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Pandora: Pokemon’s Ash Ketchum at Gen Con [MODEL GALLERY]

Pandora gives us her take on Pokémon’s Ash Ketchum at this year’s Gen Con, after a kindly benefactor gifts her with an awesome Pokéball!! Photography by Goth Viking Photography.

Amara Cosplays: STR’s Hizuru Minakata at Gen Con [MODEL GALLERY]

Hizuru Minakata is a very aloof and serious individual. Armed with her giant hammer, she is relentless when going up against shadows, seeking nothing but revenge for the murder of her younger brother Ryunosuke Minakata. She is also shown to be really intelligent can and calculate fast, but also has a caring and kind side to her. Amara Cosplays takes her stab at this iconic character from the edge-of-your-seat time travel anime, Summer Time Rendering! 

Klank: Between Unholy and Divine Vol. 2 [ALBUM REVIEW]

Hitting the scene in ’93, Klank began as a solo project of Darren Diolosa. That changed about four years later following live performances, and Pat Servedio joined the project as a full-time member. Between Unholy and Divine Vol. 2 is the band’s 8th studio album and the long awaited follow-up to Vol. 1 that was released last year, which I would also recommend!

GEN CON 2023: DGM Walks the Con [EVENT/NEWS]

While Gen Con 2023 got off to a wild start this year with a $300k Magic card heist on Wednesday  and a near riot involving the Disney Lorcana release Thursday morning, we started our coverage of the show a little later Thursday—after the hubbub had died down! So much to see at Gen Con this year! DGM reporter, Megan Renee, takes you through Gen Con in our exploration video. The new style we used this year allows you to feel more like you’re actually there with us, as we see overviews of things, and then zoom into segments of tutorials just like you might if you were actually there…

Thy Listless Heart: Pilgrims On the Path of No Return [ALBUM REVIEW]

Band/Artist: Thy Listless Heart Release House: Hammerheart Records Genre:...

Barbie the Movie [FILM REVIEW]

Is the PINK-est movie of the year actually one of the darkest satire’s on patriarchy since “Fight Club?”

“To live in Barbie Land is to be a perfect being in a perfect place. Unless you have a full-on existential crisis. Or you’re a Ken.”

Read our review and find out!


Over the past decade or so, California has produced more than a few bands with fresh perspectives and interpretations of extreme metal subgenres such as technical death metal, black metal, and deathcore, among others. Teleporting in from environs east of Los Angeles, Imperialist engineers another exciting offering in a particular variant of black metal known as “cosmic” or “sci-fi” black metal. Taking musical and vocal elements from classic Scandinavian black metal, Imperialist creates their own unique sound with precision riffing, relentless drumming, savage yet articulate vocals…

D&D and Food: Proof Explores The Tasty Side of Nerdiness [ARTICLE/PODCAST]

As we get to just two weeks before Gen Con, it’s made us really think about the fact that RPGs like D&D are best explored with food. And even though I don’t know what the eating rules are about making a full buffet to eat with your RPG buddies at Gen Con, I know that most home RPG games have almost as much focus on food as on quests and monsters. That’s when we came across this amazing podcast…

First Fragment: Gloire Éternelle [ALBUM REVIEW]

Band/Artist: First Fragment Release House: Unique Leader Records Genre:...

Senistro: Soulripper [ALBUM REVIEW]

Band/Artist: Senistro Release House: Independent Genre: Gothic Rock One...

Aeternam: Heir of the Rising Sun [ALBUM REVIEW]

Band/Artist: Aeternam Release House: Rockmark Records Genre: Symphonic...