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Oz Comic-Con is returning to Brisbane for the first time since 2019, and is launching in a new "Homegrown" format that will showcase all the best pop culture has to offer, with all the usual panels, cosplayers, artists, content, gaming and plenty more Oz Comic-Cons are famous for!

Published in Home Tech

On 4 and 5 December in Sydney and 11 and 12 December in Melbourne, Oz Comic-Com is making a triumphant return, showcasing the latest and greatest that pop culture has to offer, giving attendees the chance to regroup with their super squad in the wake of lockdowns and have tons of fun!

Published in Entertainment

Be it gaming, cosplay, comics, an artist alley, family activities and community groups, including a brand new area dedicated to speed running with the help of Spawn Point Bar, this is one cool event you won't want to miss!

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 08 April 2011 13:45

Australia's top geek crowned

Cassandra James from Tasmania has been named the country's top geek following a four month search which saw more than 230 wannabe geeks battle it out in a series of challenges and games, concluding with a final quiz contest held in Perth.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 08 February 2011 17:45

First Impressions: DC Universe Online - a comic MMO

Bam! Pow! Wham! DC Universe Online has brought another comic derived Massively Multiplayer Online experience to both PC and PlayStation 3.  How do the costumed capers of Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, The Flash and many others fare in an arena dominated by World of Warcraft?  Click on through for a MMO noobs perspective.
Published in Radioactive IT

It's not only 'old media' that's being attracted to the iPad. Yahoo!'s joining the crowd with an iPad app to present entertainment content.

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 24 March 2010 13:30

Flash-less iPad makes the funny pages

The U.S. comic strip FoxTrot has satirized Apple's decision to leave Adobe Flash off the iPad by depicting a disappointed superhero.

Published in Mobility




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