You guys, Lumberjanes is so cute, I wanna die. https://youtu.be/_Pux-65NYj4 To talk about Lumberjanes is to embrace the light-hearted tone of its dialogue. I can’t very well be serious and proper about it, can I? This isn’t going to be a long, detailed review, either – I’m going to do my best to summarize what... Continue Reading →
Hi, everyone! In this week's book video, I'm looking at the third installment of Martha Wells's Murderbot Diaries, Rogue Protocol! https://youtu.be/OjHraoiVvd8 As always, I'd appreciate it if you like the video, subscribe to my channel and let me know what you think in the comments!
Previous | Next By Odin's beard, it finally happened! A volume of Doctor Strange, as written by Jason Aaron, CLICKED with me! I think I'm starting to understand where Aaron's strengths with Strange lie--he does a good job of exploring interpersonal relationships, the bread and butter of Mister Misery. The presence of Jane Foster's Thor... Continue Reading →
Hi, folks! I thought I'd try a new thing this month and talk about the books I hope to read this coming month - there are quite a few of them, but I am confident I can get through a good amount of them! https://youtu.be/94rF27IRby8 What are you reading over the month of May?
Hey, folks! I've got for you a new review about Jeff VanderMeer's Veniss Underground, a fascinating if somewhat flawed work. A lot happens across these two-hundred-and-fifty pages: a heartbreaking tale of separation and rediscovery, a descent into the underworld, a Biblical struggle between man and cruel god--all of it written with prose at once substantial... Continue Reading →
Previous - Hope Dies | Next After the spectacular defeat the rebels suffered at the hands of Darth Vader following Queen Trios' betrayal, our heroes are forced to scatter throughout the galaxy in search of safe haven. Luke, Leia, and Han are torn away from their friends and allies, even from the Millenium Falcon itself.... Continue Reading →
Heya folks! I've got a review of Martha Wells' second Murderbot Diaries novella, Artificial Condition. It's short and sweet, and the last video I'm doing with this setup. Brace yourselves, folks - I'm changing the ol' show up! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yu8_bduKVP0
I've enjoyed much of Jason Aaron's Thor run, and for good reason: marked by ambition from the get-go, Aaron aimed to reimagine Thor's place in the Marvel Universe, first by casting aside the titular Odinson, then granting Mjolnir to another--female--Thor, and finally by creating an Old Man Logan-styled All-Father Thor in the most distant future... Continue Reading →
Previous - The Ashes of Jedha/Mutiny at Mon Cala | Next - The Escape Ever since he took the reins with the seventh volume of this ongoing series, The Ashes of Jedha, GIllen has been building towards something - if the last panel of Mutiny at Mon Cala provided the answer to what, Hope Dies... Continue Reading →
Age of Empires IV's developer Relic Entertainment revealed the long-awaited strategy's first gameplay trailer this weekend, and I felt something in my chest constrict--either a minor heart attack at the veritable age of twenty-five, or a wave of nostalgia must've overcome me, for as I watched on, I was reminded by the hundreds of hours... Continue Reading →