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Funny Pop Culture Birthday Cards on Etsy

April 6, 2017

Lately, we’ve been writing more business oriented articles, so today we wanted to loosen things up a bit. Are you searching for a funny birthday card for a pop culture aficionado? We’ve compiled some birthday cards from incredible Etsy artists that might help.  Enjoy! Dwight Schrute (The Office) Birthday Card This downloadable birthday card of […]

Marvel Introduces New Hip Hop Inspired Album Cover Art

September 15, 2016

The comic mammoth, Marvel, has shared more incredible rap variants, giving props to Kevin Gates, Chance The Rapper, LL Cool J, Wu-Tang Clan, Big Daddy Kane, and Salt-N-Pepa. Back in 2015, Marvel introduced the Hip Hop Variants collection, featuring 50 comic book covers reimagined as classic and contemporary rap album covers. The original collection drew inspiration […]

Rocky Artwork by Sylvester Stallone Himself

December 5, 2015

I proudly grew up watching Rocky movies. As a kid, I most fondly remember Rocky 3, but of course, the original Rocky movie is the most original and critically acclaimed of the franchise (and my personal favorite). I know many people mock the film’s growing saga, but I’ve alway nostalgically enjoyed each installment. The new […]

Netflix Jessica Jones Review and Artwork

November 22, 2015

As an avid Marvel comic collector back in the 90’s, I just barely missed the introduction of Jessica Jones in 2001’s Alias #1. Recently, Netflix launched a new widely anticipated series, Jessica Jones, starring the character, which has been an exceptional alternative to the typical Marvel family friendly climate. This gritty, and very adult-themed, saga […]

Star Wars 7 Poster and Trailer is Here But Where’s Luke?

October 18, 2015

For the last couple days, rumors have been floating that a new Star Wars: The Force Awakens film poster would arrive on October 18th followed by a full-length trailer on October 19th during Monday Night Football on ESPN. Those rumors first started at io9.com, but it didn’t take long to garner the attention of comicbook.com, screenrant.com, […]

The Best Scenes in Ant-Man’s First Movie

July 19, 2015

Despite EW’s rating of a B, I did not expect to like the movie, Ant-Man. Paul Rudd as a superhero? No way. Although there were some dull moments, the movie actually pleases. Paul Rudd (Knocked Up, Anchorman) and Michael Douglas (Wall Street, Basic Instinct) certainly carried this movie, but the easter eggs, the banter, the action […]

Tomorrowland Was Terrific and So Is This Artwork

May 26, 2015

This past weekend, I reluctantly carried my children to see Disney’s Tomorrowland. Online reviews and critics were mixed about the movie and Rotten Tomatoes was sitting at a mediocre 50% which is a low grade in my opinion. Also, the initial trailers were not exactly emulating movie mojo here. But, it was Memorial Day weekend, and it […]

Legos Awakens the Force with Tribute Star Wars Posters

April 14, 2015

A few days ago, many online blogs showed off new posters from Legos that pay tribute to the Star Wars movie franchise. Of course, the release of these posters seem to coincide with the eagerly anticipated (and long overdue) digital release of the complete collection of Star Wars movies. These designs were inspired by Drew […]

Awesome Age of Ultron Artwork

March 24, 2015

Why some of us are so obssessed with a rising Apocalypse, I will never know, yet I love it. The upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron will explore artificial intelligence and technology’s impact on humanity, a storyline that dates back to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, one of the earliest examples of known science fiction. I guess we […]

Walking Dead Posters You’ll Kill For

March 11, 2015

In our humble opinion, AMC’s 5th season of The Walking Dead is having an incredibly delicious year: Amazing story, top notch acting and incredible zombie scenes. This week AMC announced a companion series that will debut later this year. That series was already renewed for a second season despite not even being aired yet. More human […]