Category: Reviews

Feb
12

Review: Blue Exorcist (Manga)

Blue Exorcist has an interesting story about a boy, Rin Okumura, who discovers that he is the son of Satan. This is a pretty intense series that is heavily based on dark themes. I haven’t read a story like this […]

May
31

Book Review: Doctor Who

Recently, BBC released three brand new novels based on its incredibly popular franchise, Doctor Who. I could have easily reviewed each book from Broadway Paperbacks separately, but there is a reason all three are being reviewed together. We have three […]

May
21

Review: Marvel Super Heroes Magazine Issue 1

So, here we have Disney and Marvel’s activities magazine for youngsters. Let’s take a look and see what we have.

Feb
05

Book Review: Ico: Castle in the Mist

It seems like a cliche these days. Say the name of the game Ico and everyone expects praise. And by this point, everyone knows the idea of the minimalist game with beautiful design and a story that can be interpreted […]

Dec
15

Review: Geek Dad Books

I have to admit, for the most part I had some pretty cool parents when I was growing up. As far back as I can remember (which is back to around 1985-ish), I was lucky enough to have multiple computers […]

Dec
08

Review: The Old Republic: Revan

The Old Republic:  Revan, by Drew Karpyshyn, was one of the most highly anticipated Star Wars novels of the year.  It came out just in time (on my birthday, in fact) to create hype for The Old Republic, an MMORPG […]

Oct
11

Review: The Sigh

The author of Persepolis is getting a fairy tale of hers released in the US. How does it match up with her previous work? Pretty well.

Feb
17

Joker Week: Lovers and Madmen

Joker week continues, my lovely mad little fools, and today we have a juicy one. Lovers and Madmen, done by the team of Michael Green, Denys Cowan and John Floyd, was published in Batman Confidential, a fairly recent comic series that […]

Feb
16

Joker Week: The Man Who Laughs

We’re halfway through Joker Week, and I’m hoping my sanity continues to hold up, despite all the exposure to madness. In keeping with the theme of Joker Week focusing on Batman’s early encounters with his archenemy, today we’ll talk about […]

Feb
15

Interview: Howard Gordon

Howard Gordon has worked on The X-Files, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, 24, and more. The man knows TV, but does he know novels? With his first novel, Gideon’s War, being published, Howard Gordon is betting that he does. According […]