Throwback Tunes: The Alan Parsons Project – Sirius

Throwback Tunes is a special segment on BoomPopMedia where we will take a look at a classic song of some kind. Classic is defined loosely and is pretty much just Continue Reading →

Titties and Dragons: A Preview

In my last post – which was on how to draw Sonya Blade from Mortal Kombat – I mentioned that I was just phoning it in because I was more Continue Reading →

How To Draw Things: Mortal Kombat’s Sonya Blade

Based on the positive feedback we’ve received from our Must Watch Videos on how to draw things, we’ve decided to spin it off into its own new segment, which is Continue Reading →

How To Draw Things: A Kit Kat

Based on the positive feedback we’ve received from our Must Watch Videos on how to draw things, we’ve decided to spin it off into its own new segment, which is Continue Reading →

It’s time to take a look at Android 4.4 – Kit Kat

Until Firefox OS comes out, I’m stuck with Android. I’m not switching to iOS any time soon because…well, let’s be honest, I’m simply not switching to an iPhone because I Continue Reading →

Sony Xperia Z1: The Android Authority drop test

The Sony Xperia line of cell phones have such beautiful displays (rivaled only by the Samsung Galaxy Note 3) that it really hurts to watch a drop test on the Continue Reading →

Sony Xperia Z1: Unboxing with Android Authority

I know I post a lot of videos from Android Authority, but I do that because they do a terrific job with their coverage. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix Continue Reading →

Amazon announces the Kindle Fire HDX line

Amazon has announced the newest additions to its Kindle line-up – we’ve now got the HDX tablets to join the rest of them. The Fire HDX looks to be a Continue Reading →

Firefox OS: Firefox OS on Xperia™ E

Admittedly, this may not be the most exciting Firefox OS Report, but I haven’t done one in a while so I wanted to put something up. Sony has been experimenting Continue Reading →

Firefox OS: The first phones, side-by-side

In this edition of the Firefox OS report, The Verge takes a look at the Alcatel OneTouch Fire and the ZTE Open, which are the first two phones really operating Continue Reading →

Will the fantastic music from Fire Emblem: Awakening make it into SSB4?

We’ve focused quite a bit on hypothetical characters for Super Smash Bros. 4. Some readers might say we’ve focused on that too much. We might say that we haven’t focused Continue Reading →

Would you like to waste your entire day playing Game & Watch games?

Would you like to waste your entire day playing old school Game & Watch games? If your answer is yes, then I have great news for you, Baby Birds! I’ve Continue Reading →

List O’ Games: 5 suggestions for new character duos in Super Smash Bros. 4

Previously in List O’ Games, we’ve covered a lot of suggestions for character duos in Super Smash Bros. 4. I wrote a list about 5 characters who could be turned Continue Reading →

List O’ Games: 4 of the best Game & Watch games

Now while I’m a little too young to have actually experienced the Game & Watch games in their fullest glory, I was able to catch an encore performance of sorts Continue Reading →

On Book Collecting and a Digression on the Physical Book

Once I sold my 2004 Ford Taurus Station wagon, I thought I had no foreseeable milestone to achieve. You see, I had reached 280,000 miles (30-some thousand miles driven by Continue Reading →