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Cosplay in 2017: Predictions and Trends

As the first day of spring  has come and passed another season is announced, cosplay season.  Every year around this time cosplayers start to show off the costumes they’ve been grinding on for the past months. And every year we see cosplay trends explode! With six Marvel movies, two DC films, six ...

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Top 3 Wolverine Moments // Geek Out

In honor of Hugh Jackman’s final performance as the Wolverine, I wanted to geek out about my top three Wolverine moments. Follow me on all the internets! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tguillotine Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/treyguillotine/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/treyguillotine Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/treyguillotine/ Tumblr: http://treyguillotine.tumblr.com/ Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a ...

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Marvel Collector Corps X Men December Unboxing

Marvel Collector Corps December box theme is X-Men! Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a YouTuber, and a huge nerd.

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Marvel’s Dr. Strange Review

We’re taking a somewhat different approach on this review with ToG reviewers Trey and myself both taking a stab at Marvel’s most recent release, Dr. Strange! Enjoy! Stacy:  Dr. Strange is the 14th movie in the MCU continuity, and what a divergence from the typical experience we’ve come to expect ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #14:Batgirl (The New 52) Volume 4-Wanted

Gail Simone is clearly someone who is not afraid to go dark with her work. Her story telling on Batgirl is relatable, charming, features brilliantly structured story telling, as well as magnificent portrayals of iconic DC/Batman related characters that are real and honest, but damn is it as dark and ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #13:Batgirl (The New 52) Volume 3-Death of the Family

Tying in with all the Batman titles, Death of the Family sees the return of The Joker to the Batfamily’s lives and the resulting psychological damage the character inflicts on them. Scott Snyder’s arc in the main Batman title is a superb achievement and a wonderful piece of story telling ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #12: Batgirl (The New 52) Volume 2-Knightfall Descends

Knightfall Descends, collecting issues #7-13, as well as issue #0, of Gail Simone’s run on The New 52 Batgirl, is more varied in terms of stories in comparison to the first six issues collected in The Darkest Reflection, but the variety offered here makes this second volume another engrossing read, ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #11: Batgirl (The New 52)-Volume 1:The Darkest Reflection.

The character of Barbara Gordon has one of the most emotionally pained story arcs in all of comics, probably down to it being one that was deeply intense and personality changing. The girl who was a Bat was at the heart of one of the most controversial stories in all ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #10: The Dark Knight Returns

One of the most famous comic book stories ever published, and one of two medium defining works celebrating a thirtieth anniversary this year, Frank Miler’s The Dark Knight Returns is so celebrated and admired that it almost seems redundant to even contemplate saying anything more about it, but since there ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #9: Green Arrow By Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith. Filmmaker. Writer. Comedian. Podcaster. Entertainer. Director. Geek. If you were to look any of those words up in the dictionary, chances are a little picture of him would accompany the description. Kevin Smith, you do a lot and you are everywhere. The fact that, so far, Kevin Smith ...

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DC Comics & Marvel Superhero Inspired Suits from FUN Suits

DC Comics Inspired

Do you love comic books? How about comic book inspired movies? Do you have in-depth conversations about who is a better Batman or which side of Captain America: Civil War you are on? Do you also happen to wear a suit to work? Well, if you answered YES to any of the above ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #8: Batwoman-Elegy

If there is one thing I adore in a good love story, it’s a “meet cute”. The best movies, television shows and books that dabble in that thing called love, really know how to sell the idea of a soon-to-be-couple meeting under the most adorable circumstances. Comics are no exception ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #7: Wytches-Volume 1

Chit. Chit. Chit. Of course there are no sounds in comic books, you have to use your imagination, but just seeing those words dotted throughout Volume One of Scott Snyder’s Wytches is enough to give you chills every time it appears, just one of many powerful moments throughout his Image ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #6: Batman:The Killing Joke

Part of the incredible wave of iconic 80’s comic titles that could be said to have overwhelmingly changed the medium of comic books, a wave that also includes The Dark Knight Returns, Batman:Year One as well as Watchmen, itself written by The Killing Joke‘s very own Alan Moore, going into ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #5:Batwoman New 52-Volume 4:This Blood is Thick

It is with great trepidation that one goes into the fourth volume of New 52 Batwoman, collecting issues 18-24. Why, you may ask, is that the case when, once again, the writing courtesy of Williams and Blackman is impeccable and the art work from Trevor McCarthy is outstanding, not to ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK #4: Batwoman New 52-Volume 3:World’s Finest

During the course of Batwoman:World’s Finest, the story breaks for an interlude to concentrate a little on Maggie Sawyer. During this chapter of the story, Maggie ends up in a chapel, occupied by the parents of the missing children at the heart of this volume’s story, in what can only be ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK: Daredevil by Mark Waid-Volume 1

Daredevil, aka Matt Murdock, a street level crime fighter who, thanks to the various efforts of writers as talented as Frank Miller, Brian Michael Bendis and Kevin Smith, has been depicted in dark and grim stories that are never anything less than gripping and intense and would be the blueprints ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK: Batwoman New 52-Volume 2:To Drown The World

Complex, emotionally rich and incredibly engaging, Batwoman’s New 52 run continues with greatness as the second volume, To Drown The World, taking in issues 6-11, sees writers J.H Williams III and W. Haden Blackman once again mine the character and her part of the Batman Universe with incredible story telling, ...

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COMIC FLASHBACK: Batwoman New 52-Volume 1:Hydrology

Comic books can be amazing and magical, wonderful and joyous, they can leave you wanting to keep reading, and then, amazingly, a six or seven issue collected trade paperback or hardback edition is not simply enough and you want MORE and MORE, the need to devour a character’s adventures becomes almost ...

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Should superheroes be governed? Captain America: Civil War with Super Guillory Brother Brian

Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a YouTuber, and a huge nerd.

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What impact has the Marvel Cinematic Universe had on Hollywood?

Trey Guillory Trey Anthony Guillory (a.k.a. Trey Guillotine) is an aspiring journalist, a YouTuber, and a huge nerd.

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THE X-FILES:SEASON 10-THE COMICS (ISSUES 1-5)

In 2013, The X-Files looked as if it had truly disappeared, like many a guest character encountering a UFO within the show itself. Last seen in 2008 with the release of second feature film I Want To Believe,  it looked as if Mulder and Scully had disappeared forever into the pop ...

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9 Wonder Woman Comics To Read After Seeing BvS

So you’ve seen Batman vs Superman, and you loved Wonder Woman, but you haven’t read any of her comic book titles….what should you read? Well I’ve got a list for you! These all may not be the BEST Wonder Woman comics, but I feel that they each give something a ...

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Jessica Jones Episode 2 Review

Jessica Jones is the second in a series of 4 straight-to-Netflix shows that Marvel is producing.  The series premiered November 20th, and over the next few weeks we are going to review each episode in detail.  There will be no scores for each episode, so no need to scroll to ...

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ToG at the Con – Wizard World Austin 2015

Wizard World 2015 was the con that almost was not meant to be for Temple of Geek! On Friday, I decided to take the trip to Austin Texas to head to the convention. Little did I know, Texas was being hit with a huge storm that caused many parts to ...

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Late to the Game – Wizard World 2015

On the last day of Wizard World the weather finally cleared up over the Lone Star state. Fans shuffled through the crowds like zombies, as cosplayers and trick or treaters blended together in a sea of humanity.  Of course I was there a bit later then planned. Sadly Peter Weller ...

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Toyfare Where Forth Art Thou

With the rise of “nerd” culture and this tidal wave of collectibles flooding the market, I find myself missing my old go to source for info about the latest and greatest, Toyfare magazine. Temple of Geek Contributor

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Doctor Strange Casting And Characters

DOCTOR STRANGE We all know that Doctor Strange is slowly approaching. We at least can cling to the fact that it starts filming next month, right!? So let’s get up to date on the cast! Rachel Mcadams: Rachel’s name has been tossed around for a few weeks, but is most ...

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Marvel Announces New Power Man and Iron Fist Series!

Marvel Comics has announced a new Power Man and Iron Fist series, with the story by David F. Walker and artwork by Sanford Greene. Power Man and Iron Fist is a throwback to the 1978 team-up series that later spawned the Heroes for Hire team in its various incarnations. “About a year ago or ...

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Jessica Jones Teaser Trailer!

Following the animated teaser trailer to this teaser trailer, which will invariably be followed by an actual trailer…Marvel’s Netflix exclusive series Jessica Jones has released it’s first live-action glimpse at the titular character.  Anecdotal observation:  Jessica may in fact enjoy Jack Daniels whiskey. #trailerspoiler I’m intrigued and my interest is ...

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ICYMI: Marvel’s Comic-Con International Comic Book Announcements

It’s been a week since Comic Con International San Diego has passed, and there were a few comic book announcements made from Marvel.   Marvel is currently in the middle of their Secret Wars storylines, so it isn’t much of a surprise that any information given would spoil the after events ...

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May the 4th – What To Do On Star Wars Day

May the 4th be with you is a slogan you probably heard many times today. You may be wondering why is everyone using this obviously awesome play on words? The short answer is that today is (unofficially) Star Wars Day! Now, if you find yourself wanting to celebrate Star Wars ...

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Take A Journey With Disney and LucasFilm

Are you ready to take a journey with Disney? They hope you are beginning this fall with the release of over 20 new books that are going to lead into The Force Awakens. The “Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens” publishing program will feature books and comics that will ...

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The Big Shake-up. What is Marvel Planning?

Before I get started, I would like to state on record that the information laid out before here within these words are clearly fan speculation. There has been no announcement, no secrets obtained at the cost of Bothan’s lives, and definitely no hints. The Marvel Universe is being destroyed! Those ...

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