American Horror Story is undoubtedly one of the best shows on TV, except for the last season and that whole Roanoke mess. But I digress. It’s one of the most memorable television events there’s been in some time, especially when it comes to pushing the envelope with horror entertainment. What better series to collect Funko Pops of? Here are some of the best ones out there!
It’s been a little over a week since Nintendo Switch and Wii U owners worldwide finally got to take in the majesty of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Okay, not everyone enjoyed the game that much, and that’s totally fine. But I adored the game, and so did plenty of others. Fortunately, Nintendo seems to realize just how special this break from Zelda tradition really is.
Horror is a genre that feels underrepresented in comic books. That isn’t to say that there are not horror comics because there are, but horror is like comedy, which is to say that its very hard to pull off well in a comic book. Archie Comics is the last publisher that one would associate with the genre, but their track record in the past few years has shown that they are capable of pulling it off. The Hangman from Archie’s Dark Circle brand and Sabrina the Teenage Witch from a couple of years ago were both great little series that proved that the publisher could do it. Here, with the Jughead: The Hunger One-Shot the publisher does it again, with writer Frank Tieri returning from the Hangman, and artist Michael Walsh.
Science fiction blurs the lines between fact and fantasy, creating a world often just out of our reach—until now.
On the lookout for some steep discounts on electronics? You’re in luck! To celebrate their third anniversary, the folks over at GearBest are running a massive sale. Be it a tablet, laptop, or VR headset, there’s a deal here for just about everyone. But these discounts won’t last long, so you’ll need to act fast.
In a classic case of bad news being dumped on a Friday night, last week the sorta fake sorta real money Bitcoin lost about 20 percent of its value following a rejection by the Security and Exchange Commission. Famous Social Network villains the Winklevoss twins had proposed the idea of a Bitcoin Trust that would have tracked the currency and rewarded investors. But the Securities and Exchange Commission rejected the idea because of just how unstable and unregulated the internet dough is.