Since its conception in the mid-1980s, the Warhammer 40,000 universe has continued to expand, becoming one of the most popular miniature-based tabletop games in history. Its video-gaming franchise, beginning in the mid-1990s with titles such as Dark Omen has become … Read the full article here.
If you’ve been anywhere near a computer, laptop, iPhone, iPad, iPod, TV, magazine stand, coffee shop, newsagents, in fact anywhere in civilisation today, you’ll have heard the tragic news that the co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs, has died at the … Read the full article here.
We’re super-excited about the release of the next iPhone, that’s mainly because we’re all SUPERGEEKS at heart. And we have no shame about it. I’m currently glued to the Engadget Apple’s ‘Let’s Talk iPhone’ keynote liveblog! waiting for Tim Cook (Apple’s … Read the full article here.
While we’re likely decades away from discovering small, orange-eyed fellas in brown robes, scientists recently revealed that they’d stumbled upon a lifeless desert-planet (not to be confused with a dessert-planet, which is made of delicious Instant Whip) orbiting two suns, … Read the full article here.
Ever wondered who the super-sex-goddess behind Arkham Asylum‘s Harley Quinn could be? Well, wonder no more. With Batman: Arkham City just around the corner (it’s released this month, in fact) the nice people at IGN Entertainment have released footage of … Read the full article here.
Since the release of a certain witch-related piece, in which three travelling students meet their demise at the hands of an unpleasant and deadly entity, the camcorder style of filming has become increasingly popular. Attempting to capture an element of … Read the full article here.
There has been a great deal of drama surrounding Lowering the Tone headliners and UK progressive trendsetters TesseracT recently. Having parted ways with previous singer Daniel Tompkins, with whom they recorded their debut album ‘One’, they announced that American singer … Read the full article here.
As a web designer/developer, and lover of all-things ‘online’. I think it’s only right I can provide you good readers of Improv some other spiffing websites to visit [on the basis you'll come back to ours, ok?]. When doing website … Read the full article here.
Improv Magazine’s first book review! Admittedly, I’m not a very good reader; now, I don’t mean that I don’t know the difference between ‘their’, ‘there’ and ‘they’re’, or DATILYKETOTALKLYKEDISlol, it’s just that I have a very short attention span. Which … Read the full article here.
Before I say anything, I’m going to aplogise to Editor-in-Chief, Samuel Japanorama Horton (サムホルトノ), as he loathes the Inbetweeners, maybe it reminds him too much of his own youth? Or maybe not. Either way, if you’re lucky enough to be reading … Read the full article here.
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