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Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 15, 2012
Dork Torque proudly announces the addition of Manifest Comic and Cards owner, Michael Chen, to its staff of writers and contributors. With a strong emphasis on the growing nerd culture community, Dork Torque is focused on bringing insight, analysis and updates to the masses.
Whether it be the recent surge of seasonal titles for the holiday season, everyday commentary, or spotlighting developing projects, Dork Torque is the online resource for the largest entertainment industries on the planet.
Michael joins a staff of passionate of writers and nerd-contemporaries. Topics range from dissecting the rumored selections for the new Star Wars film in 2015, a historical breakdown and look at the Resident Evil series, Black Ops 2: zombie mode additions, and a streaming digital radio program entitled Rage-Quit Radio.
With the popularity of such films as The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, and TV shows like The Walking Dead; Michael's insight on the comic world will provide an important and expansive vantage point on the amalgamating markets of these two genres.
The gaming community currently pulls in more revenue than both the TV and film world, combined. With a push from Hollywood to start developing higher quality game-to-film adaptations, the lines between the three are starting to become more blurred. This is why Dork Torque and its contributors feel it is important to provide careful insight and examinations of what is out there, so its readers can help decide for themselves what's worth shutting up and taking their money, or what should be downvoted into oblivion.
Michael owns and operates Manifest Comics and Cards in Bayonne, NJ. Manifest can be found on facebook, twitter @manifestcomics, yelp and in the real world at 762 Broadway Second Floor Bayonne, NJ 07002. If in the area, stop in and talk comics with him. If just to buy something, thats just a bonus. Or just like Manifests facebook page. That would be awesome.
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