Join us for the second episode of the Pop Culture Retrorama Podcast – on this show I tackle 1994’s Starman by DC Comics.
SEGA of America’s attempts at keeping the Genesis alive by the mid-1990s (following the announcement in early 1995 that the Genesis would be discontinued) came on the heels of several different products. The SEGA Channel was offered beginning in 1994, but there were also two kid-friendly attempts to market the […]
Just to recap (because this isn’t the “Beginnings” of my Chicago love): Chicago, love Chicago, Chicago, Jason Scheff = hot, love their music, love Chicago. Chicago, Chicago, freakin’ Chicago! Spoiler alert: This is about one of their live performances. Back out now. So, you’re still here. That’s good! Not The […]
A few “daze” before Christmas, and all through the gameplay front, not a controller was being button-mashed to death, not even a mouse. Actually, there was controller button-mashing, and all because of a Christmas game! Phone Apps and Home Alone Emulators Normally, if one is in the market for a Christmas […]
Oh hell yeah, Chicago did Hip Hop! The Stone of Sisyphus Rolls On… Returning to roots is not always a bad thing. However, if you’re Chicago, and your record label doesn’t like change, then, well…your album gets shelved. I received the Chicago album Stone of Sisyphus as a birthday present. When I […]