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Elliott Dunstan

Elliott Dunstan is a semi-professional Canadian nerd with a special talent for reading way too fast, spouting weird trivia, and latching emotionally onto that minor character with a one-liner in the second episode. Elliott was born in 1995 and is mildly annoyed by this.

JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE Sequel Officially Underway

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has confirmed via Instagram that the sequel to box office smash 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' is underway.https://www.instagram.com/p/BkEc_cvF6qj/?utm_source=ig_embedIt's nice to...

INTERVIEW: Mharz Talks About CHAMPS Comic

The great thing about a medium like webcomics is it can be used for anything, and any story, and that’s precisely what our interviewee of the day has done with Champs. Mharz joins us today from the Philippines to talk about her webcomic, which follows a lesbian boxer as she pursues a fellow ring fighter who’s won her heart.

James McAvoy Cast in ‘His Dark Materials’ BBC Series

James McAvoy, beloved by geek culture for his role as young Professor Xavier in the X-Men film series, is playing Lord Asriel in the BBC’s new adaptation of His Dark Materials. After a failed movie attempt in 2007, fans have been worried that Philip Pullman’s fantasy trilogy would never see the screen again. However, James McAvoy joins a growing and well-established cast in what is shaping up to be an excellent version of Pullman’s work.
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INTERVIEW: Melissa Capriglione and Clara W. on FALCONHYRSTE

Webcomics come in all colors, and Melissa Capriglione and Clara W.’s collaboration project Falconhyrste is a dazzling array of them. From bright blues and pinks to a diverse set of skin tones and vibrant expressions, the fantasy webcomic makes a point of popping off the page.

The SENSE8 Special Finale Looms: Predictions For The End

On June 8, just over a year since its cancellation and then the abrupt revival, the Sense8 special finale is coming to Netflix. After two jaw-dropping seasons of unraveling mystery, will a two-hour special be enough to wrap up the loose ends and bring closure to all eight sensates?

The Tapas Creator Incubator Program – A Red Flag Contract

Almost exactly a year ago, Tapas Media – host of Tapastic, a platform for up and coming webcomics – attempted to add the ‘right of first refusal’ clause to their terms of service. Now a year later, there’s more controversy about a new project of theirs; the Tapas Creator Incubator Program.

Five Abandoned Webcomics (That Are Still Fun Reads)

Webcomics are a great, fun thing to read online, especially when they update every day. Sometimes, they even reach the end of their planned...
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Queer Characters in Jeph Jacques’ QUESTIONABLE CONTENT

Ever since 2012, there's been a dramatic shift when it comes to queer characters - there's slowly more and more of them in TV shows, movies, books, but most prominently in webcomics.

Seven Completed Webcomics Worth Reading

Webcomics are great and free to read, but the problem with anything you can read for free is that they sometimes end unexpectedly. Otherwise,...

Five Different Takes on the Post-Apocalyptic Nightmare

It's no secret that the apocalypse is 'in' right now, and has been for a long time. Between The Hunger Games, The Maze Runner, and the resurgence...

‘Sense8’ Renewed for a Two-Hour Special

The power of social media and fandom asserts itself once again - after its brutal cancellation at the beginning of June, fans have gotten Sense8...
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Neil Marshall’s ‘Hellboy’ Reboot R-Rated, Low on CGI

According to Mick Garris's Post Mortem podcast, Neil Marshall's Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen intends on differentiating itself from its predecessors (directed by Guillermo del Toro). NEIL MARSHALL'S HELLBOY Neil Marshall...

Millenials and Digital Comics: What Makes Webcomics Important?

Webcomics, as a medium, are pretty young. The first online comic (according to T. Campbell) was Hans Bjordahl's Where the Buffalo Roam in 1991, and...

Saying Goodbye to ‘Octopus Pie’: Meredith Gran Ends OP after Ten Years

After ten years, Meredith Gran is ending her slice-of-life webcomic Octopus Pie. Set in New York City, OP followed the adventures and existential musings...

Why Netflix Canceling Sense8 On The First Day of Pride Month Is A Big...

In a move that seems designed to annoy a good chunk of its fanbase, Netflix cancelled Sense8 on June 1st, the first day of Pride Month.Sense8, directed...

Sense8: Season Two Episode Two Brings Back The Gang

After a Christmas special that revealed the consequences of Season One, Sense8 Season Two kicks things off with a bang in S2E2, "Who Am...

Five Webcomics Featuring Asexual Characters And Issues

Webcomics have made massive strides in representation all across the board, and asexuality is no exception. Asexuality - being sexually attracted to nobody or...

Ottawa Comiccon 2017: Winding Down on Sunday

Ottawa Comiccon 2017 ran from May 12th-14th, and Sunday the 14th marked the final day of OCC. While many of the cosplayers had cleared...

Tapas Media Adds ‘Right Of First Refusal’ To Webcomics Terms of Service

Webcomics are a young and rowdy medium, and in recent years, Tapastic (recently rebranded as Tapas.io and owned by Tapas Media) has become a hub...
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Ottawa Comiccon 2017: Saturday Brings the Crowds

The second day of OCC 2017 was much busier than the first, full to bursting with cosplayers attending for the masquerade, or just there...