This spinoff of a ridiculous (and so fun) CW show has had a gloriously batshit run. In just 5 short(ened) seasons we saw these anti-heroes put down a werewolf rebellion, destroy an entire chunk of the afterlife, use their mother to kill their evil aunt, oh gosh, there’s so much more.
Guys. This show. I can’t even.
We Are Legion, We Are Bob was a pleasant little romp. I’ve been on a bit of a sci-fi kick lately, so a good buddy recommended this (previously unheard of) novel to me that is, apparently, the first of a trilogy. I liked it!
MILD SPOILERS BELOW
This novel, while imperfect, is beautiful.
Altered Carbon, while fun, has a serious misogyny problem. The show mixes intimacy, violence, and apathy in a way that is neither compelling nor conducive to its plot.
This was a really good novel. Lemme tell you why.
The Last Jedi was not a perfect film, but I want to discuss the thing that truly won me over, heart and soul.
ST:D SPACE TARDIGRADE is pushing the limits of technobabble, pseudoscience, and my ability to suspend disbelief.
The first 15 chapters of Oathbringer, Brandon Sanderson’s latest entry in The Stormlight Archive, have been released on www.tor.com.
The Malazan Book of the Fallen is the greatest fantasy work of our time, and in this post I’ll tell you why. Yet no one is talking about it.
Well, I liked it! It wasn’t a perfect novel, but I particularly enjoyed getting to know the arch-villains and the point of view of Croaker was a pretty cerebral analysis of What Makes a Bad Guy a Bad Guy. I always enjoy those musings.
Have you been feeling a brooding-vampire-contrived-and-inconsistent-magical-system-hot-actor shaped hole in your heart? Look no further, for The Originals has returned.
Lily Sunder Has Some Regrets is the latest episode of the long running CW series Supernatural. And damn, it plucks all the right heartstrings.
There are few things I love more than a telepathic orgy.
This is more of a rant than a review.
Man, season 3 is building up quite the body count. SPOILERS ahead.
A new player jumps in to defend the free use of the Klingon Language!
Dawn of (In)Justice?
Just a little FYI.