Beyond, Chicago history, Event

Preview: Choose Your Own Adventure at C2E2 2022!

Nature is healing. Summer is in full swing, and Lollapalooza is behind us. Fan Expo kicked off our summer convention circuit, and we, the nerds, will be returning to the […]

Marielle Bokor /
Interviews, Music

A Quarantined Mini Interview with Emily Wolfe

From her Walmart Harmony acoustic guitar, the Slammer Hammer Stratocaster, getting into Gibson Guitars, and even her Sheraton Epiphone, Emily Wolfe is an artist who strives to add something good […]

Michael Kocourek /
Feature, Games & Tech

Introducing: Third Coast Streamer Spotlight

As you well know, streaming is nothing new. It’s hard to believe but streaming giant Twitch has been around since 2011. But streaming has become even bigger since coronavirus, with […]

Marielle Bokor /
Film, Film & TV

Review: Spider-Man: Far From Home is a Fitting, Fantastic Epilogue

Spider-Man Far From Home

Before we dive into this (and as if you don’t already know), it’s rather imperative that you see Avengers: Endgame before even thinking about stepping foot into a theater for […]

Steve Prokopy /
Feature, Game, Games & Tech, Round-Up

2018 in Review: Our Favorite Video Games

2018 is now gone, so we’re going to take a look at some of our favorite games from a year full of great releases. It was a great year for […]

Third Coast Review Staff /
Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Comic Book Worlds Collide in Creative, Ambitious and Totally Wonderful Into the Spider-Verse


This animated take on the adventures of Spider-Man is so visually and creatively daring, one can’t help but wish that all superhero movies took an equally ambitious path to the […]

Steve Prokopy /
Beyond, Soapbox

Reflecting on Stan Lee: A Superhero of Storytelling

Earlier this week, the world lost Stan Lee, aged 95. Hailed for his role as the creator of such characters as Spider-Man, Black Panther, and the Fantastic Four, Lee had […]

Adam Prestigiacomo /
Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Venom Isn’t a Complete Disaster; Still Mostly Awful


It’s difficult (but not impossible) for me to believe that even those who flat out loathe the latest superhero outing, Venom, won’t find something about it to enjoy, if only for […]

Steve Prokopy /
Game, Games & Tech, Review

Game Review: LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 Is Another Kid-Friendly Brick Battler

LEGO games have been a staple of kid-friendly co-op for close to a decade now and it’s no surprise when a major franchise gets the LEGO video game treatment. Warner […]

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