Dragon Con Interview: Kevin Stallard Time Crisis Super Mario Bros. 3: Nostalgia Review Video: Top 5 Superheroes Top 5: Comic Artists

Dragon Con Interview: Kevin Stallard

The Video Game Programming Director of Dragon Con 2015, Kevin Stallard, discusses what fans can look forward at this year’s convention.

Time Crisis

Money is no longer the barrier to entry, time is.

Super Mario Bros. 3: Nostalgia Review

Do yourself a favor, and suit up with Mario again to relive one of his greatest adventures ever.

Video: Top 5 Superheroes

From pirates to ninjas, and everything in between, we countdown our Top 5 favorite heroes.

Top 5: Comic Artists

From hand painted epics to amazing storytelling…we countdown the Top 5 best comic book artists.


Sector 2814, Spider-Mobile, SNIKT. If these terms are as foreign to you as Wakanda, you have BAMFed to the right place. This section is designed to streamline your pull file and help you understand that Wednesday is the most important day of the week.



Platinum Trophies are out there waiting for you; this is the place to see that there are more games today than blocks in the Mushroom Kingdom. Master Chief has Cortana and you have Nerd Exp to help.



Movies are like television, only with better graphics, sound, stories, actors and don’t run a concept into the ground. Except for remakes, sequels and prequels. This area will help you make the most of your giant television away from home.



Nerd Exp, leveling up your Nerd IQ. Here to help you engage in the conversation and spark debate amongst fellow fans. If you want to know more and peak behind the curtain, be our guest.


Dragon Con Interview: Kevin Stallard, Director of Video Game Programming

The Video Game Programming Director of Dragon Con 2015, Kevin Stallard, discusses what fans can look forward at this year’s convention, how to find the best seat during the annual parade and how the celebrity guests are just as excited as fans to attend Dragon Con.

Does Money per Hour of Entertainment Matter?

Money matters and consumers want a good value, but its important to balance the potential enjoyment your hobbies will bring, not just the amount of time they will kill until the next release.

Entertainment ADHD

I focus my free time on comics, games, movies, anime and television (hence the kick-ass site) but not in equal measure and not always with the same ferocity. Why do interests ebb and flow from one medium to another? Is it my personal tastes that change or the products themselves? It’s a nature versus nurture question…where the stakes have never been lower.

Geek Fallacy: Get Through X, and then it’s Great

Any variation of “After the first ten hours, it gets really good” isn’t acceptable, and we shouldn’t look down on people who don’t invest the upfront hours for dividends of entertainment down the road.

Gigantic Interview with Designer Carter McBee

Gigantic is currently in alpha-production, with a beta to release in August on Windows 10 and Xbox One. Carter McBee, Gameplay Designer with Motiga, discusses the current state of Gigantic, what players can look forward to and how the community is important to the development team.

Do You Buy Physical or Digital Games?

Do you prefer to keep a collection of all the games you’ve played or a clutter-free home? Do you like to lend games to friends or would you rather never have to swap out disks? Is it better to purchase digital or physical media?