Category Archives: Reviews

Saving Mr. Banks On Blu-Ray Is Nearly Worth The Cost

Today is the release of Saving Mr. Banks on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital format in iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon. If you saw the movie during its theatrical release, then you probably already know if you want to own the movie. The question you may be asking yourself is, “What format?” If you didn’t see the movie during its theatrical release, I can tell you that Saving Mr. Banks is one of my favourite movies of the year. It’s definitely worth a watch — a little bit more about that in a bit — but, again, in what format?Continue Reading

Batman Superman Comic #1 Is Riveting – Available Now In The UK

Inhabitants of the UK: Prepare yourself! You are about to embark on a journey that is dark, a little wonky, action-packed, and rather tragic, when you pick up Batman Superman #1 now available at magazine retailers across the UK.Continue Reading

Marian Call’s New Album “Sketchbook” Is Splendid – Plus, Giveaway

My favourite art comes with imperfections. Sure, I enjoy things that are meticulous and perfectly ordered. Symmetry and things containing patterns are calming. But, when it comes to art, I prefer the type of order that is achieved through the flawed, the gritty, the imperfect, the messy, the vulnerable. Marian Call’s newest album Sketchbook is filled with many such nuances, resulting in an album filled with heartfelt truths and an abundance of warmth. The result is splendid.Continue Reading

ThinkGeek’s Star Trek: The Next Generation Uniform Hoodie Review

Last Thursday, I ordered a bunch of stuff from ThinkGeek*. In the box, filled with Star Trek stuff I ordered, are the exclusive ThinkGeek original Star Trek: The Next Generation Uniform Hoodies; one in Command Red, and another in Operations Gold. When ThinkGeek unveiled their newest exclusive item, I saw a lot of people wonder if it’s worth the $59.99 cost for a hoodie, Star Trek or not. Well, I’ll tell you.Continue Reading

“Great Showdowns: The Return” by Scott C Is Filled With Wormholes to Yesteryears… and Adorableness

Until Titan Books asked me if I wanted to review Scott Campbell’s newest book, Great Showdowns: The Return, I had no idea who Scott Campbell was, and I wasn’t entirely sure what a “great showdown” actually meant. But, the sentence, “chronicling some of the greatest confrontations in movie history,” coupled with the word “artist” was enough to get my attention. The result: Wormholes to yesteryears and audible, “Awh!”s. Continue Reading

Code Monkey Save World by Greg Pak is Both Smart and Funny

If you are looking for something to read today, something that is both fun and very smartly put together, I suggest you read Code Monkey Save World by Grek Pak, based on songs by Jonathan Coulton, with art by Takeshi Miyazawa, coloured by Jessica Kholinne, and lettered by Simon Bowland.Continue Reading

Alien Spidy Review

I can only imagine that there is a pile of dead alien spider bodies the size of Mt. Everest hiding offscreen in Alien Spidy, developed by Enigma Software. Let’s not sugarcoat it. There is lots and lots of death in Alien Spidy.Continue Reading

The Human Division Episode #13: Earth Below, Sky Above by John Scalzi – Now What?

Yesterday was the release of The Human Division Episode #13 – Earth Below, Sky Above — final episode — by John Scalzi. With this marks the return to my uneventful Monday nights and having to find something to fill the void left by the finale of The Human Division. For those of you unfamiliar withContinue Reading

The Human Division Episode #12: The Gentle Art of Cracking Heads by John Scalzi – Egads

Tuesday was the release of The Human Division Episode #12 – The Gentle Art of Cracking Heads by John Scalzi. Egads. I enjoyed it. However, by the time I was done reading it, I had many concerns that all of my questions would not be answered by the end of this journey. For those ofContinue Reading

The Human Division Episode #11: A Problem of Proportion by John Scalzi – That Was Unexpected

Today was the release of The Human Division Episode #11 – A Problem of Proportion by John Scazli. I’ll just come out and say it. When I read it last night, I cried. That was unexpected. Warning: This review will have language. Also, this review will be brief to avoid spoilers. For those of youContinue Reading

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