• Books
    Liberty Station – Humanity Unlimited I – Terry Mixon

    I’ve written a couple of posts about some other books by Terry Mixon (his Empire of Bones saga) that I really enjoyed & I have to admit going into this book I was really expecting more of the same.  Unfortunately this time I wasn’t as pleasantly surprised and was in fact somewhat disappointed.  I think […]

  • Books
    My Top 9 Kindle Unlimited Military SciFi Picks

    I’ve spoken already about Kindle Unlimited (its pros and cons) so won’t go into too much detail on it here. Suffice it to say from my point of view its a way of getting books cheap (often from new or fairly unknown authors), but that being said, no one wants to read books that aren’t […]

  • Interweb
    Kindle Unlimited – come on Amazon – be fair!

    As a recent member of Kindle Unlimited – by the way and completely unrelated do you feel that Canadian’s and for that matter anyone not from the US gets gypped by Amazon?  I mean Amazon Prime is actually quite cool … in the States.  There you get Video (similar to Netflix but probably not as good) and […]

  • Agents of Shield
    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 5) – ‘Fun and Games’

    This week’s episode gets off to an unexpected start, but we’ve grown to expect that in this space-set season, haven’t we? This time the digression is in service of introducing a new character, Flint (Coy Stewart). We meet Flint as a lowly scavenger trying to survive in the space station housing the remnants of humanity, […]

  • Movies
    All about My Love of Sci-Fi

    Generally, when I think about Science Fiction (aka Sci-Fi or SciFi), I think of futuristic things, like faster than light travel, robots, and grandparents knowing how to use computers. But these ideas aren’t a recent invention. Ancient Indians were writing about flying machines as far back as 1100 B.C. Clearly, attempting to look into the future is […]

  • Military SciFi
    The Scorched Earth by Terry Mixon

        Terry has written a couple of books that I’m quite fond of (namely his Empire of Bones saga, reviewed here, and here) so I thought this one was worth a try too – and while it’s not perfect, there is enough in it that I’m probably going to pick up book 2 when […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Ranking the DC animated movies: Part 2

    It’s time to conclude this epic list and give these flicks the recognition they deserve. Marvel may have the edge in the big screen world, but DC surely has the upper hand in the animated world. The cream of the crop here, only confirms that. 14. J.L.A: Gods and Monsters Bruce Timm made a bit […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Ranking the DC Animated Movies: Part 1

    The new trailer for Dc’s Batman: The Killing Joke, arrived this week. The movie marks the return of iconic voice actors Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill as Batman and Joker. Bruce TImm is back in the fold as well. For those that are unaware, DC and Warner Bros. has been consistently releasing animated films based […]

  • The Flash
    The Darkness and the Light – The Flash (S2E05)

    The Darkness and the Light had Team Flash facing a big obstacle  – let’s be clear when I say big … I mean BIG!!!  While we saw King Shark last time and the return of Harrison Wells to the show – this time the real Harrison Wells and not the reverse Flash posing as him – […]

  • Fantasy
    THE FINAL EMPIRE (MISTBORN)

    I have to admit that I started this book without any expectations at all (while I’ve since read quite a bit of Brandon Sanderson, at the time I had not known any of his work). As a big SciFi and Fantasy fan I have read many more series, authors and books that aren’t worth any […]

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