Our attempt to get the artifact is stifled by an old nemesis.
If I was to summarize this film in one meme, it would be “That Escalated Quickly”, and I mean that very much in the original context where it’s used in Anchorman. Continue reading “Film Review: Outrage (2010)”
This time we’re covering issue #41 of Nintendo Power for October of 1992. Continue reading “Nintendo Power Retrospectives: Part 57”
This time I’m reviewing the film adaptation of Roger Zelazny’s science fiction novel, “Damnation Alley” Continue reading “Video Film Review: Damnation Alley”
We continue to make our way to the Prothean archive.
Tor.Com has started running a series of articles on African SFF (Science Fiction/Fantasy) writers. This is really awesome. SF/F Fandom tends to focus on writers and artists from the “Anglophone Zone” – The US, Canada, the UK, Australia, and the EU (yes, not all EU countries have English as their primary language, but English is a fairly major language in the EU). East Asian countries – primarily Japan, China, and to a lesser degree Korea have also been getting some attention as well, but Africa and Latin America have not gotten near the same degree of attention that other countries have had.
So, this article is great, and I’m looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
This week I have a Vlog style review of Hatsune Miku Project Diva F for the PS3. Continue reading “Video Game Vlog Review: Hatsune Miku Project Diva F”