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We’re All Stories in the End – Multiverse Theories

We’re All Stories in the End – Multiverse Theories

Everyone has a take on universal theories. Mine is a version of the multiverse theory. Multiverse theories have been around since ancient Greece and are popular in entertainment. Here, we combine them and dive into a fun verse where anything you can imagine exists. We...

For a Multiverse Saga to Work, the Rules Must be Consistent

For a Multiverse Saga to Work, the Rules Must be Consistent

On the 2nd of May, 2008, Jon Favreau’s Iron Man was released, kickstarting what we now know as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or MCU. In November of that same year, the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z Vol 1. #5 was released, which assigned the MCU the reality designation of Earth-199999, as opposed to the designation given to the Prime Marvel Universe in which the Marvel comics are set in, Earth-616. This not only firmly established the MCU as part of Marvel’s greater Multiverse, but it also provided a way of categorising it into the larger library of titles produced by Marvel. This was what fans and Marvel referred to the universe as for a while until a certain film came along and changed that, but we’ll get onto that later. Despite this, however, the MCU didn’t seem too concerned with delving deep into the idea of alternate universes, largely focused on telling the story of the Avengers in Phase 1. In Phase 2, however, things began to change, they began to…expand.

RL STINE… COMICS?!

RL STINE… COMICS?!

RL Stine made our childhood. You'd be hard-pressed to find someone who wasn't exposed to the "Goosebumps" series. As a teen, some of us migrated to the "Fear Street" series as well. Now, we're going to have some comics from the legend himself. The new series, aptly...

COMICS

GUN HONEY: BLOOD FOR BLOODY BRILLIANT

GUN HONEY: BLOOD FOR BLOODY BRILLIANT

The long wait is over, and the award-winning Charles Ardai, co-founder of Hard Case Crime, is back with the second series of Gun Honey. Yes, the lovely Joanna Tan is back to grace the covers and pages of a new action-packed thrill ride of epicness. Why so excited?...

Previously on Barbaric (First Arc)

Previously on Barbaric (First Arc)

(NOTE: This is a refresher from the first arc of Barbaric and the title’s recent one-shot, Barbaric: Harvest Blades #1, along with a spoiler-free review of Barbaric: Axe to Grind #1. If you didn’t actually read the first arc of Barbaric and Barbaric: Harvest Blades...

20th Century Men: Image Comic Review

20th Century Men: Image Comic Review

20th Century Men is Image Comics newest miniseries. At it's core, it is an alternate history of the happenings of Cold War. Super Soldiers and international politics take center stage in this opening, and there is a lot to unpack in the first edition. Written by:...

BOOKS

Mezo Battle at Coban Rock Issue 4 (of 5) Volume 2

Mezo Battle at Coban Rock Issue 4 (of 5) Volume 2

As mentioned before, previous issues tell a story. But it is in Issue 4 of Mezo Battle at Coban Rock the loose strings begin to tie together. You know, the little tiny bits that both the writer and artist sneak in every so now and again! Mezo Battle at Coban Rock...

Mezo Battle at Coban Rock Issue 3 (of 5) Volume 2

Mezo Battle at Coban Rock Issue 3 (of 5) Volume 2

Previous issues, they all lead to this very issue. Issue 3, The Battle at Coban Rock. Issues 1 and 2, they are truly the prelude to this one.    Mezo Battle at Coban Rock Issue 3 (of 5) Volume 2 (Review) The Battle! A Wave Blue World Writer: Tyler...

Yashahime: Princess Half Demon

Yashahime: Princess Half Demon

Yashahime: Princess Half Demon Volume 1 (Review) YashaHime: Princess Half-Demon is a continuation of the original story InuYasha. And, both are highly popular television series, just like Naruto! The story: The setting is in modern Japan, where we meet Towa. A highly...

Tech

Review: Swagtron eB11 ebike

Review: Swagtron eB11 ebike

I don’t know a whole lot about bikes. I grew up on a single speed. As an adult, I had no need or desire to own a bike. But, now that my kids are old enough to ride bikes, and gas prices are through the roof, owning a bike makes a lot of sense to me. There are two...

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro Giveaway

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro Giveaway

Want to win one of 2021's best gaming laptops? TheGWW.com is joining forces with Lenovo and TechAdventure to bring you an amazing giveaway. Who wants a free lenovo legion laptop!? How it works: Like & Share This TweetFollow @TheGWWSubscribe to Tech...

Entertainment

We’re All Stories in the End – Multiverse Theories

We’re All Stories in the End – Multiverse Theories

Everyone has a take on universal theories. Mine is a version of the multiverse theory. Multiverse theories have been around since ancient Greece and are popular in entertainment. Here, we combine them and dive into a fun verse where anything you can imagine exists. We...

Rings of Power vs House of the Dragon?

Rings of Power vs House of the Dragon?

Two of the biggest shows of 2022 (Maybe ever) release two weeks apart. HBO's House of the Dragon August 21, 2022 and the Amazon Original The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Sept 2,2022. Both have Dragons, both cost millions and millions of dollars to produce,...

Gaming

Why You Always Save Your SpreadSheets

Why You Always Save Your SpreadSheets

XEL, from Assemble Entertainment, has a lot in common with Excel, from Microsoft. Excel was designed with similarities and as a rival to Lotus 123. XEL defintly has remants of games that came before it. They both also feature empty spaces waiting to be populated. But...

Silly Little SPonge

Silly Little SPonge

Do you ever get tired of those AAA titles? Where you're running low on health, wondering if you'll survive. As you struggle to make it to the next save point, will you make it in time? Make no mistake, I get the urge to get lost in an open ended fantasy world. These...

Wonder Boy Collection (Review)

Wonder Boy Collection (Review)

Wonder Boy has a storied history. Starting in arcades and moving to Sega consoles, Wonder Boy evolved during the 1980's and 1990's. The Wonder Boy Collection by Bliss Brain and ININ collects part of that history and evolution. The 4 games in the collection reflect...

MADiSON (review)

MADiSON (review)

Down every hallway, behind every Virgin Mary statue, after every camera flash. There will be something that will haunt you. MADiSON is a first person phycological horror game full of puzzles and jump scares. Both can be fun and scary, but both can also be...

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