Arcade Sushi editor-in-chief Luke Brown is an experienced video game journalist who has contributed to Official Xbox Magazine and Games Radar. As ComicsAlliance's senior editor, he spends most of his time dishing on the latest action figures, collectibles, and gaming trends.
Harry Potter’s ’19 Years Later’ Tweets are a Cruciatus Curse to the Heart
If there's one thing social media can't handle, it's anniversaries in the Harry Potter Universe — today is a particularly special one.
Get Lost in The World’s Most Beautiful Landscapes With Lorde’s ‘Perfect Places’
There's no melodrama with the video for Lorde's new single 'Perfect Places,' but there sure is some gorgeous scenery from around the world.
‘Wonder Woman’ Sequel May Happen During The Cold War, Bring Chris Pine Back
After the smashing success of 'Wonder Woman' at the box office, a sequel was a no-brainer. But where will the Amazonian princess find adventure next? The USSR.
Rihanna’s Got Oscar on The Brain, Can an EGOT Be Far Behind?
Though Rihanna doesn't have very many meaty movie roles to her credit so far, the Bajan pop princess has her eyes on the ultimate acting award.
Mario Powers Up Monopoly With New ‘Gamer’ Edition of The Classic Board Game
Think Monopoly is a boring old board game for stuffed shirts? Wait until you get a load of Monopoly Gamer, which puts a Nintendo spin on the classic.
The Super NES Classic Edition Takes You Back to High School This September
After the success of last year's NES Classic console, Nintendo has announced the Super NES Classic is coming out this fall.
Apple Announces HomePod, Further Establishes Dominance Over Your Music Choices
As if you didn't rely on Apple devices in your day-to-day life already, the Cupertino company just announced HomePod, its entry into the smart speaker arena.
The Joyful Pope Roasts Donald Trump on ‘The Tonight Show': Late-Night TV Roundup
His Eminence, Pope Francis, set his sights on ol' President 45, and more of late-night TV's best.
Microsoft Launches Its Video Game Netflix With Xbox Game Pass
Microsoft is opening a service for the Xbox One that will allow users to play games from the Xbox library with nothing more than a monthly subscription.
Ariana Grande Fans Turn ‘Dangerous Woman’ Into a Symbol for Peace
As the world mourns those lost during the attack in Manchester, Ariana Grande fans have turned the star's most recent album motif into a symbol for unity, prayer and peace.