That Shelf heads to Toronto Comicon 2019 and lets their geek flag fly.
We speak with writer Rich Douek about Gutter Magic – a four-issue miniseries that intriguingly mixes urban fantasy realism, steampunk, and science fiction.
Virga: Sun of Suns is truly a breath of fresh air. We review the enticing first issue of this comic adaptation of Karl Schroeder's Virga series.
Gavin and Jeff return with Thor highlights, a discussion on events in comicdom, and highlight some recent events that happened in Toronto. Gavin then takes some time to address the emails he received in response to his Fortress of Ballertude Steampunk video.
Steampunk it! In this exciting new episode of the Fortress, Gavin shows us all the amazing world of Steampunk. Behold, as Gavin deftly transforms mundane everyday objects into "Steampunk" everyday objects!
This Week in Dork is a weekly feature that attempts to encapsulate all the dorky events happening in and around Toronto every week. The February 27 - March 5 edition features an overblown awards ceremony with free popcorn, suicide bomber satire, South Korean horror and a Steampunk masquerade.
Since the first Fable game, Peter Molyneux has over projected expectations of his now trademark series. All of it, as you probably know, has come off as a bit obnoxious and delusional, since, with the series bogged down by lazy combat and fart jokes, the fabled Fable has never really stood up to its own concocted legacy. Does Fable III offer a glimpse into Peter’s long-winded fantasies or will you just be absorbing more troll-related toilet humour?
Ken Levine and Irrational Games have been busy these past few years. While 2K Marin was hard at work on BioShock 2, the team that made the original game were quietly working on a game of their own: BioShock Infinite. So as you can see it’s not your Big Daddy’s BioShock. “Skyoshock”, as Tycho from […]