Books

B.A. Paris’ Behind Closed Doors Review

Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris is a bad book that I read in two sittings because I couldn’t put the stupid thing down. I am confused by this. Normally I have to force myself through bad books, and normally I’ll derive at...


The Dark Elf Trilogy: 14 Years Later

I have to wonder if the only universal part of adulthood is wondering when you’ve become an actual adult. Perhaps the mark is less having a 401K or excitement at buying a new vacuum, but when you sit down and go, “so am I a...


Brian Lang’s The Knight’s Journal I Review

It’s perhaps a bit presumptuous to say this, but Neogaf’s writing community is looking to be a haven of talented indie writers. The site is going two for two at any rate, with Aidan Moher’s Tides of Shadows from two years...



Batwoman #1 Review

Written by: James Tynion IV, Marguirette Bennett Art by: Steve Epting, Jeremy Cox Publisher: DC Comics Does anyone want to know what a lesbian James Bond set in the Batman universe would look like? Look no further! This book i...


Derek Kent’s Kubrick’s Game Review

Reviewers Note: My copy of Kubrick’s Game was supplied by the author. The novel releases September 26th, 2016 and can be preordered here I don’t normally do log lines, but since Derek Taylor Kent’s newest novel is abo...