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Appy’s Favorite Hero: Delsin Rowe

August 28, 2014 |

It’s human nature to have a hero. Our reasons may differ, be it because of the deeds they’ve done, how much of you you see in this character, or simply because you adore this person beyond words. For me and … Read More

Opinion: ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’ Made for Fans First

August 28, 2014 |

Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has been out in the open for the better part of a week now, giving fans ample opportunity to hit their local movie house and bask in its … Read More

Game Review: SteamWorld Dig (Wii U)

August 27, 2014 |

If ever there were a reluctant hero, it is Image & Form’s steambot, Rusty. Like adventure, pickaxes, mysterious tech and ancient secrets? Well gather ’round y’all, I got a game for you.

Growing up in Colorado I am no stranger … Read More

Opinion: DC Females Worthy of a YA Novel Series

August 27, 2014 |

On Tuesday, DC Women Kicking Ass reported that after a turbulent development process, the proposed Lois Lane young adult (YA) novel series is set to release this fall. The series will follow a teenaged Lois through her high school years … Read More

Daily Crate Slam Book: Hottest Gaming Guys

August 26, 2014 |

The world of video games is full of lovely ladies, but did you know it is also full of equally hot guys? It totally is. The women of The Daily Crate are here to give you the definitive list of … Read More

Wallet Defense Force: Robocraft

August 26, 2014 |

As a huge fan of the mecha genre, I’ve always wanted a game that would allow me to build the robot of my dreams. Robocraft lets you build pretty much everything except for walking robots, and it feature hundreds of … Read More

Comic Review: Tomb Raider #7

August 25, 2014 |

I don’t know about you, but there are few things I love more than reading a comic and asking what the fuck is going on with almost every page turn. As such, Tomb Raider #7 is my absolute favorite comic … Read More

Super Smash Bros. Character Showdown – Sonic vs. Mega Man

August 25, 2014 |

Last week here on The Daily Crate, we featured a very unique showdown, to say the least. On one side of the rumble, we got to take a closer look at the legendary Princess Zelda, hailing from the Hyrule Kingdom. … Read More

Movie Review: Magic in the Moonlight

August 25, 2014 |

Like him or hate him, Woody Allen has brought more than 40 films to the screen, most (thought not all) to critical acclaim. His is a remarkable career, spanning just a shade under fifty years. He’s created his own genre, … Read More

The Nostalgia of Nintendo: The 8-bit Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

August 24, 2014 |

Back in the day of the NES era, there were two types of games: fun games and impossibly hard games. Okay, well I suppose that there were games that people just didn’t like or didn’t ever play, but since all … Read More

Attending My First PAX: Anticipation, Expectations and Fears

August 23, 2014 |

In less than a week, the entire video game industry (or so it seems) will all converge, once again in one central location to talk about, show off, demonstrate, play, experience, learn, write about, wait for and hopefully enjoy all … Read More

Trailer Rally: Miss Meadows, Automata, ’71, Men, Women & Children, Open Windows

August 22, 2014 |

A teacher with a secret, an insurance investigator with a mystery, and a superstar with a big problem make us this week’s round-up of the most eye catching trailers. Here are the ones you need to see and, as always, … Read More

Comic Review: Sons of Anarchy #12

August 22, 2014 |

Last time, I was worried that this new arc in the Sons of Anarchy comic series would be boring and all-together awful since it doesn’t appear to have an active link to any storyline from the show (other than Jax, and … Read More

Lou’s Favorite Hero: Simon Belmont

August 22, 2014 |

There are heroes, classic heroes that echo through the great hall in my mind. Their glittering statues are effigies of righteousness and hope. There is one statue that I stop and bow to, light those little sticks of incense and … Read More