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February 16, 2005 by Austin Gage
Ok my radio station is having a station contest. My show's contest is fairly simple. On next weeks show (Feb 23, 2005) Listen in. If you can correctly identify what movies the .wavs are from you will win this

The 6th book in the Harry Potter series.

Or you cold bribe the hell outta me with cheap taudry sex. Either way you win!!!

So tune in to Metal Urge on Wednesday feb 23, 2005 at 10pm EST ...
January 1, 2005 by Austin Gage
Time to wash away our sins and begin the year anew. Happy New Year everyone. I hope this year is better than last year for all of us.
August 15, 2004 by Austin Gage
People are fucking idiots. Let me tell you why.Recently I went and saw Aliens vs. Predator. Now let me just tell you, as you can probably tell from all the stuff I post here, that I am a fucking geek. I mean it. I am hardcore all up in the business as much as I can possibly be. When I heard that AVP was coming out I got wet. I was so excited to see this movie. I have been a huge fan for years and years. I knew that there was no way that they were going to make an Oscar winning movie. No...
August 14, 2004 by Austin Gage
Ok so has anyone read Aliens Vs Predator: Prey. I t was part one of a series where a human female hunts with the Predators. I thought this movie was a decent retelling of that book. I didn't walk it to the theatre expecting oscar-winning performances or any semblance of a plot. All I cared about were Aliens Vs Predators and that's what I got. I keep hearing about this "hybrid" that popped out at the end. Well if the Alien that popped out of the Predators chest was a hybrid, then are the Al...
July 20, 2004 by Austin Gage
This week is the San Diego Comic Con. The biggest one of the year. My boys over at are heading down to try promote their new comic book. Go visit the site and show your support. Or go here to visit the site of their comic
July 13, 2004 by Austin Gage
Garth from Dark Horizons put this up today.

The San Diego Comic Con is not only the sight of many movie-related sneak peeks, but is quickly becoming a celebrity studded event with the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Hugh Jackman, Kate Beckinsale, Halle Berry, and pretty much every "Lord of the Rings" cast member putting in an appearance.

Well this year's line-up has been announced and some big names again will be showing their heads around the traps of the massive convention halls duri...
July 13, 2004 by Austin Gage
Written by George Romero, art by Tommy Castillo and Rodney Ramos, cover by Bernie Wrightson.

Cult movie writer/director George Romero helps kick off Toe Tags, a series of mini-series featuring the work of a number of creative luminaries from a variety of media! Best known for his trio of zombie films -- Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, and Day of the Dead -- Romero launches Toe Tags with an all-new horror classic for comics: the 6-part "The Death of Death."

Overnight, the worl...
July 13, 2004 by Austin Gage
A turning point in the history of the Green Lanterns begins here, in a 6-issue mini-series. Hal Jordan was one of the greatest heroes in the DCU until tragedy turned him into one of its greatest villains. Today, his soul searches for redemption as the Spectre. But redemption may not be what Jordan himself needs...or wants. The fates of Kyle Rayner, John Stewart, Guy Gardner, and the rest of the Green Lantern mythology unfold in this colossal tale of heroism involving the entire DCU.

40 pages...
July 13, 2004 by Austin Gage
In celebration of the 15th anniversary of the critically acclaimed Batman story that helped launch the U.S. careers of Grant Morrison and Dave McKean, DC Comics is proud to present the Arkham Asylum 15th Anniversary Edition --- a 216-page hardcover reprinting the now-classic confrontation between the Dark Knight and his archnemeses the Joker, Two-Face, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, and more in the black heart of Gotham City's house for the criminally insane.

This entertaining, experimental graphic ...
June 8, 2004 by Austin Gage
I feel like griping about the film and praising it as well so I am gonna do it here....beware

Ok first off...Overall I liked the movie. I thought the whole dark feel to it was greatly captured and shown. The new campus look was awesome. I felt that showing how big the campus was and the terrain was an awesome site. I loved the Dementors. They were just how I pictured them. Some of the scenes were so impactful I thought that the y would make great photos/posters. A lot of critic...
May 11, 2004 by Austin Gage
NINE INCH NAILS mastermind Trent Reznor has officially confirmed in
an online posting that the much-hyped TAPEWORM project — which was to
feature contributions from A PERFECT CIRCLE/TOOL frontman Maynard
Keenan and PANTERA's Phil Anselmo, among others — will probably never
see the light of day. Asked by a fan for an update on the project,
Reznor wrote on, "TAPEWORM is dead for the foreseeable
future. Let me try to explain as honestly as possible.
TAPEWORM wound up being abou...
May 3, 2004 by Austin Gage
Hey! Remember when you bought the SUFFERING and got MIDWAY ARCADE TREASURES for free? It was probably the best deal I have seen in years. You buy a game 411mania gave a 9.0 to, and you got a game we gave an 8.5 to FOR FREE! How can you beat that deal?

Well now they've done it again. When you buy NBA BALLERS, a game Pankonin gave an 8.0 too, you get MIDWAY ARCADE TREASURES for free! That's about as good a deal as it gets!

As well, if you pre order PSI-OPS, from the creators of THE SUFFERIN...
May 3, 2004 by Austin Gage
In the latest issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly, Tecmo's Team Ninja reveals that they indeed are planning a sequel to the heavily drooled over action game, Ninja Gaiden. In the magazine's "Afterthoughts" section, EGM sits down with Team Ninja's head honcho Tomonobu Itagaki for one awesome interview.

"Yes, I am planning a sequel. But first, I'm implementing some of the requests from the fans into the game program of the Master Ninja Tournament." That tourney, by the way, gets started on May 1...
May 3, 2004 by Austin Gage
SNK NEO GEO USA announced its plans for the 2004 E3 show in a few weeks. Set up at booth #546 in the South Hall, SNK NEO GEO USA will be showing off:
- King Of Fighters: Maximum Impact (PlayStation 2: September 2004)

- Metal Slug 3 (Xbox: TBA)

- SNK VS. Capcom SVC Chaos (Xbox: September 2004)

- Metal Slug & The King Of Fighters Combo (Xbox, PlayStation 2: second half 2004)

- The King Of Fighters 2002 & 2003 (Xbox, PlayStation 2: second half 2004)

- Metal Slug 4 & 5 (Xbox, P...
May 3, 2004 by Austin Gage
Sega has recently revealed that they will be making two new Shining Force games exclusively for the PS2 system. The first will be called Shining Tears, and the second is only known as Shining Force for right now. These two titles have been announced in addition to the remake of the original Genesis Shining Force on the GBA.