Au Haru Ride

Anime Tuesdays: Ao Haru Ride

While Ao Haru Ride is not as recent, it has only been out since 2014. Odds are that many of us, as was my case, have been caught up watching other things and let this one pass us by. Yet, I am here to point

Southern Cross v. Dead Space

Like many people, I enjoy the thrill of being scared. While it might be a bit masochistic, there’s something intensely satisfying about a well-timed jump scare. It makes you want to curl up in the fetal position under your bed, and makes your heart feel

Weekend Reads: Gemina

Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff are back at it again with their action packed sequel to last year’s action packed space odyssey, Illuminae. Gemina picks up almost immediately after the end of Illuminae and tells the story of Hannah Donnelly, the whip-smart, kick-butt, privileged daughter

Why Milk and Honey Is the Perfect Summer Read

The official summer kick-off means beaches and mojitos for many people. For me, it’s more like facing the pile of books I have been putting off since winter break. My original reading list started with Paradise Lost, which was going well until I realized it was probably too

The Punisher #1 Review

As someone who loves action-packed, thriller crime stories, I am not quite sure why I have not been a reader of Punisher comics before. After watching the Netflix show, Daredevil, I became instantly intrigued by Frank Castle and knew I had to pick up some of

Modern Mythology: Limbo and American Gods

Anyone who knows me and my reading habits knows that I have entertained a love affair with Neil Gaiman’s writing for a very long time. He’s a man of seemingly boundless talent and imagination, of which I am wildly jealous. His work ranges from the

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