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New Dexter Season 7 Trailer by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(August 18, 2012)
Here is the official trailer for Dexter season 7. The new season premieres on Showtime Sunday September 30th at 9PM ET/PT.

Robot Chicken DC Comics Special by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(August 17, 2012)
An awesome new trailer has been released for Robot Chicken's upcoming DC comics special, and it looks like it's going to be freakin' hilarious. The voice cast for the special includes Robot co-creator Seth Green as Batman, Robin, and Aquaman; Paul Re

Captain Jack Harkness Joins Arrow by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(August 16, 2012)
John Barrowman is joining the network’s new fall action-drama Arrow.

Warehouse 13: There's Always a Downside Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(August 14, 2012)
And just as we're settling nicely into this season of Warehouse 13, we're hit like a cartoon exclamation box (BOOM!) with a double dose of Star Trek alumni (again). This episode exhibits the acting range of Brent Spiner, who always gave us glimpses of the

True Blood: Gone, Gone, Gone Review by Joel Rickenbach, Columnist and Critic
(August 13, 2012)
Those of you who read this column know I consider the scene from season 2 when Godric meets the light, as the best moment in True Blood’s arsenal. It was sad, inevitable and beautifully shot. It gave emotion to a character (Eric Northman), who, not an ep

Warehouse 13: Personal Effects Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(August 07, 2012)
A touching "gotcha" moment kicks off this week's entry in the Warehouse 13 saga. It appears that Jinks is packing up things in his room with intentions to depart.

True Blood: Everybody Wants to Rule the World Review by Joel Rickenbach, Columnist and Critic
(August 07, 2012)
I think I’ve identified another of my pet peeves regarding this season- Bill and Eric’s storyline is literally taking place in one room, or at least one subterranean lair. There’s big ideas- down with mainstreaming! Kill the Authority!

TV Wasteland: Samurai Time by Rob Vaux, Writer
(August 06, 2012)
Let me get this straight: baseball is not an Olympic sport, but competitive trampoline is? Pardon me, I’m going to curl up in the fetal position and sob for a while.

Mania 2012 Fall Picks by Mania Staff, Columnists, Geeks, and Fanboys
(August 01, 2012)
Fall always brings with it the promise of the new and the exciting…new TV shows, hot new holiday films, and the most sought after video games of the year. Is it any wonder why Fall is the best season of the year? Here are a few of the items on Mania’

Warehouse 13: An Enemy Within Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and TV Critic
(July 31, 2012)
Excellent. This is why I tune in.

True Blood: Somebody That I Used to Know Review by Joel Rickenbach, Columnist and TV Critic
(July 30, 2012)
I really wish this show was a bit quirkier. This episode opens with Luna shifting into Sam, and I'm not exactly sure why. Regardless, what follows for the rest of the episode is Sam Trammell playing two parts- one is the Sam we know, the other is the effem

TV Wasteland: Medals and Madness by Rob Vaux, Writer
(July 30, 2012)
The Olympics dominates television for the next two weeks -- and once again, please take every opportunity you can to tell NBC how much their coverage blows -- leaving other networks to hold the course rather than unleashing anything new or notable. Here's

Warehouse 13 - A New Hope Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and TV Critic
(July 24, 2012)
ow do you follow a season ending cliffhanger which leaves several of your recurring characters dead and the name sake of your show destroyed? These are questions that Warehouse 13 fans have been turning over since October and, while the resolution is reass

DVD Shopping Bag: Star Trek The Next Generation Season 1 Blu-ray by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(July 24, 2012)


TV Wasteland: Cable Domination by Rob Vaux, Writer
(July 23, 2012)
Game of Thrones. The Walking Dead. Falling Skies. True Blood. Warehouse 13. Alphas. What do all these shows have in common? They're all on cable, not the networks. And with the possible exception of Lost, no network has produced anything nearly as engaging

True Blood: In the Beginning Review by Joel Rickenbach, Columnist and Critic
(July 23, 2012)
If you told me two seasons ago we would see Bill, Eric, Russell Edgington and Reverend Steve Newlin palling around the streets of New Orleans, high as kites on some ancient vampire blood, well… I wouldn’t have believed you. But that’s always the best

The Geek Life: The Walking Dead: Escape by Robert T. Trate, Columnist and Geek
(July 19, 2012)
The Geek Life is a weekly look at what is going on in the Geek Culture. Movies, Comics, Books, Video Games, and TV Shows encompass more than just release dates and reviews. This week the Geek Life runs from the Walking Dead.

Silliest Batman Gadgets by Rob Vaux, Writer
(July 18, 2012)
In addition to his huge intellect, superior fighting skills and crippling psychological scars that he lovingly nourishes each and every night, Batman possesses a mighty weapon in his war on crime. Or rather, a staggeringly large pile of weapons – kept in

Tuesday Terrors: Walking Dead Season 3 Preview trailer! by Tim Janson , Columnist and Critic
(July 17, 2012)
Walking Dead Season 3 Comic-Con Trailer! It’s here Walking Dead Fans! A long sneak peek at Season 3 courtesy of Comic-Con.

10 Greatest Moments in Batman History by Rob Vaux, Writer
(July 17, 2012)
With The Dark Knight Rises hitting theaters this week, we thought we’d look back at the history of Caped Crusader, and note those key moments that truly defined him. There have been some big ones: comics, movies or TV shows where the character suddenly t

TV Wasteland: Fare Thee Well Eureka by Rob Vaux, Writer
(July 16, 2012)
Tonight, we say good-bye to Eureka, the quietly stalwart Syfy staple that takes a final bow after five seasons. The show was never a blockbuster like The Walking Dead or The X-Files, and its expensive production kept it from turning a big profit. The bosse

Comic Con 2012: Cosplayers Day 1 by Robert T. Trate, Columnist and Photographer
(July 13, 2012)
What is Comic Con without people dressing up? The first official day of Comic Con had plenty of Cosplayers to both entertain and delight. I also threw in a few more pictures of the booths and displays. There were tons of heroes, villains, and surprising ne

Comic Con 2012 Preview Night by Robert T. Trate, Columnist and Photographer
(July 12, 2012)
Comic Con is upon us and with that comes Preview Night. A special night for those that have bought the full Comic Con experience (all 4 days). Here is your chance to pick up some exclusives, map out the floor, and soak in the flavor of Comic Con. Oddly eno

Doctor Who Returns to Comic Con 2012 by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(July 09, 2012)
Doctor Who stars Matt Smith and Karen Gillan make their triumphant return to Comic-Con for a panel and Q&A moderated by Doctor Who pundit and creator of the Nerdist, Chris Hardwick. They will be joined by star Arthur Darvill, who’s making his first pilgr

True Blood: Lets Boot and Rally Review by Joel Rickenbach, Columnist and Critic
(July 09, 2012)
This is by far the darkest episode of the season yet, and it's also the best. There's no real attempt at half-assed romance, other than a little vomit, and most of the storylines are finally feeling like they have stakes. The best example of this, believe

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