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The Best Video Game Soundtracks of All Time

Every great game needs a solid soundtrack, but these go above and beyond.

By Stephen Lovely

The Portalist's Guide to Getting into Star Wars

Want to get into this Star Wars thing, but don't know where to start? The Portalist has got your back.

By Stephen Lovely

Geek Gifts: The Portalist's Guide

These geek gifts are sure to please the sci-fi or fantasy fans in your life.

By Carolyn Cox

10 Major Differences Between The Walking Dead Comics and the Show

The Walking Dead TV series has diverged from its source material in some major ways.

By Brock Cooper

What to Watch While You Wait for the “Assassin’s Creed” Movie

Assassin's Creed has a chance to finally prove that movies based on video games can be quality entertainment.

By Justin Andress

Interview: Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire Face Their Fears in “A.D.: After Death”

Like most of us humans, Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire are pretty afraid of death.

By Carolyn Cox

It’s Time to Stop Fearing the Reboot: 6 Reboots We’d Actually Like to See

Nothing can destroy the glory of our favorite films, and the chance to see some killer sequels and reboots is pretty tantalizing.

By The Portalist

“Steven Universe” Is the Perfect Cartoon for Adults

Rebecca Sugar’s gay sci-fi masterpiece has achieved what some thought was impossible: a show kids and their parents can enjoy together in harmony.

By Sam Riedel

Player-Created Maps for “Minecraft” Inspired by Sci-Fi and Fantasy Worlds

Explore maps for Minecraft that feature Middle Earth, Hogwarts, or galaxies far, far, away.

By Stephen Lovely

How “Battlestar Galactica” Brought Me Back to Earth

Sometimes, the option for escapism becomes a need: when my sister died, I needed it. Desperately.

By Madeleine Deliee

The 6 Best Alien Movies Like Arrival

Here are six of the best alien movies out there that take a fresh, intelligent look at what might happen when aliens finally visit our corner of the galaxy.

By Carolyn Cox

7 Classic Fantasy Games that Revolutionized the Genre

These classic, standout games deserve recognition for helping the genre level up.

By Terrence Dalton

5 Times “Sailor Moon” Taught Me the Difference Between Empowerment and Strength

If Usagi has taught us anything, it's this: Being vulnerable is not a flaw.

By Sam Riedel

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