added a ton of older Disney films to its streaming service, so me and the Kid With One F have been making our way through them. While I am enjoying it, I have discovered that many fil... More >>

  • Reviews for the Lazy Gamer: Lightning Returns

    published Feb 11, 2014

    Game: Lightning Returns Platform: Xbox, PS3 Publisher/Developer: Square Enix Genre: RPG Describe This Game in Three Words: It's the End Plot: For 500 years Lightning has slept, but now she's b... More >>

  • The Rocks Off 200: Chad Smalley, Blaggards' Barse Player

    published Feb 11, 2014

    Welcome to The Rocks Off 200, our portrait gallery of the most compelling profiles and personalities in the far-flung Houston music community -- a lot more than just musicians, but of course they're i... More >>

  • Christina Escamilla: The Angel of 64 Deaths

    published Feb 10, 2014

    If you're looking for a light read to while away a cold day with a warm book, then take my advice and stay as far away from Christina Escamilla's 64 Deaths as you can. The debut anthology from the loc... More >>

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    The Origin and Physics of the Double Jump

    published Feb 10, 2014

    The other day we were having a family game session on the PS4, which means we were playing the light-hearted adventure game Knack. Though it's not really any sort of revolutionary title, being little ... More >>

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    Lying to Your Kid About Adoptable Lobsters

    published Feb 10, 2014

    In my family I am the errand runner, the burro, the hunter and gatherer. It is my job to acquire the bare necessities and bring them back to the cave for consumption. Often, I take my four-year-old da... More >>

  • Rest of the Best: The Top 10 Nude Scenes From Houston Actresses (NSFW) Really NSFW
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    Rest of the Best: The Top 10 Nude Scenes From Houston Actresses (NSFW) Really NSFW

    published Feb 06, 2014

    Every once in a while I like to take a break from being a feminist crusader and compile a list based on complete chauvinist objectification. Maybe I'm seeking balance. Maybe I just like boobies. Maybe... More >>

  • Vote or Die: The Last VJ's Top Five Videos of the Week

    published Feb 06, 2014

    Welcome back to The Last VJ, music fans. This week we get a look at a local boy's new act thanks to a music video filmed down in Mexico City. On tip of that, Baby Alpaca, who made one of the top 25 mu... More >>

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    Bigfoot Showing at Alamo Drafthouse Angers Cryptozoologists

    published Feb 05, 2014

    Earlier this year Rick Dyer made the news by claiming that he had not only located Bigfoot outside of San Antonio, but that he has shot and killed the legendary creature. Now, he will be the guest of ... More >>

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    Has the Kiddification of Comics Gone Too Far?

    published Feb 05, 2014

    In my regular monthly round-up of the best comic titles I always make it a point to include all-ages releases. Just as video games have, comics seem to have "grown up" with my generation, and finding ... More >>

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