Caliban #1 (Comics Review)

Space opera is one of my favourite genres of fiction to read. You give me something to read with spaceships and big battles and heroes and what not, I’ll gobble it up.

Caliban #1 (Comics Review)

Space opera is one of my favourite genres of fiction to read. You give me something to read with spaceships and big battles and heroes and what not, I’ll gobble it up.

Secret Avengers #2 (Comics Review)

Marvel began its relaunch of Secret Avengers on quite a high last month. While I didn’t read the previous series due to a lack of interest, I picked up the new #1 as part of my read-through of all the new series being launched as part of…

Secret Avengers #2 (Comics Review)

Marvel began its relaunch of Secret Avengers on quite a high last month. While I didn’t read the previous series due to a lack of interest, I picked up the new #1 as part of my read-through of all the new series being launched as part of…

Game of Thrones Season 4 Ep 2 (TV Show Review)

Game of Thrones Season 4 Ep 2 (TV Show Review)

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 Season 4 of HBO’s television adaptation of George R. R. Martin’s epic (political) fantasy saga A Song of Ice and Fire began on an interesting note. The previous season had ended on a very grim note as yet another player in the War of the Five Kings was brutally murdered, and the reign of his family and its political prospects all came crashing down. Now, the Starks are no more and the Lannisters…

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Unity #5-6 (Comics Review)

Back in late February Valiant Comics wrapped up the first arc on its new series Unity…

Unity #5-6 (Comics Review)

Back in late February Valiant Comics wrapped up the first arc on its new series Unity…

Daredevil #1.50 (Comics Review)

It has been barely a year since I read my first Daredevil comic, the first arc of Mark Waid’s series on the title that recently ended and was relaunched for…

Daredevil #1.50 (Comics Review)

It has been barely a year since I read my first Daredevil comic, the first arc of Mark Waid’s series on the title that recently ended and was relaunched for…

Gotrek & Felix: The Serpent Queen by Josh Reynolds (Book Review)

Last year in January we had the first Gotrek & Felix novel after a gap of several long years.

Gotrek & Felix: The Serpent Queen by Josh Reynolds (Book Review)

Last year in January we had the first Gotrek & Felix novel after a gap of several long years.

The Royals: Masters of War #3 (Comics Review)

The Royals: Masters of War has been a comic unlike any other. The premise of this 6-issue mini-series is that royal families have superpowers, and the purer the bloodline, the stronger the powers.

The Royals: Masters of War #3 (Comics Review)

The Royals: Masters of War has been a comic unlike any other. The premise of this 6-issue mini-series is that royal families have superpowers, and the purer the bloodline, the stronger the powers.

Justice League 3000 #5 (Comics Review)

After Justice League 3000 #4, I found myself in an odd place. This was a title that I kind of wanted to continue reading, but the story and the art just weren’t clicking together for me.

Justice League 3000 #5 (Comics Review)

After Justice League 3000 #4, I found myself in an odd place. This was a title that I kind of wanted to continue reading, but the story and the art just weren’t clicking together for me.

Cover Art: Incarnate by Anton Strout (Ace Books)

Cover Art: Incarnate by Anton Strout (Ace Books)

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Anton Strout is a name that comes up often when I’m moving through urban fantasy blogs at random every few days, looking for new authors to read and new books to try out. And the same goes for social media as well since I’ve seen his name crop up in certain circles every now and then. His Spellmasontrilogy sounded interesting, especially since it was still in progress with a third book to come…

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Deadpool #27 (Comics Review)

I’ve never really read any Deadpool. There was Deadpool vs Carnage #1 last week, or the week before that, but other than that I don’t recall reading any other comic where Deadpool had a starring role of some degree.

Deadpool #27 (Comics Review)

I’ve never really read any Deadpool. There was Deadpool vs Carnage #1 last week, or the week before that, but other than that I don’t recall reading any other comic where Deadpool had a starring role of some degree.