REVIEWS

 

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 […]

 

GSP XVI: The Podcast of Future Past

GSP XVI: The Podcast of Future Past

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.

 Alan Smithee

GSP: Episode XVII, “Ultra Violence and Kids’ Books”

GSP: Episode XVII, “Ultra Violence and Kids’ Books”
 

WPR Reviews: Comic Jumper

WPR Reviews: Comic Jumper

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 […]

 Robert Chesley

EpixHD – Review

EpixHD – Review

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. […]

 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 […]

 

ASP: Episode #15 “Busey Families Influencing Genes”

ASP: Episode #15 “Busey Families Influencing Genes”

This week we enjoyed Michael J. Fox, depressing realities of our government and a movie with cool explosions and no plot.

 

A Brit Late Review: VVVVVV

A Brit Late Review: VVVVVV

Pixels have had something of a revival in recent years, but then again they never really left. They migrated from the home consoles that began to favor polygons and found a new home in the family of handheld machines. That being said, this generation of video games has seen in a renaissance for pixels (hand […]

 

ASP Episode #14 “Jack Bauer influences foreign policy”

ASP Episode #14 “Jack Bauer influences foreign policy”

This week we sucked and didn’t see a new movie but we enjoyed a two and a half hour acid trip and a movie that makes you feel violated after you see it.

 

Dragon Age: Origins DLC- Darkspawn Chronicles

Dragon Age: Origins DLC- Darkspawn Chronicles

Darkspawn Chronicles is a really good premise; In fact it’s a bloody great premise. However in execution it wallows misery. I’m not saying it’s bad, but this is by far the most “meh” pieces of DLC I have ever played.

 

Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening Review

Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening Review

Dragon Age is a long game, a very looong game, and now there’s more of it. Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening is the first (and more than likely only) full length Expansion to Dragon Age: Origins, and let me tell you it’s good, really good.

 

ADEQUATELY-SIZED PODCAST: Episode #12 “What if the movie sucks?”

ADEQUATELY-SIZED PODCAST: Episode #12 “What if the movie sucks?”

This week we attempt to fill the void, that was left with Chad leaving us, with Kristen Bell, DeLoreans, and Will Ferrell’s peace giving aura.

 

ADEQUATELY-SIZED PODCAST: Episode #11 “Chad’s Farewell”

ADEQUATELY-SIZED PODCAST: Episode #11 “Chad’s Farewell”

This week is Chad’s last week with us. To send him off we cover a movie with a creepy man that likes to BLANK himself in public, a movie where yet again a dork is some how married to a really hot chick, and last but not least…a movie that makes some people’s brains bleed, […]

 

Justice League: The New Frontier Review

Justice League: The New Frontier Review

You know a Justice League animated movie is more than a little different when in the first 6 minutes two people get shot in the face, one covering a main character’s face in weird maroon colored blood. This is the odd duck that is Justice League: The New Frontier.

 

Irredeemable #16

Irredeemable #16

After last issue’s big battle, Irredeemable #16 takes quite a turn.  This issue of Irredeemable is a series of vignettes.  Mostly quiet moments, though a couple are violent,  in the lives of the characters. This is my favorite issue of Irredeemable lately.