BOOKS

 

Greg Sez #13 – Comics You Should Be Reading This Week

Greg Sez #13 – Comics You Should Be Reading This Week

New semi-monthly schedule and on time for you to figure out what the hell should be in your hold this month.

 

Book Review: Crown of Vengeance – Stephen Zimmer (w/interview)

Book Review: Crown of Vengeance – Stephen Zimmer (w/interview)

You guys are in for an amazingly long post today (insert evil laughter). This review will be a little different than my normal ones. The reason why is because I have an author interview, as well. Thus, my review will be a little shorter (which some people say is still long). After the review I’ll […]

 

Book Review: Spellwright – Blake Charlton

Book Review: Spellwright – Blake Charlton

About the Book Nicodemus Weal has trained at the stronghold of Starhaven since he was a boy. His mentor, the famous wizard Magister Shannon, taught him how to cast spells made from luminescent magical runes, how to peel written words off a page and make them physically real. Initially, Nicodemus showed great promise. Able to […]

 

Book Review: Haywired – Alex Keller (with author interview)

Book Review: Haywired – Alex Keller (with author interview)

Back Cover Blurb: In the quiet village of Little Wainesford, Ludwig Von Guggenstein is about to have his unusual existence turned inside out. When he and his father are blamed for a fatal accident during the harvest, a monstrous family secret is revealed. Soon Ludwig will begin to uncover diabolical plans that span countries and […]

 Robert Chesley

What I WPR’d this week. #4

What I WPR’d this week. #4

Wow, I can’t believe I actually made this a kind of a regular thing. This week I’m going to talk about a couple movies that I saw, “The Losers” and “Machete”and a book that I’ve started “Anarchy Evolution”

 Ryan Thomason

Book Review: Hell Island

Book Review: Hell Island

I asked my wife to pick me up a smallish book while she was at Target the other night because I was going to be flying into California on a business trip. What she picked for me was a 122 page maybe generously spaced, with about 20 or so illustrations in it. Basically what you […]

 Alan Smithee

J.K. Rowling Needs To Come Correct

J.K. Rowling Needs To Come Correct

Good ol’ Just Kidding Rowling who is more rich than I can ever hope to become leaves a crack open into the door that closes off the realm of there possibly being more Harry Potter books in the future…which I think isn’t such a bad thing, really.

 Ryan Thomason

Book Review: The Art of Drew Struzan

Book Review: The Art of Drew Struzan

I don’t know anything about movie poster art, art in general or am much of an artist myself, obviously. I do have to say, that I am very glad to have come across this book, and learn from what seems to be a dieing breed. Drew Struzan has worked on some of the most iconic […]

 Robert Chesley

What I WPR’d This Week #3

What I WPR’d This Week #3

This week is going to be a little interesting. I actually WPR’d a lot of stuff now I’m trying to recall everything that I did in a week. So, bear with me while I figure out my thoughts. This time I think it is going to be mostly devoted to how much the prolific rock band, The […]

 Ryan Thomason

Terminator Salvation: Trial By Fire – Review

Terminator Salvation: Trial By Fire – Review

Ever see a movie and even though it wrapped up it’s main plot points, you know that that world is still going on and things are happening. You’ll just never know what happened to the characters after the movie ended. The Terminator movies have been like that, there are typically huge leaps between each one, […]

 Robert Chesley

What I’ve been WPR’ing.

What I’ve been WPR’ing.

Since I’ve been going through sort of a writer’s block period. I couldn’t really come up with some such to write about. I decided that I’m going to try to talk about what I’ve been doing this week. Since the site is Watch Play Read. Thats exactly what I’ve been doing. Fancy that.

 Ryan Thomason

Barnes and Noble: Comics on the CHEAP!

Barnes and Noble: Comics on the CHEAP!

Alright all you cheap bastards like me who don’t buy anything unless the deals are too good to be true. Barnes and Noble are unloading their graphic novel collections, and it’s not a measly $2 price drop, most are 75% to 80% price cuts. If you’ve been holding on graphic novels, now is the time […]

 Ryan Thomason

The Desert Spear: Book Review

The Desert Spear: Book Review

I can’t remember in the past year having time to actually sit down and read a book that wasn’t a Dr Seuss, Go Dogs Go, or something of the sort in children’s books. When a book from one of my favorite new writers hit the shelves, I just had to read it. So, about two […]

 

Summer of the Dead – Resident Evil: Caliban Cove

Summer of the Dead – Resident Evil: Caliban Cove

I’ve never really been into the novelisations of games or films, normally I’d just assume that they had been written by some cheap hack author and then pumped out for as cheap as possible to make as much money as they can for whatever product they are tied too.  Being a massive Resident Evil fan […]

 Alan Smithee

Gears of War: Dead Tree Format

Gears of War: Dead Tree Format

I’m guessing that Cliffy B isn’t satisfied with just killing the Locust anymore, he now wants more and more trees to be chainsawed…only difference is that the trees don’t fight back. What the hell am I talking about? Why, the second Gears of War novel that was made available this week of course! Titled Jacinto’s […]

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