• Books
    Constitution – Book 1 of the Legacy Fleet by Nick Webb

    Well it had to happen I guess … I mean I’d had a pretty good run of well written and edited books with a decent story, plotline and characters, I guess you couldn’t expect it to last forever! Discovery of the Saiph was really enjoyable and Steel Breach was excellent – both books and authors […]

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    Battletech – A Return to the Inner Sphere

    It’s been a long time since I originally read and played in the Battletech universe. However, with a recent membership in Scribd after I cancelled my Kindle Unlimited membership I joyfully came across this series once again. If you’re a fan of reading and audiobooks, I highly recommend Scribd as while I liked Kindle Unlimited, […]

  • Games
    Alt-Right and the importance of Far Cry 5

    In all honesty I was putting off writing a thought piece on Far Cry 5. There was no reason behind it other than the lack of time, and then the Virginia Riots happened. True, at first glance those two don’t have much in common. The Charlottesville riots started out after the announcement of decision made […]

  • Comics
    DC Comics: The Best One Shot Single Issue Stories

    Today we examine the beauty of the single issue, but for DC comics. If you enjoyed my last article exploring some of Marvel’s best one shots, then I hope you stick around for this entry. DC has no shortage of excellent one shots as well. Much like Marvel, I’m sure I forgot to add, or […]

  • Marvel
    Reasons Why “Luke Cage” Feels Caged in Mediocrity

    Luke Cage, released September 30th as part of a long string of Marvel Cinematic Universe Netflix exclusives, has been met with many positive reviews, scoring a 79% metascore at Metacritic and 80% at imdb. But while many celebrated its unique contribution to the MCU (myself included), such as its music, predominantly black cast, and thematic […]

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    Game of Thrones Middle Ground: characters say, not today

    “When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die. There is no middle ground.” But as usual, Cersei is spewing nonsense because there IS a middle ground. Characters don’t just live or die; some become fixed in the in-between. These characters are those still alive in the books but have met their […]

  • Comic Book
    Batman vs Superman – A Marvel Fans point of view

    Right – let’s get the negative stuff out of the way first shall we?  Was this the best movie in the world?  No, I guess not, it had some flaws which I’ll detail below.  However, it definitely was not the horrible pile of steaming tripe that other reviewers are painting it as.  To be clear, […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Batman vs Superman: Dawn Of Justice: Review

    Friday, March 25th allowed audiences to go watch, easily one of the most hyped comic book films of the year. Much has been speculated and dissected since it was announced almost two years ago. And why not? This is the first time, arguably the two biggest superheroes were in one movie together. Throw in the […]

  • Books
    Franz Kafka: I’m more than my hair!

    Ever hear the term kafkaesque (pronounced Kaf·ka·esque)? Nope? Keep on reading. Here’s the rather tragic life story of one of the most prolific sci-fi novelists whose works serve as grand metaphors till this day. Meet Franz Kafka, a mixed bag of a frustrated bureaucrat, playboy, and a whole lot of daddy issues. Although you might know him […]