All Fall Down: Being Human (U.K.) Season 4 Recap

| May 6, 2012

And then there were none. And then there were three. This season, Being Human showrunner Toby Whithouse pushed his series’ world-building to the limit, wrapping it around both the fate of humanity and one little girl. As it turns out, this approach was more than a swan song – it was the opening strains of […]

Review: Being Human Season 4 Premiere with Big, Hairy Spoilers

| February 22, 2012

  Instead of reshuffling the deck, Being Human showrunner Toby Whithouse apparently decided to buy a whole new set of cards. SPOILERS AHEAD We knew going in, of course, that the fourth season would build on George the werewolf’s promise that the vampire Wyndham and the Old Ones would “have a fight” on their hands.” […]

The Walking Dead TV series- Episode 1 review!

| October 25, 2010

AMC’s The Walking Dead is an upcoming TV series based on the Image Comics series of the same name, created by Robert Kirkman. In it, people band together in the wake of a zombie apocalypse and try to scrape out an existence. The first episode tells the story of Rick, a police officer and a family man, […]

Stan Lee’s Soldier Zero: Preview!

| October 18, 2010

“STAN’S BACK! THE PUBLISHING EVENT OF THE YEAR! Stan Lee, the most colossal force in the history of comics, teams up with BOOM! Studios to deliver a brand new line of superhero comics!The great innovator of our industry brings his inimitable talents back to the direct market in an explosive line of comics that nobody […]

Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions review

| September 22, 2010

Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions is a multiplatform game about four different Spider-Mans (Spider-Men?) working together to restore peace and order to the universe. You know, typical superhero stuff. Here’s my thoughts on the game, broken down into what was totally awesome, and what was mad lame. Awesome: -Each Spider-Man brought a unique flavor to the table. […]

Doctor Who: Vampires of Venice

| May 12, 2010

Vampires! A smart choice of story for Doctor Who considering the big Twilight fad is going on right now.

Pie & Time Travel: A review of The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom

| May 7, 2010

Fans of German Surrealism, pie, and puzzle games rejoice! There’s finally a game tailored to all your interests called “The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom”, a puzzle platformer that arrived on PC April 20th.

South By Southwest premiere of KICK-ASS

| April 16, 2010

During South By Southwest ’09 (otherwise known as SXSW to the initiated, or Secskwuh to anyone reading the letters) I had the exquisite pleasure of attending the premiere of none other than Kick-Ass! Starring Aaron Johnson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Chloe Moretz, Nicolas Cage, and Clark Duke, Kick-Ass is the tale of a wanna-be superhero in a […]

Doctor Who: The Beast Below

| April 12, 2010

I’m a little too biased with Doctor Who to really claim this is a review. More like a reflection upon the episode I just saw.

A review of 4th Edition D&D’s Player’s Handbook 3: Part 1

| March 29, 2010

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Player’s Handbook 2 introduced the Primal power source, so just to keep with the theme of one new power source per book the Player’s Handbook 3 introduces Psionics. Psionics have a legion of fans out there so a lot of people have been clamoring for this book. I’ve actually found Psionics pretty annoying in the past, but this time around I actually like it. They feel more Jedi-like and less like an overpowered version of the normal magic system. Beyond Psionics, this book also introduces Skill powers and Hybrid Classes. Where the Player’s Handbook 2 pretty much fleshed out all of the original classes from 3rd Edition’s PHB, this book finally gives us the Monk while also giving us some of the most revolutionary material we’ll probably get all year.