Christopher Baggett

Christopher Baggett has owned and operated The HomeWorld independently since 2009 after spinning it off from his previous concept, 'The Anime Homeworld'. In addition to journalistic endeavors, he is an aspiring novelist. Arizona born military brat Christopher currently resides in the Georgia area.

Room full of gimmicks, brother — Room Full of Nerd Stuff #51

This week, the absolute worst Power Rangers game we've played, and what went wrong with Raw and Impact this week.

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Armored 90s Super Heroes – Room Full of Nerd Stuff #50

The 50th episode of Room Full of Nerd Stuff is here! This week, Sony cancels their Interview and the TLC & Stairs run down.

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New Spider-Woman costume doesn’t look like Spider-Woman

A brief comment on costume redesigns that do and do not work.

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Archaia weaves another lost Henson tale in ‘Witches’

Archaia dips back into the Jim Henson well, but is the latest 'Storyteller' as bewitching as previous endeavors?

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MORTAL KOMBAT – Test Your Might Tournament, Round 16

After last week landscape changing duel, can Mike claw his way back to the top? Can Chris stumble across the finish line first? Is anyone able to play as Raiden without being cheap as hell? Christopher of The HomeWorld and Mike of Man In Suit Comics are having a Mortal Kombat Tournament and racing to 500 points. Winner gets bragging …

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Mountain Sunkist Lightning Bolt – Room Full of Nerd Stuff #49

This week, how deplorable is TLC(S)? Plus why you shouldn't keep buying Final Fantasy VII.

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Did Marvel just give Fox the middle finger? (Spoilers!)

Marvel Comics may have undone decades of continuity to spite 20th Century Fox. Big spoilers for AXIS #7 within!

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George Perez’s ‘Sirens’ #2 [Preview]

I somehow completely missed when the first issue of this book hit last month, but here we are at issue 2. I’ve got to admit, I’m surprised it didn’t get a lot more hype when it first hit: after all, it is a book featuring an all-female team, which is something I see a lot of comic fans clamoring for. …

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