The Walking Dead is best watched like a zombie.
The upcoming independent CCG is an unexpected blend of Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons.
As we wait for answers about a major character death on The Walking Dead is it becoming clear that we're tired of permanent death on TV?
We've got exclusive new photos from AMC's upcoming martial arts drama Into the Badlands.
After a brief hiccup yesterday, The Dork Shelf Guide to Holiday Shopping is back on track! Today, we have a special focus on DVD and Blu-Ray box sets. But we’ll be back to our usual melange of gift ideas tomorrow. Miss a day? Check out our directory and find out what cool picks for the […]
We've got another Gamercamp contest today for all you gamers out there. Enter for a chance to win a ticket to Mark of the Ninja lead designer Nels Anderson's opening night talk at Gamercamp on Friday, November 1 at 7 pm, courtesy of Dork Shelf and our friends at Gamercamp!
While he was in town for the Toronto Screenwriting Conference, we caught up with Glen Mazzara, show runner for AMC's smash hit The Walking Dead about his work on the most popular show currently on cable, his early days as a writer, the creative decisions made for the show, and fan reactions both positive and negative.
And now, all the film, game, and comic news that’s fit to print. Star Wars Episode VII finds a director, THQ auctions off big name game franchises, Nintendo unveils new Wii U titles, The Sixth Gun gets an NBC pilot, and Rob Liefeld writes a screenplay.
And now, all the film, game, and comic news that’s fit to print. Gremlins might be getting the reboot treatment, Cuarón's Gravity gets a release date, Dead Island: Riptide offends with crass Collector's Edition, fan campaign gets JRPG localized, the X-Men become an all-female team and the internet loses its shit, and DC Comics cancels a boatload of titles.
In the last few months Image Comics has released a string of super-hot sell out new titles. This week, wunderkind writer and Image partner, Robert Kirkman weighs in with his mad-cap silly Super Dinosaur series. And by silly... I mean over-the-top awesome fun!
Vulture reported on Monday that Paramount Pictures is likely to cancel production plans for the eagerly anticipated adaptation of Max Brooks' zombie apocalypse novel World War Z.
As we sit comfortably in our respective dork dens, let us take a look back at a rather interesting year in comics. The comic world was filled with ups and downs in 2010, here we'll share with you some of the highlights and our personal favourites of the year. We shall save the disappointments for another time... or a podcast.
Despite what your grandma might say to try and trick you into watching reruns of Perry Mason, the true 'Golden Age' of television is right now and 2010 was an especially good year. Returning favourites like Mad Men and Dexter continued their hot streaks while AMC's new drama The Walking Dead kept us on the edge of our seat and prepared us all for the impending zombie apocalypse. In comedy, FX's Louie made us laugh AND think while Sarah Palin's Alaska on TLC kept us all in stitches. That was a comedy, right?
If you haven't been watching AMC's The Walking Dead this season, what have you been doing?! Since the season is only six episodes long, there's still time for you to catch up before tonight's presumably awesome finale.
Jeff, Will and Zack hit up the Toronto Underground Cinema last week for Son of Kung Fu Fridays and ended up recording a post-fu podcast with some of the gents from the Chinatown theatre. For this episode we were joined by returning guest Peter Kuplowsky, Underground manager and amateur Van Morrison impersonator Alex Woodside, and Morgan White, creator of the The Rep — the excellent web-series based on the theatre.