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#NYCC 2015 – Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular to hit NY

The Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular hits New York during New York Comic Con 2015! That’s right, the live Doctor Who show will be invading Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Wednesday October 7, 2015. Tickets go on sale this Friday, May 8th at Noon. “The show will be hosted by actor Michelle Gomez who portrays Missy, the latest incarnation of the […]

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Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special Event, DOCTOR WHO: THE DAY OF THE DOCTOR IN 3D

On Saturday, November 23rd, 2013, everyone’s favorite Doctor celebrated his 50th Anniversary. For any Whovian, this Saturday’s uninterrupted airing of “The Day of the Doctor” was highly anticipated. What would the Doctor face? Or more importantly, would any Doctors return? The following are my thoughts. There may be slight spoilers, so if you haven’t seen “The […]


Across the Pond: The Future of Sherlock and Doctor Who

When it comes to things that entertain most nerds and geeks, BBC’s Doctor Who and Sherlock go hand in hand. There has been quite a bit buzz popping up across the pond as of recent with these two series. BBC released their teaser trailer for the Doctor Who series 7 part 2 which will begin airing […]

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The Doctor Is In! Dr. Pepper That Is!

A Message To All You Guns N’ Roses ‘Chinese Democracy’ Doubters! Should Of Kept Your Mouth Shut!

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Loot Crate LVL UP November 2015: Unbagging The Combat Collection

Loot Crate has definitely grown rapidly. Apart for the monthly themed crates, Loot Crate also offers limited edition crates featuring franchises like Call of Duty, Doctor Who, Mass Effect and Star Wars. However, Loot Crate doesn’t stop there. In addition to the limited edition crates, members can also indulge in Loot Anime and LVL UP. LVL UP is a monthly mystery apparel […]

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Holiday Gift Guide 2015

The holidays are upon us! We all know it’s an extremely stressful trying to figure out that perfect gift, so a few flushers put together their must haves for this holiday season.

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Holiday Gift Guide 2012 – Stephanie K’s Picks

Stephanie K. travels through cyberspace in her e-TARDIS, saving humanity from the clenches of evil like bad video game purchases and poor grammar. When not saving the digital universe she is writing for RFMag, being the Lead Editor of a 3-year running independent gaming site, and wants to be a paperback writer. » Stephanie K. […]

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Forget Bowties. I Wear a Scarf; Scarves are Cool.

Ladies of the internet, do you happen to be a Whovian or a Sherlockian? Are you a gentleman trying to find the perfect gift for your companion? Well there is no need to keep searching the galaxy for all your troubles are solved with these handmade beaded scarves from BBC’s Doctor Who and Sherlock.

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Review: Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro True Wireless Earbuds

Late last month, we got the chance to attend Anker’s Soundcore press event in New York City. There, we were dazzled by their latest $149 true wireless earbud innovation, the Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro. USB-C charging and a nice feature set turned our heads, and the quick audio demo had us curious to find out […]

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Marvel: Realm of Champions Unveiled at New York Comic Con 2019

KABAM, the creators of MARVEL Contest of Champions have collaborated with Marvel Entertainment on their sequel game: MARVEL Realm of Champions. Players will experience a real-time mobile RPG as they align with 8 Marvel inspired factions known as ‘Houses’ and team up with friends in action arena combat against enemies and other players – all […]

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Laurie Anderson, Neil Gaiman Talk Muppets, ‘Omens’ and Virtual Reality

“Old Muppets are really scary,” said Neil Gaiman, recalling a 2002 stay at Jim Henson’s old home in Hampstead, England with longtime collaborator Dave McKean (Mirrormask, “The Wolves in the Walls”) that left him forever spooked by the man-made “creatures.” The author found a box of Henson’s old Muppets in the basement, and picked out a […]

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Diane Franklin: From 80s Babe to ‘Amityville’

If you were a guy growing up in the 80s, you wanted to date her; and if you were a girl, you wanted to be her. Diane Franklin first lit up the silver screen in 1982 in the Boaz Davidson coming-of-age classic The Last American Virgin, playing conflicted transfer student Karen, whose complicated love triangle […]