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  • Snap Ships: Construct Your Science Fiction Dreams August 2, 2021
    Whether you are a parent who wants to share their love for science fiction with their kids or someone who is just looking for something to get the creative juice flowing, Snap Ships could be the answer. Recently it seems that every rich man on Earth is heading off to space. The mysteries of that […]
    Deville Louw
  • Casting a Gargoyles Live-Action Movie August 2, 2021
    Remember Gargoyles? Isn’t it time we had a live-action film based on the popular Disney series? Let’s imagine what a Gargoyles movie would look like. One of the darkest animated Disney franchises of the nineties is long overdue to get the live-action revival treatment. Gargoyles deviated from the classic cutesy formulas we’ve seen in so […]
    Staff Writer
  • PUMA Spectra Brings Colourway Update to Running Shoes August 2, 2021
    Earlier this year, PUMA announced its next-generation PUMA Nitro series, which included the Deviate Nitro. The shoes brought with it the introduction of PUMA’s carbon-plate technology. The pack has received a welcome update, with the brand launching the PUMA Spectra range. For the Spectra range, PUMA has introduced two main silhouettes, the Deviate Nitro Spectra, […]
    Evan Saunders
  • Ninja Turtles Toys: How TMNT Inspired a Generation August 2, 2021
    Think of the ’80s and what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Action figures. From He-Man and the Masters of the Universe to Transformers, it’s difficult to not get caught up in the nostalgia and hype of the franchises. But rest assured, none had as much of a cultural impact as the Ninja Turtles […]
    Sergio Pereira
  • Jensen Ackles: The Long Halloween Proves He IS The CW’s Batman July 31, 2021
    When most DC fans think of Jensen Ackles, they remember his time as Jason Todd/Red Hood in Batman: Under the Red Hood. He put in a performance for the ages, establishing himself as the quintessential voice of the antihero. What’s more, there was even a drive for him to portray the character in a live-action […]
    Sergio Pereira
  • Worst Comic Book Movie Villains To Grace The Big Screen July 31, 2021
    We've compiled a list of some of the worst comic book movie villains. Yes, Lenny Luthor, The Mandrin, Venom and Laurel Hedare are included. Written by Staff Writer
    Staff Writer
  • Sportscene Launches Canal Walk Superstore July 30, 2021
    There’s no doubt that the streetwear community, which includes sneakerheads, is growing rapidly in South Africa. Branded clothing and shoes are everywhere. However, one retailer seems to be leading the movement. TFG‘s Sportscene seems to be at the forefront of breaking new ground and incorporating new trends. It’s no surprise then that their newly renovated […]
    Staff Writer
  • The Suicide Squad: Win A Movie Hamper July 30, 2021
    The reviews are here and it seems James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad is a hit with critics and has done enough to erase the memories of DC’s 2016 movie of the same name. The reboot/sort-of-sequel promises lots of laughs, over-the-top action and great performances by an impressive ensemble cast. To celebrate the upcoming The Suicide […]
    Staff Writer
  • Converse x DRKSHDW Rebels Against the Ubiquitous with the Chuck 70 July 30, 2021
    A few days back, Converse dropped its Converse X Space Jam collection. Having partnered with Warner as part of the Space Jam: A New Legacy collaboration, the pack aimed to inspire a new generation. This week, the brand has partnered with fashion designer, Rick Owens, for the Converse x DRKSHDW collection. In keeping with the […]
    Evan Saunders
  • David Dastmalchian: That Unknown Superhero Movie Guy July 30, 2021
    Over the course of the last fifteen years or so, there’s only been a handful of actors who can claim to have appeared in both the Marvel Cinematic Universe and DC Extended Universe. There’s even fewer actors who can claim to have appeared in one of those franchises more than once as two different characters. […]
    Staff Writer
  • Made in Abyss: What We Expect From The Live-Action Movie July 30, 2021
    Do we really need a live-action adaptation of Made in Abyss? We’re not sure but we’re getting one. Made in Abyss is an Adventure anime series, adapted from the manga of the same name, produced by Media Factory, and was handled by Studio Kinema Citrus, which is famous for making anime series such as The […]
    Staff Writer
  • Fallout 76: Steel Reign Closes the Brotherhood of Steel Chapter July 30, 2021
    All good things must come to an end! Venturing forth into the Appalachian Wasteland, Fallout 76: Steel Reign marks the final chapter of the “Brotherhood of Steel” storyline. Discover brand-new locations and gear, while you put your Legendary Modules to good use! In celebration of the event, Bethesda sent us a locker filled with goodies […]
    Staff Writer
  • PUMA and Happy Art Movement Drop PUMA x BRITTO Collection July 29, 2021
    Following last week’s collab with Mercedes AMG Petronas F1, PUMA has teamed up with the founder of the Happy Art Movement, Romero Britto. The announcement sees the drop for the PUMA x BRITTO collection. The collection is set to bring artwork to life, with a colourful mix of footwear and apparel. Britto is known for […]
    Evan Saunders
  • Legend of the White Dragon: The Power Rangers Get A Mature Upgrade July 29, 2021
    Power Rangers alum Jason David Frank (the Green Ranger from the Mighty Morphin’ franchise) is currently working hard on a Bat in the Sun (Super Power Beat Down) project called Legend of the White Dragon, what could be considered a mature reimagining of the Power Rangers universe. With Legend of the White Dragon currently filming, […]
    Staff Writer
  • Disney’s Jungle Cruise: Dwayne Johnson Thinks Emily Blunt Is the Female Indiana Jones July 29, 2021
    The hype for Disney’s Jungle Cruise is getting real. With the adventure film about to drop in theatres around the world, the press cycle has started to warm up. At the international press junket, there were several revelations made by Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Jack Whitehall, and Édgar Ramírez. Johnson explained how he desperately wanted […]
    Sergio Pereira
  • Arcadegeddon Confirms Support For AMD FSR Technology July 29, 2021
    The new AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (AMD FSR) was announced on 1 June 2021 with promises to revolutionise gaming performance and image quality. Those promises were delivered to rejoicing fans on its release, the 22nd of June. It’s a free update to the following AMD hardware that most gamers already own: Radeon RX 6000 RX […]
    Staff Writer
  • Forget the Movies – A Live-Action GI Joe TV Show Is the Only Option Now July 28, 2021
    Snake Eyes was meant to serve as a restart for the GI Joe franchise. However, the lacklustre critical and fan reception, coupled with the poor box office performance, indicates that this reboot might be dead on arrival. Paramount Pictures seems adamant that it wants to make this franchise happen, but isn’t it time to consider a […]
    Sergio Pereira
  • Why David Boreanaz Didn’t Play Batman July 28, 2021
    When you think of David Boreanaz, it’s either Angel from Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Bones that comes to mind. He’s established himself as a TV star since the late ’90s and become a recognisable face to most viewers around the world. But there was a moment in time when David Boreanaz was almost cast […]
    Sergio Pereira
  • Snap Ships Review: LANCE SV-51 Scout & GLADIUS AC-75 Drop Ship July 28, 2021
    LEGO has always been seen as the gold standard for modular building systems but recently more toy companies have started to develop their own unique modular building systems and toys. The latest of these is Snap Ships from Play Monster. As the name implies, these aren’t your regular toy space ships. Instead, each spaceship is […]
    Deville Louw
  • CLCKR Phone Stand Review – Convenience You Never Knew You Needed July 27, 2021
    We are inundated with new gadgets for our smartphones. Whether its an extended battery, phone cover or case, some audio extension and everything else in between, there’s quite a bit to choose from. In recent years, we’ve seen an exponential growth of the popsocket. While the device may be useful, I’ve always considered it very […]
    Evan Saunders