Weekend Reads: Outcast, Vol. 1 – Vol. 3

Outcast Vol. 1 – Vol. 3, Robert Kirkman & Paul Azaceta Wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, *takes a deep breath* okay. To say that Robert Kirkman’s ongoing, deeply unsettling horror series, Outcast  is emotionally exhausting would be the understatement of the year. Disclaimer: This series is

Review: Extreme Forklifting 2

Title: Extreme Forklifting 2 Genre: Racing, Simulation Developer: Devm Games Publisher: Devm Games Release Date: Aug 5, 2016 As promised by the title, the gist of the game is forklifting. Your swaying cadaver drives a forklift. You must move things while your semi-lifeless dummy get

Anime Tuesdays: Cardcaptor Sakura

It really is time for another throwback recommendation, and it’s gotta be my all-time favorite Cardcaptor Sakura. See, while it makes all the sense in the world that fourth-grader Sakura Kinomoto’s adventures entertained me as a child, the anime has truly passed the test of

Weekend Reads: My Best Friend’s Exorcism

My Best Friend’s Exorcism, Grady Hendrix I’ve mentioned in previous posts that the 1980’s are really in right now when it comes to story telling. My Best Friend’s Exorcism is no exception to that fact. Heartwarming, terrifying, and chock-full of demonic possession, My Best Friend’s

Anime Tuesdays: Toradora!

You know how people say nothing’s a $100 bill, and thus not everyone is going to like it? You might’ve also heard that exceptions make the rule. And the exception to this rule is Toradora! Even haters love this show. And with good reason. Toradora! encompases

Review: Hamilton the Musical

The musical that has launched a thousand think pieces. The show that picked up basically any award it could carry. That has been praised and critically examined. That has sparked discussions about the state of representations of race in media. Where theatre as an art form

Weekend Reads: Ghosts

Ghosts, Raina Telgemeier Welp. Raina Telgemeier has done it again. And by it, I mean write and illustrate a beautiful and emotionally powerful coming-of-age story that gave me a whole lot of feelings. That story is Ghosts. Catrina and her family are moving to the foggy

Stranger Things’ Flaws And Why We Forgive Them

The cult-classic 80’s film homage Stranger Things  was far and away the most talked about show of the summer and well deserved no doubt. However, beyond the shows strengths there are a few narrative flaws and character upsets that scintillate it’s near perfect construction. So

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