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Meet Rob Zombie in NYC October 11!!!

CALLING ALL GHOULS!!! Royal Flush never compromises when it comes to pleasing our fans and this time we might have out done ourselves! Come meet Heavy Metal & Horror Mastermind (and RF cover dude) ROB ZOMBIE for some  meetin’ and a greetin’ at New York City’s legendary comic book mecca, Forbidden Planet. Mr. Zombie will […]

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Film

Orlando Calrissian Lives

Are you sick and tired of reading about how George Lucas’s Star Wars movies and no shortage of merchandise have come to permeate our culture? Oh, please go screw yourself already. If you never had an obvious jones to fly the Millennium Falcon and can’t enjoy seeing fully armored stormtroopers mixing with more slave Leias […]

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Look Out San Diego, Here Comes Royal Flush

Hey Y’alls! Royal Flush is making its first ever San Diego Comic Con appearance this year and are we ever psyched!!! Head-Cat, Josh Biggity-Bernstein will be manning booth # 433 with a slew of other Flushers meetin’ and greetin’ all week long. As always, we will have new and old Flushes for sale as well […]

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Farewell ‘Our Man’ – Saying Good Bye to Harvey Pekar

As I sit down with a heavy heart to write this it is not the keyboard that my vision is focused on but what lies behind it. Three framed pages are placed proudly on my wall, each frame containing a page of the story Searchin’, written by Our Man. Above the second page sits a […]

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E3 2010: Vindictus

As soon as I heard that Nexon was coming to E3, I was thinking that maybe they were going to unveil a new game that wasn’t free. So far, I’ve seen and heard nothing but good things when it came to anything Nexon. “Maple Story” is a personal fav of mine and I can’t even […]

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Game Review Gaming

Powerball: Gamer – Does It Really Work?

Often times, I find myself shocked by what I find whenever I stray off the main path. In between E3 meetings, I found myself wandering to the far corners of the E3 floor.

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E3 E3 2010 Game Review Gaming

E3 Editor’s Choice: “Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective”

Needless to say, the Capcom booth was packed. Since I can remember, everyone loves a good fighting game and of course what had everyone gawking at theCapcom booth was “Marvel vs Capcom 3”. I, on the other hand, was captivated by this little known Nintendo DS game: “Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective”. From the beginning, you’re a corpse […]

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E3 Editor’s Choice: “Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood”

The on-going struggle between the assassins and templars has reached new heights. Ezio Auditore da Firenze is back and a little shaken up from his last encounters. However, he is still much wiser and deadlier than ever. “Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood” continues exactly from where the “Assassin’s Creed II” left off.

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Game Review Gaming

The Jesus of Suburbia Finally Hits Rock Band – Green Day Rock Band Review

From the moment the game was announced and it was revealed that you would be able to export the songs and play them in Rock Bands 1 through 3; everyone was totally excited. I could see that excitement whenever I passed by the Rock Band setup at Pax East as they were demoing Green Day: Rock Band. […]

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Don’t Be a Zero! Be a Hero! – Kung Fu Live! Preview

For a while now, if anyone talked about motion gaming, everyone would instantly think about Nintendo’s Wii. The Wii has dominated the motion gaming arena but a small group of developers are trying to change that.

I recently had the chance to talk with Teemu Mäki-patola of the Virtual Air Guitar Company and they are extremely excited about finally bringing motion gaming to the Playstation!

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News

Teenage Werewolves… from San Antonio?

Far be it for me to call people out on their predilections toward lifestyle, music choice, fashion sense, whatever. Hell, I’m barely holding my own what with my greasy hair, mutton chops and an iPod full of 4 decades of heavy metal… I really have no place ragging on anybody for their choice of lifestyle but, I do have a podium so I will do some pulpiteering.

It appears that there is a growing werewolf population in San Antonio. WAIT WAIT WAIT!!! Before you go grabbing your torch and pitchfork maybe I should rephrase this:

It appears that there is a growing “Werewolf” population in San Antonio. See what I did? I used quotation marks to indicate irony, and not the kind of irony hipsters exploit to wear tight pink unicorn t-shirts while sporting Magnum P.I. mustaches. This irony says “BULLSHIT!”

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30 Days in the Hole!

Shocking as it may be, most rock & roll songs are really secretly about ANAL! Royal Flush’s probing look into rock’s dirty past!