Hero Club Teams Up with Positive Charge!

Today, we are proud to announce that Hero Club is teaming up with the youth program, Positive Charge, to promote its various events and upcoming projects. The Positive Charge Youth Program is a group located in Baltimore, Maryland that seeks to educate young musicians and artists. Along with teaching how to create music and art, Positive Charge provides students the ability to learn the basics in film production and editing. In addition, Positive Charge provides itself as an outlet to be platform for of its students to promote themselves, and…

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HERO CLUB ONE YEAR LATER

Welcome to the newest edition of Hero Club; an update that also commemorates our first anniversary! We launched Hero Club last year on Friday, June 17, 2016, and expected our growth would be a slow burn. However, it was not as slow as we thought it would be. We achieved several of our year one goals within six to eight months, which was very surprising. Hero Club managed to establish itself through its timely news on products and collectibles, as well as anime reveals. One of our first successes came…

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The Game Riffers E3 2017 Schedule Promo

With E3 2017 just around the corner, The Geek Fighters, a.k.a. The Game Riffers have finally decided on a schedule of what they are covering from the event! From Sunday, June 11th to Tuesday, June 13th, we’ll be covering Microsoft, Bethesda, The PC Gaming Show, Ubisoft, Sony, and Nintendo before the showroom floor goes live for everyone! Be sure to stick with us during those times when we go live, because it will be a blast. There will be pre-show, and post-show reactions featuring guests like Hero Club founders, and…

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Hero Club Welcomes the Geek Fighters & Coming Soon the Holiday Buyers’ Guide

Good afternoon to our readers here at Hero Club. Today, we are proud to announce the newest addition to the Club, our friends the Geek Fighters: Jeremias De Leon (Fighter Xaos) and Jeff Williams (16bitJeff). The Geek Fighters were formerly once their own site, featuring similar content as this one. However they were more focused on video games and comics before eventually merging into Reviewtopia. Now, how we came together was not through their original sites, but through Francisco Rodriguez (Seraph) the creator of the Broken Infinite and his podcast,…

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