Johnny Ketchum
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Johnny Ketchum

Writer and content creator from Denver Colorado, mostly knowledgable in the realm of retro video games he also creates music and music mixes.

CosplayEvents

Is this your first convention? No worries! We here at Agents of Geek are ready to set you up so you can be ready for the convention with a list of what we think is

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ArtVideo Games

343 Industries never ceases to disappoint when it comes to amazing art prints. Their HALO WARS 2  work is not an exception. Partnering with three fantastic artists to create the most lovely character pieces I’ve

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Movie ReviewsMoviesReviews

I didn’t make it out to theaters to catch Deadpool, it wasn’t anything against the movie, I just don’t make it out to movies that often. My priorities for movies when I do attend them

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Video Games

Dear Nintendo, my entire life I’ve spent with you there in it as well. I’ve always been pretty committed to you, sure there was that brief period in the mid ’90s to mid ’00s that

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Video Games

Football, what an exciting sport, and nothing is more exciting than the Super Bowl! Football video games, meh. When it comes to football video games, you don’t have many choices. There’s always Madden, and oh

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MusicReviewsVideo Games

Every now and then I get a email that immediately intrigues me, in this case it was a 24 hour situation. Around 12 AM PST I received an add on Twitter by Scarlet Moon Productions,

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InterviewsMusicVideo Games

Jason Graves is a brilliant composer whose credits made me excited once I received a email to speak with him. He composed Dead Space, The Order: 1886, Tomb Raider (2013), and Until Dawn and much

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X-MEN: APOCALYPSE
MoviesNewsTrailers

After some time of teasing and stills, 20th Century Fox has finally released the X-Men: Apocalypse trailer, which you can check out right here in all it’s 2 and a half minute glory. In the trailer

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Video Games

Telltale Games has partnered up with Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have announced that they will be working on an episodic series based on DC Comics iconic Batman at The Game Awards last night

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Game ReviewsVideo Games

Well it’s October, and it’s time for spooky games. For the month of October I’m going to attempt to play a spooky game a week, but the last game I have in mind may take

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MusicVideo Games

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater set the standard for skateboarding games in 1999. While it wasn’t the first skateboarding game, it was the one that after its release all other skateboarding games imitated. Take Rockstar’s Thrasher Skate

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Video Games

Reports claim Konami is shutting down most of its AAA console game development for the foreseeable future. According to reports the only two franchises on Konami’s AAA plate are Metal Gear Online, and Pro Evolution

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MoviesToys

As we creep closer to the release of HALO 5 we’re starting to see some cool HALO merch. One of my favorite pieces of merch so far has to be these HALO MEGABLOKS sets! The sets I’ve

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Game ReviewsVideo Games

This may be a bold statement, but Catherine is one of the most interesting games released for the PS3. Part anime, and moral choices, this unique puzzler has some interesting development, or does it? That’s

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