This was pretty much an all Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episode.
What happens when something needs to be fixed? You shouldn’t shouldn’t call Eric and Goosh.
The return of this comic makes no sense, well, it makes sense to bring it back, but I’m not sure what deep dark thoughts are going through the back of my head in this one. I might need therapy?
Thankfully, I screwed up last week, so this weeks comics are already done!
Another week, another set of comic books to blow most of your paycheck on!
Here you go movie goers, set your date nights or solo nights at the theaters today!
It’s Tuesday, and that means more Eric and Goosh! In my attempt to be more “updated” with these comics, I’m going to attempt in October to keep the comics on topics that are happening now. Let me know what you think! I write these for you. No, not you, YOU, yes, screw that other guy.
So here it is, the premiere of Fridays in FireFox. What do I plan to accomplish with this? I want to help expand everyone’s experience with my personal favourite web browser, FireFox. If you don’t already have FireFox, I highly recommend downloading it Here. FireFox is a very customizable browser, offering literally thousands of extensions, […]
I Enjoy in-game ads. Call me crazy, but I don’t mind seeing a billboard for a film or a bodyspray and believe it or not advertisements in games are nothing new.
Little Red Envelope In my mailbox this week: Unstoppable Release Year: 2010 Staring: Denzel Washington, Chris Pine, Rosario Dawson, Ethan Suplee ‘Inspired by true events’; The open words of a film that I pretty much dismissed before having even seen it. Now, I have egg on my face. It was actually a lot of fun.
You could be forgiven for thinking Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (which will again to be referred to as Assbros) was a multiplayer only game, based on the amount of press that portion of the game got over the singleplayer. While the game does have a surprisingly meaty single player component, the multiplayer component is just as […]
Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley walks the fine line between what is a fun game and a funny but average game. Initially, it veered towards the latter side and that worried me, given how good Twisted Pixel’s Splosion Man was at balancing the two factors. However, the more I played through, the more […]