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King of Thorn, Volume 2 by Yuji Iwahara
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This volume is causing the series to risk becoming cluttered, from a plot standpoint. Coming into this volume, the plot had the main driving conflict of “How do these characters, which are almost all infected with a disease that could kill them, survive in this post-apocalyptic world with massive thorny plants that have consumed everything, and freaking dinosaurs?” Continue reading
This week I have a review of the first Myron Bolitar mystery novel – “Deal Breaker“. Continue reading
It’s Saturday, so it’s time for another video. This time I’ve got another video game review for one of what is widely regarded as the best series on the Xbox 360. Continue reading
After a long break between video game reviews, I’m back with a review of Record of Agarest War for the Xbox 360 and PS3. I’m also using a new video editing program, Sony Vegas, for this video, so bear with me as I work on improving the sound and picture quality in future installments.
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Well, this is my first go at the new video review format. Please feel free to give any constructive feedback in the comments.