John "J-Mart" Martin is a self-proclaimed geek, an adult LEGO aficionado, has mediocre musical abilities, is a Vault Hunter and is also currently trying to amass a collection of tabletop games and Magic: The Gathering cards. He's been writing most of his young life but first cut his video game writing teeth at Warp Zoned. Now he's rocking with the rolls at Arcade Sushi and wishes that he could view real life through a Retina display.
John Llewellyn Martin
Luger Shiva Keshavan Crashes During Practice Run and Then Something Amazing Happens
The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics have only just kicked off, but some crazy spills have already started happening. This story is about Indian luger Shiva Keshavan's crash during a practice run.
Epic Meal Time Creates Giant Pork Cheetos
Just in time for Game Day, the crew at Epic Meal Time have created more culinary affronts to nature called Pork Cheetos. And they look delicious.
The ‘Full House’ Dads Reunite on Jimmy Fallon
Get ready for nostalgia overload, because this clip from 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' features the guys from 'Full House' reprising their roles. Have mercy!
The Story of Stockings and His Birth Defect Had Us Tearing Up
Meet Stockings. He's a happy cat who loves to wrestle, is curious about the world around him and enjoys playing around. But his birth defect has made life a little harder for him.
Watch 10 Shocking Facts About McDonald’s
Every now and then, someone spouts a bunch of facts about a corporation or some other commercial entity that blows our minds. This video offers 10 shocking facts about McDonald's. We'd say take it with a grain of salt, but they already pre-salt their fries.
Watch These Adorable Dogs Slip on Ice
Fido's fighting for friction in this video of dogs trying their hardest to stay standing on patches of snow and ice.
President Obama Wants to Research Effects of Violent Video Games
President Obama gave a speech today that focusing on his plan to reduce gun violence.
Connecticut Town Cancels Video Game Burning
Southington, Connecticut, the town that was planning to run a program in which people could turn in their violent media in return for gift certificates, only to destroy the media later, has decided to cancel their plans.
Expert Says Burning Media is Bad. D-UH
The town of Southington, Connecticut is holding a drive to collect violent media, rewarding those who turn in their wares with gift certificates. The fate of the discs? Snapped and burned!