• Military SciFi
    Mercenary’s Star by William H. Keith Jr.

    Continuing on directly from Decision at Thunder Rift, Mercenary’s Star sees the fledgling legion struggling to find a new client. With limited funds remaining Grayson Death Carlyle has limited options available to him as his reinforced battalion of mechs and infantry is still an unknown force. While their initial battles on Trellwan which led to […]

  • Books
    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, […]

  • Comic Book
    Captain Marvel – DC is Currently in the Lead when it Comes to Women on Screen

    I’m eagerly anticipating seeing Larson in Avengers: Endgame, but this film really felt like enduring a preview before the flick; forgettably enjoyable, a means to pass the time before the centerpiece. Disney’s brand-new superhero film comes on the heels of various other films that have actually resisted stereotypes with females and African-Americans in starring roles. […]

  • Netflix
    Netflix – The Umbrella Academy

    When it comes to TELEVISION, normally I’m not much of a binge-watcher. But last week I was stuck at home for two days straight, and my only options were Spend all day navel gazing, and feeling sorry for myself or Try to sidetrack myself through the power of Netflix. I’d seen a trailer a while […]

  • Television
    Hanna Episode 1

    Amazon Prime’s Hanna: reintroduces the visitor to the story-line of the original film in direct style, foregoing the flash-backs used in the source material. Though this story-telling choice alleviates the episode, not every narrative and editorial-choice works similarly. The method Erik Heller (Joel Kinnaman) infiltrates the modern infant baby room in Woodland is suspicious i.e. […]

  • Doctor Who
    Top 5 Doctor Who Monsters & Villains

    Doctor Who is a long running British science-fiction series. In fact, it’s been nearly ongoing since 1963. The show follows the adventures of an alien from the planet Gallifrey known as The Doctor, who explores the universe in a time-travelling spaceship called a TARDIS. Now, that’s as far as we’ll go with the show’s bio. […]

  • Console
    Which Strategy Game Would You Like?

    Fans of this blog know that I love my strategy games. I’ve spent many an hour trying to defeat different leaders in Civ I to Civ VI and I expect that it will always hold a favorite spot in my heart. Strategy video games provide gamers with the opportunity to really delve into a game’s […]

  • Action/Adventure
    Ready Player One Review

    Ready player one is the ultimate thriller to keep you glued to your seat for the entire show. The movie is based on a novel by Ernest Cline released in mid-2011 which is basically an action-filled adventure story of Wade Watts, the lead character in the book. The movie is a whirlwind of pop culture […]

  • Comic Book
    Black Panther Review

    Having lived in Africa for quite a few years, I was a bit torn with this film. Overall it was an enjoyable experience, but it wasn’t perfect in my opinion and while its popularity cannot be denied, there were definitely issues with it in my opinion.  The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) really showed their creative […]

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