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Tattoos in Japanese Culture

Tattoos in Japanese Culture

By Gregor Crawford 文化爆弾は素晴らしいです Nah I don’t know either. You may think the following article is going to be an article about dodgy Japanese translated tattoos, but you would be wrong my friends! The topic on hand is both deceivingly interesting and strikes a thought – tattoos in Japanese culture.

Tattoos: considering your first

Tattoos: considering your first

By Gregor Crawford So you’ve decided to go ahead with it. You’ve found a design you’re happy with, you’ve scouted for the perfect artist. It has taken a few months and a lot of saving but it’ll be worth it. You’re about to commit to one of very few things you are actually bound to … Continue reading

Blizzard Entertainment’s Diablo III out now

Blizzard Entertainment’s Diablo III out now

By Georgi Bomb Yes people, it’s finally here, Diablo III, the highly anticipated next chapter in the award-winning action-role-playing game series is now available for us all to get our grubby little paws on. It has certainly been in high demand, with more than two million pre-orders and 8000 midnight launches, this has certainly whipped … Continue reading

Book Review: The Minority Council, by Kate Griffin

Book Review: The Minority Council, by Kate Griffin

By Daniel Savage The fourth in an on-going series of London based, urban fantasy novels. The Minority Council details the continuing adventures of the sorcerer, Matthew Swift. Over the course of the series, it would be fair to say Swift has been through a lot; the first page of the first instalment (Madness of Angels) … Continue reading

Review: Moon Over Soho by Ben Aaronovitch

By Daniel Savage “My name is Peter Grant, and I’m a Detective Constable in that mighty army for justice known as the Metropolitan Police (a.k.a the Filth). I’m also the first trainee wizard in the Met for fifty years.” The second in Ben Aaronovitch’s ‘Folly’ series, Moon Over Soho relates the continuing adventures of PC … Continue reading

Review: Thundercats 2011

By Jake Rivett The Thundercats made a reappearance in a brand new Cartoon Network show in 2011, and we where all simply expected to just roll over and love it, along with all the millions of other sequels and reboots that exist, but this one was different, it was special.

Review: Batman: Arkham City

By Robert Bayley If you want to save yourself some time, don’t read any further, just go out and buy this game. If you don’t have a console that can run it, this is all the reason you need to go and get one.

The real meaning of Christmas

By Kelly McGarry It’s that time of year again, the tinsel is out, the trees are up and London will soon come to a grinding halt with the first delicate snowflakes hitting the train lines.