So, did everyone have a good Thanksgiving who celebrated it? We do hope so, and we do hope we can help you continue to elongate that festive, fun feeling with this week’s ten-to-takeaway from the past week’s posts:
- As is now the norm, a good few of our regular columns hot the list. We’ll start with last week’s Review Round Up which you read up on here.
- Then there was Richard Bruton’s weekly preview of 2000 AD here.
- The ICE-Cast Live, which we host every Saturday as part of our dedicated weekend schedule made the list as myself and Chris Ball reviewed this year’s Thought Bubble. Catch it here.
- Ben Martin’s Franchise Explosion (Or Implosion) took a deep and highly informative look back at The Matrix ahead of the new fourth instalment. Read up on it here.
- Moving away from our regular columns and onto other news items from the pop cultural landscape and we brought you news that Mondo Music was releasing a 3-disc coloured vinyl LP of The Wizard of Oz soundtrack. Read all about it here, and grab a copy while you can. It’s limited edition, but you can still pre-order a copy as of time of writing.
- As it is Thanksgiving over on your side of the side, it’s as good a time as any to consider holiday gifts. Even if it’s just ideas for your own holiday wish list. Brendan M. Allen gives you some suggestions in part one (of two) of our Comicon Holiday Shopping Guide here.
- Sticking with the Thanksgiving theme, and our EiC, Erik Amaya, posted news of this year’s Mystery Science Theatre 3000’s Turkey Day Marathon here.
- Looking forward to December and Erik posted his top picks for Netflix, with The Witcher Season 2 and Cobra Kai Season 4 topping the suggestions list. Read up on the full list of top picks here.
- And talking about Netflix, Tito W James gave us his review for new anime League of Legends: Arcane here.
- On the gaming front, and to round off this week’s list, Gary Catig brought us news of The King of Fighters Allstar/Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2 collaboration here.
Well, that’s your lot for another week. Well, almost. And seeing as it was Thanksgiving, I’ll leave with a classic Warner Bros. Loony Tunes, featuring Daffy Duck in ‘Daffy Duck and Tom Turk’. Have a good one, everyone!