Tell me if this synopsis doesn’t sound familiar: The hero is just starting to get the hang of this gig. Saving lives is starting to become systematic, even normal somehow. Sure, there have been a few close calls, but the hero has learned from these and has taken them to heart – and it’s showing.…

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This year at Blizzcon, Jeff Kaplan and the Overwatch development team released information about the new hero for their game Overwatch, a first person hero based shooter that came out in May 2016, and currently has a player base of 30 million, according to Statista. The game Overwatch has players choose from a growing list…

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I probably don’t even have to tell you what The Hero’s Code is, since it’s been used so often, but here it is anyway: Heroes don’t kill; that’s what separates us from the bad guys. With the new Marvel series The Punisher premiering on Netflix anytime now, it’s obvious for mature superhero connoisseurs like myself…

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What’s the first thing you think of when someone says “superhero costume”? For the average person, it probably conjures up images of little kids hopped up on sugar, running around on Halloween night in spandex. For people you encounter here at Geeks Under Grace, however, we lean toward imagining comic books, movies, and television shows…

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After playing an extensive amount of Rock Band lately, which included The Beatles and Green Day: Rock Band, I started imagining something. What would it be like if Flyleaf and Fireflight had their own Rock Band game? What would the venues be? What songs would be in the game? After all, they are loved by…

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