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Get Ready for (and Stick with) NaNoWriMo in 6 Easy Steps!

By Eric GarneauOctober 10, 2012
Guys, NaNoWriMo (or, for the uninitiated: National Novel Writing Month) is coming up verrrry soon. For all you budding writers out there, this is the perfect chance to really put your skills to the test and see if you can create an actual book-length story ... More  →
Get Ready for (and Stick with) NaNoWriMo in 6 Easy Steps!

5 Comic Books Girls Love

By Eric GarneauSeptember 26, 2012
For better or for worse (well, just for worse), comic books have typically been hailed as a purely masculine medium. Of course, that's not true at all; any self-respecting fan can name dozens of geeky outlets that ladies love. Still, appealing to both sexes is ... More  →
5 Comic Books Girls Love

We Read Michael Bay's Ninja Turtle Script So You Don't Have To

By Eric GarneauSeptember 24, 2012
Earlier this year, The MindHut reported on Michael Bay's planned Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film reboot, which would turn the four turtle heroes from mutants into aliens and basically destroy all of our childhoods. A few weeks ago, the supposed script for that projected leaked ... More  →
We Read Michael Bay's Ninja Turtle Script So You Don't Have To

Aquaman Gets Cool Again in The Trench

By Eric GarneauSeptember 6, 2012
A year ago this month, when DC Comics rebooted its entire line of comics as "The New 52," some heads might have turned when superstar writer Geoff Johns and hot artist Ivan Reis—coming off the mega-successful Blackest Night crossover—took the reigns of a book starring ... More  →
Aquaman Gets Cool Again in The Trench

DC Introduces Controversial New Green Lantern. What Do YOU Think?

By Eric GarneauSeptember 6, 2012
In yesterday's Green Lantern #0, DC Comics introduced an all-new hero that will henceforth be wielding one of the most powerful weapons in the galaxy. His name is Simon Baz, and he's an Islamic car thief from Dearborn, MI. You can see what he's going ... More  →
DC Introduces Controversial New Green Lantern. What Do YOU Think?

DC Looks Back in Time, Hawkeye Looks Awesome, and More: New Comics for September 5

By Eric GarneauSeptember 5, 2012
BOOK OF THE WEEK: Animal Man #0: It’s “Zero Month” over at DC Comics, which means all of their books over the next four weeks are going to step back in time with releases that show how and why their main characters came to be ... More  →

Marvel's The Ultimates Vol. 1: Ultimately Confusing

By Eric GarneauAugust 30, 2012
When Marvel Comics first launched their Ultimate line of books in 2000, they were meant to be a place new readers could go to pick up stories starring iconic characters that weren't weighed down by decades of continuity. Ultimate books were touted as a back-to-basics ... More  →
Marvel's The Ultimates Vol. 1: Ultimately Confusing

The Borg Team Up with the Cyberman, Superman and Wonder Woman Get Down, and More: New Comics for 8/29

By Eric GarneauAugust 29, 2012
BOOK OF THE WEEK: Star Trek The Next Generation/Doctor Who #4: The talents of the Enterprise D crew plus Doctor Who and his companions continue to be put to the test against the allied might of the Borg and the Cybermen, but things aren't exactly ... More  →
The Borg Team Up with the Cyberman, Superman and Wonder Woman Get Down, and More: New Comics for 8/29

The MindHut Summer Movie Recap Slideshow

By Eric GarneauAugust 29, 2012
Summer is basically over, and you are probably basically back in school... or whatever else you do in the fall. Before we let the summer slip away completely, though, we thought it would be fun to revisit some of the biggest movies that came into our cineplexes over the past More  →
The MindHut Summer Movie Recap Slideshow

Swamp Thing Returns to DC Comics in Raise Them Bones

By Eric GarneauAugust 24, 2012
Alec Holland was one of the world's top botanists, and he was just about to complete his master work: a bio-restorative formula that could re-grow plant life around the planet, effectively ending famine forever. Certain dubious enemies of the project had him killed. A group ... More  →
Swamp Thing Returns to DC Comics in Raise Them Bones