Jamie reviews the latest in the Rock Band series.
I love the Hellboy one shots! I love the big story arcs too, but its nice to get a break from them every once in a while and do something small and self contained. What could be better than a Mike Mignola Hellboy one shot? Well for starters this is a double feature, and it […]
About the Book When a destitute young woman hires two thieves to help save her remote village from nocturnal attacks, they are drawn into the schemes of the wizard Esrahaddon. While Royce struggles to breech the secrets of an ancient elven tower, Hadrian attempts to rally the villagers to defend themselves against the unseen killer. […]
Singles have become the bread and butter of many fans of independent music. Without the immense financial backing that mainstream artists are accustomed to, it can often be years between albums while they scrounge together the resources needed to finally press that next LP. Singles act as the aural appetizer to hold you over until […]
About the Book: Several hundred years ago, Ship, a sentient starship, settled humans on the planet Home before leaving to colonize other worlds, promising to return one day. Over time, the colony on Home divided into those who live in the original domed buildings of the colony, who maintain the library and technology of Ship, […]
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 […]
When Xopher handed me this book the other night with the promise that this book was essentially Evil Dead mixed with Deliverance and H.P. Lovecraft, he had my full attention.
Coming from the high concept and fast paced world of the modern gaming scene, my initial expectations of Peggle Nights were considerably low. I had played so-called “casual” games before, but very few held my interest for more than a few playing sessions. Imagine my surprise when I found Peggle Nights not only fun, but […]
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 […]
Alright kids. This one was recorded a while ago but was trapped in the time-stream and eventually saved by Kyle Reese, Wolverine, and Marty McFly. Giant-Size Podcast XVI guest-stars Mister Adam and features the lovely Sam and Greg.
Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley walks the fine line between what is a fun game and a funny but average game. Initially, it veered towards the latter side and that worried me, given how good Twisted Pixel’s Splosion Man was at balancing the two factors. However, the more I played through, the more […]
Since I love watching movies and writing about movies. If you don’t believe me go check out some of my articles around here. I’m also a huge fan of streaming content. I don’t have “traditional” TV I rely mostly on Hulu and Netflix for my media consumption. I’m happy about that for the most part. […]
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 […]
This week we enjoyed Michael J. Fox, depressing realities of our government and a movie with cool explosions and no plot.