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Some of the Best Batman Video Games, from Arcade to Slots

Some of the Best Batman Video Games, from Arcade to Slots

Batman has always been a much loved classic superhero, through the original DC comics, the 1960s TV show and the hugely anticipated Tim Burton 1989 movie. But after the first instalment of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy hit our screens back in 2005, the whole…

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Old Spectrum Mags – Your Spectrum Issue 11 Feb 1985

Old Spectrum Mags – Your Spectrum Issue 11 Feb 1985

My look through all the old Your Spectrum and Your Sinclair magazines continues, in the run up to the ZX Spectrum Next launch (as explained before in my first post about Old Spectrum Mags). Here’s my look at the highlights of Your Spectrum Issue 11…

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My Thoughts on Avengers: Infinity War

My Thoughts on Avengers: Infinity War

SPOILERS BELOW!!!!! SPOILERS BELOW!!!!! SPOILERS BELOW!!!!! SPOILERS BELOW!!!!! SPOILERS BELOW!!!!! SPOILERS BELOW!!!!! SPOILERS BELOW!!!!! SPOILERS BELOW!!!!! SPOILERS BELOW!!!!! I finally got to see Avengers: Infinity War. It felt like an infinity (sorry) as loads of people I knew had already seen it and I hadn’t…

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Classic 80s UK Food Ads

Classic 80s UK Food Ads

Wacky, weird and downright nostalgic, the TV advertising of the past seems all the stranger for years gone by. Gone, maybe, but certainly not forgotten! Here are some of the best, oddest, most iconic or jarringly different TV food ads from the time. Some absolute…

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The Dark Days of Pinball Prohibition

The Dark Days of Pinball Prohibition

Pinball is enjoying something of a return in this day and age. By that it is meant that a growing number of people are tacking up playing pinball, after a something of a hiatus for the past 10 years or so. What most people do…

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Top Five Jim Henson Movies

Top Five Jim Henson Movies

Jim Henson may be known for developing the beloved characters from The Muppets and Sesame Street, but his work goes beyond the scope of the two legendary franchises. While his role fluctuated from one movie to the next, Jim Henson’s presence can be felt in…

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My chat with Ron McClure, the General Manager of the 1982 Buck Rogers Burger Station

My chat with Ron McClure, the General Manager of the 1982 Buck Rogers Burger Station

Only a few days after posting my original article about the amazing Buck Rogers Burger Station that was in Glasgow in the early 80s, I managed to get in touch with Ron McClure, who was the General Manager of the restaurant when it opened. I…

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Rick Dickinson, ZX Spectrum designer – A Tribute

Rick Dickinson, ZX Spectrum designer – A Tribute

I was shocked and saddened to hear about the death of Rick Dickinson yesterday. Many will know him as the designer of the iconic ZX Spectrum computer in the 1980s, amongst other things. To be honest, I never knew Rick’s part in the Sinclair journey…

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Old Spectrum Mags – Your Spectrum Issue 10 Dec 1984

Old Spectrum Mags – Your Spectrum Issue 10 Dec 1984

My look through all the old Your Spectrum and Your Sinclair magazines continues, in the run up to the ZX Spectrum Next launch (as explained before in my first post about Old Spectrum Mags). Here’s my look at the highlights of Your Spectrum Issue 10…

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The lasting effects of Ready Player One

The lasting effects of Ready Player One

I’ve read the book and I’ve also seen the film. Ready Player One isn’t out of my mind yet though. Even though it’s ‘just’ a fun story from the mind of a geek, there are elements that have stayed with me that I keep thinking…

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