Reviews

Secret Origins #3 Review

I want to immediately put it out there, that the concept behind the Secret Origins issues are fantastic! Anyone wanting a speedy origin story for a DC character, it is now at your fingertips with terrific story telling and artw...


The Art of Watch_Dogs Review

When I first got my copy of “The Art of Watchdogs”, I was impressed by the cover. The book itself comes in a sleeve which features a close-up of Aiden Pearce wearing his signature face-mask and cap. When you turn to the bac...


Tomb Raider #5 Review

Written by: Gail Simone Art by: Nicolas Daniel Selma Publisher: Dark Horse Lara Croft and her many adventures has come a long way throughout the years. With the release of an origin story video game in 2013, we now move on t...



The Name of the Wind Book Review

The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss is a bit of a puzzle. On the one hand, the novel has some interesting ideas and does a few things very well; on the other hand, it has some very notable problems. It’s an interesting j...


Star Trek: The City on the Edge of Forever #1 Review

I’m personally very excited to be diving into another Star Trek title, and being able to start with a fascinating first issue. The enjoyment of hearing Kirk’s voice (in my head of course) speaking about star date 31...