THE WALKING DEAD [NYCC 2019 / Season 10 Premiere Review]: Very Much Alive.

Moody writing an article on The Walking Dead... That's new. Actually, the last time yours truly covered anything TWD was during my freelance days for the NY Daily News-- so it's only fitting that a return to the AMC zombie apocalypse would happen in Manhattan this past weekend during New York Comic-Con. At Madison Square …

THE WALKING DEAD [Season 9 Premiere Review]: Greatful Dead.

Time has passed and much has changed, yet life remains a challenge for Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his crew. Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) remains incarcerated in Alexandria, the Kingdom may soon be coronating Queen Carol (Melissa McBride), the Sanctuary turns to Darryl (Norman Reedus) for leadership while the Hilltop flourishes under the guidance of …

TALES from the BORDERLANDS [First Screenshots]: Follow the Buzzards!

Call it a dysfunctional marriage made in functional heaven. Tales from the Borderlands comes from the brilliant minds of Telltale Games, the same kick ass peeps who delivered us the riveting -- and award-winning -- The Walking Dead game and the more recent Wolf Among Us series (based on Bill Willingham's Fables). If you know …

SDCC Wrap-Up [Podcast]: ‘Til We Meet Again!

We're back with more Troy Baker Talk! .............................................................................................................................................................nah. Kinda. Shit. This was our first San Diego Comic-Con together as a team, together as GHG, and here's our first ever Wrap-Up Roundtable for thee! "Sister" Sherice's Pieces, "Reverend" Joe Rivera, "Minister" Gabe Carrasco, Lance Paul "The Apostle", Derek "Divine" Vigeant, Travis "Monsignor" Moody, and, our newest clergygal, Nicole "Fallen Angel" …

RIPTIDE [Review]: This ‘Island’ will certainly leave you.. Sinking Dead!

Dead Island: Riptide starts off with an escape. And, friends, that’s exactly what you’ll feel like doing within the first couple hours of play -- hours you will certainly never, ever get back. This weak sequel, to what was an already addictive, inventive game, is nothing less than trivial. Due to an overwhelming -- and …