Fanfiction: DooM – Ultimate Experiment, chap 2

Chapter II – Corporate Tentacles High above the carnage and destruction a man watches the marine’s…

Fanfiction: DooM – Ultimate Experiment, Chap 1

Chapter I – Hell on Earth The Marine walked through a cramped dank corridor. Within the…

Batman – No Man’s Land

I enjoyed Batman growing up, reading comics and watching the cartoon show. I had never seen…

Bill Finger Recognized As Co-creator Of Batman

  Long over due doesn’t begin to cut it. Bill Finger was instrumental in creating the…

MOTHER OF DEMONS

To be honest – the first time that I read this book I was just not…

Best Comic Book Battles: Feat Captain America

It’s time to reach within my memory banks and pick out my favorite Captain America battles.…

Liberty Station – Humanity Unlimited I – Terry Mixon

I’ve written a couple of posts about some other books by Terry Mixon (his Empire of…

Veil of Shadows – Terry Mixon (Empire of Bones II)

Continuing on from the excellent Empire of Bones (reviewed here) Veil of Shadows doesn’t let up…

A GALAXY UNKNOWN

I think I mentioned in a previous post that I started doing a lot of reading…

Fantastic Four – 2015 … bad enough to be good?

Wow! I knew going into this movie that it had received a bad rap but I…

THE MAZE RUNNER: A WELCOME ENTRY INTO THE GENRE

Thanks to the Twilight movie franchise there is now a pervasive cynicism toward Hollywood’s adaptations of…

Empire of Bones – Terry Mixon

It’s not often that I find a new author that I fall in love with from…

Best Comic Book Battles: Feat. Wolverine

Time to delve into our favorite Canuck Mutant’s best brawls. He’s had a ton, and more…

INTO THE LOOKING GLASS

John Ringo – what can I say? I have gotten hooked on his blend of military…

MALEFICENT

2014’s diminishing returns at the American box office have had movie studio executives bracing themselves for…

To Honor You Call Us (Man of War) – The Cumberland Gap

Another book from the Kindle Unlimited Library & Amazon & while I wish this one was better,…

Troy Rising – Military SciFi at its finest

John Ringo’s Troy Rising trilogy (I’m still hoping that there will be a fourth book! 🙂…

TRIPLANETARY

Truly one of the classics of the genre, the Lensmen series redefined SciFi and helped to…

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Warped

This was the first hardback story to be released for Deep Space Nine. There are rumblings…

Phoenix: The Radio Play

I recently had the pleasure of speaking to my first real-life celebrity, which I think is…

SEEDS OF EARTH

Humanity made it to space … unfortunately they weren’t alone out there and the beings they…

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…

Angel’s New Look for X-Men: Apocalypse Revealed

Ever since the end credit scene of X-Men: Days of Futures Past, we have waited with…

Thanos and his love life

Hopefully you’ve seen Age of Ultron by this point?  I’m assuming that you have either already…

Daredevil on Netflix: Series Review Part 2

At last I have completed watching the entire series. Part two of my review focuses on…

Mad Max: Fury Road: REVIEW

“As the world fell it was hard to know who was more crazy. Me… Or everyone…

GREEN LANTERN

Unlike many other reviewers and critics, I am not going to completely pan Green Lantern. I…

Ex Machina: A Sci Fi Movie for the Literary

Two male characters spending the majority of the movie discussing human consciousness and tackling philosophical questions…

The Ember War – Richard Fox

Yet another military SciFi with a decimated Earth at stake … you’d think that I’d get…

VON NEUMANS WAR

Von Neumann’s War (2006) is a standalone SF novel (although the book – Neighborhood Watch –…

WALL-E

Only rather recently did I see this movie and I was surprised by the quality of…

Space Carrier Avalon

Now that’s how you do it!  I recently posted about a book that I’d read – Constitution…

Fan fiction: DooM – Portal to Chaos, chapter 4

Chapter IV – Shrouded Interests In the blackness of space lies the planet Mars, it’s smaller…