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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

TV Wasteland: Summer in the City by Rob Vaux, Columnist
(July 09, 2012)
We’re all full of barbecue from various 4th of July celebrations, and another week of television beckons us forward. Let’s have a look!

8 Gut Wrenching Moments from The Spider-Friends by Robert T. Trate, Columnist and Critic
(July 04, 2012)
With each of the Spider-Man movies provided to us by Sam Raimi, I always thought Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends would get some kind of royal DVD or Blu-ray treatment. With each and every movie there seems to be some sort of tie-in or re-release and thi

True Blood: We'll Meet Again REVIEW by Joel Rickenbach, Columnist and Critic
(July 02, 2012)
Believe it or not, True Blood may have finally found a way to make the much loathed Tara interesting. It doesn't happen in this episode per se, but there are the beginning of what could be something welcome and unexpected. Despite this episodes attempt to

TV Wasteland: Happy Independence Day by Rob Vaux, Writer
(July 02, 2012)
The 4th of July is usually fairly quiet, but this week we have two events worth noting. The first is Syfy’s annual Twilight Zone marathon, a chance for the station to step away from wrestling and absurdly cheap movies to remember their actual roots. Rod

TV Wasteland: June Gloom by Rob Vaux, Writer
(June 25, 2012)
It's another quiet week on the Wasteland. Let's have a look. Monday Eureka (Syfy, 9:00 PM EST) Carter and Allison just want to enjoy their honeymoon, but trouble in Eureka puts the kibbutz on their plans. Lost Girl (Syfy, 10:00 PM EST) Bo runs int

True Blood: Whatever I Am, You Made Me Review by Joel Rickenbach, Columnist and Critic
(June 25, 2012)
True Blood is a show that trades on its trashy revelry without much apology. It can be at times goofy, provocative, exploitative and over the top. It can also be all those things at the same time. It's no secret those things are what keeps the majority of

Cartoon Network Comic Con 2012 Schedule by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(June 22, 2012)
At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Cartoon Network’s amplified Convention Center presence will include a fan-centric booth, buzzing with activity showcasing a life-sized, interactive re-creation of the living room from their hit series Regular Show, w

Tuesday Terrors: Walking Dead, True Blood, and American Horror Story News! by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(June 19, 2012)
A little light on reviews this week. My brand new Toshiba laptop crashed on me and is now being repaired at the service center. Unfortunately it too my column with me so I had to quickly put it back together but didn’t have time for a lot of reviews.

TV Wasteland: June Gloom by Rob Vaux, Columnist and Critic
(June 18, 2012)
It’s another quiet week on the Wasteland. Let’s get to it!

True Blood: Authority Always Wins Review by Joel Rickenbach, Columnist and Critic
(June 17, 2012)
Oddly enough, the clumsiest part of last week's premiere ends up being the best part of this week's episode, but we'll get to that.

TV Wasteland: Falling Skies and Dinosaurs by Robert Vaux, Columnist and Critic
(June 11, 2012)
Summer really used to be a TV wasteland. The new shows debuted in September – a date originally chosen to coincide with the release of the new car models which drove their advertising revenue – and ended in May. Summer was left to the movies, or to cop

True Blood Turn! Turn! Turn! Review by Joel Rickenbach, Columnist and Critic
(June 11, 2012)
Hey! True Blood is back! And it picks up the moment last season ended, except that moment happened almost a year ago, and in case you forgot- Quite a few people died, and that means quite a few dead bodies.

Game of Thrones: VALAR MORGHULIS Review by Jarrett Kruse, TV Critic
(June 04, 2012)

TV Wasteland: Will This Blood Run True? by Robert Vaux, Columnist and Critic
(June 04, 2012)
With a schedule this empty, it’s not hard to spot the high point for this week’s viewing. HBO finishes off Game of Thrones only to pave the way for its other big genre hit, True Blood. The venerable vampire saga is dearly in need of a creative infusion

Tuesday Terrors: New Characters announced for Walking Dead Season 3 by Tim Janson, Columnist
(May 29, 2012)
uesday Terrors returns this week jam-packed with all sorts of news from the world of horror including new character announcements for The Walking Dead, show info on American Horror Story Season Two, new Lego Monster Fighters sets, and seven new trailers.

TV Wasteland: Game Over by Rob Vaux, Columnist and Critic
(May 28, 2012)
The curtain falls on Game of Thrones’ successful second season this week, marking an end to the current TV cycle and giving us a chance to reflect on who survived it all. The Secret Circle is out. Alcatraz is out. Terra Nova, Sanctuary and The River are

TV Wasteland: Springtime Wasteland by Rob Vaux, Columnist and Critic
(May 21, 2012)
The end of May sees a lot of movies and only a few regular series still running. Let’s take a look at what the boob tube has brewing for us.

Sleepy Hollow TV Series for FOX by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(May 09, 2012)
FOX has announced that will be airing Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci new TV Series Sleepy Hollow. The series is based on Washington Irving's classic novel but will take place in the modern world.

TV Wasteland: Fringe Renewed by Rob Vaux, Columnist and Critic
(April 29, 2012)
Like a lot of Friday shows, Fringe has flirted with cancellation for several seasons now, putting fans through a wringer of expectation and anxiety before somehow staying alive to fight another day. Now, finally, all those doubts have been laid to rest. Fo

Fringe: Worlds Apart Review by Kurt Anthony Krug, TV Critic
(April 29, 2012)
Before we get started, FOX announced that Fringe has been renewed for a fifth and final season of 13 episodes on April 26. That’s excellent news!!! WOOHOOO!!! Thank you, FOX, for doing the right thing. Maybe we’ll see a continuation of last week’s

Sherlock Series to PBS by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(April 26, 2012)
The BBC’s smash hit Sherlock will return to American television in May. We here at Mania recognize this as one of the best shows on television. If you haven’t discovered the series yet you have plenty of time to do so. The first series (or season as we

Fringe Review: Letters of Transit by Kurt Anthony Krug, TV Critic
(April 22, 2012)
One of the series’ trippiest episodes occurs with a preface that the Observers invaded Earth in 2015 (they time-traveled from 2069 because they poisoned the planet as it’s later revealed in the episode). Now in 2036 – yet another alternate future in

TV Wasteland: Wesley, Felicia Day, and Some Cat Named Cage by Rob Vaux, Columnist and Critic
(April 22, 2012)
This week’s highlights include a Guild mistress on Supernatural, a TNG veteran on The Big Bang Theory and too much Nicolas Cage for comfort. Let’s get to it!

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