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Rogue Heroes: Ruins of Tasos Review

It seems like dungeon-crawling is hot right now. I’m seeing a lot of developers mimic the best in top-down adventure games. Not unlike Breath of the Wild copies, Link to the Past-style games continue to influence […]

February 25, 2021
ReviewsTV Shows
Review: Devil May Care Episodes 1 to 3 Bring Adult Humour Into The Social Media Era

Devil May Care review is all about a newly reimagined hell from the adult animation block on SYFY with an eclectic group of characters.

February 25, 2021
DC ComicsReviewsTV Shows
Superman And Lois Series Premiere Kicks Off Great Start To New Era Of Stories

Superman has a long history on television, from the 1950s George Reeves show to the Smallville series finale ten years ago this May. Now, with the Superman & Lois series premiere, Kal-El returns to the […]

February 24, 2021
BooksFeaturedPop Culture
Black History Month Spotlight: Learn The Difference Between Afrofuturism and Africanfuturism in Genre Fiction

For Black History Month we are delving into stories and projects from our favorite black creators. However, this is also a great time to explore some of the nuances within genre fiction. Over the years, […]

February 16, 2021
ReviewsTV Shows
Clarice Premiere Review – It’s Not Hannibal, But It Will Do

Nobody could have anticipated the overwhelming fandom that would follow when Thomas Harris birthed the iconic character of one Dr. Hannibal Lecter into the world of literature. The character’s debut in 1981’s Red Dragon led to […]

February 13, 2021
The High Republic: A Test of Courage Review

I’m all-in on The High Republic era. If you couldn’t tell, then here’s some proof. The High Republic: A Test of Courage is a canon junior novel for Lucasfilm Press and Disney. Sure, the age range targeted […]

February 12, 2021
Malcolm & Marie Review – Pretentious, Yet Cathartic

Malcolm & Marie‘s release, a film written and directed by Sam Levinson, is a true sign that we have been in various states of lockdown for far too long. The black-and-white romantic drama was created […]

February 7, 2021
BooksReviewsTV Shows
Review: The Season 5 Finale of The Expanse Is A Harrowing End To A Character-Driven Season

The Expanse wraps up its penultimate season this week with the finale of season 5. After announcing recently that the 6th season of the popular sci-fi series would be its last, the show made moves […]

February 6, 2021
King In Black Week Eight Might Be Small, But It Is Mighty

Marvel’s current event, King in Black, is starting to get bigger and bigger every week, but it looks like the editorial team needed a break for week eight. And it’s easy to see why ­­– […]

February 4, 2021