I’m not going to lie. Scripting is my jam. I’m a writing kinda guy, so excuse me if I get a little resource happy here.
There are some very important things one must take into account regardless of one’s con-going preferences if one expects to exit said convention with one’s sanity intact! These truths hold true to anyone, regardless of whether you’re unrolling your tent in the Hall H line or if you’re simply wandering through the hall, taking in the scene.
One thing that I’ve noticed, time and time again, is how damn good Neil Gaiman is at writing an ending. From Sandman to Neverwhere to The Graveyard Book, Gaiman wraps […]
With the recent whistleblower scandal revolving around the NSA’s ability to literally wiretap anyone, we figured now would be a hell of a time to brush up on some of the more “Big […]
San Diego Comic Con kicks off tonight! I’ll be heading on down there this very evening and chatting with some of the locale who have burrowed deep into the heart […]
Naughty Dog’s The Last Of Us has effectively set a new standard for what gamers and critics alike should consider a “good game.” By combining wicked realistic graphics and emotionally driven […]
Archaic Revival hits our front page this week thanks to its fractal driven, hybridized art style. The artist himself, Christian Laney-Clark, brings to the canvas a wholly new style of […]
Thomas Was Alone, created by programmer Mike Bithell, is a simple game with a minimalist style. You play as a couple of different colored blocks, each with their own delightful […]
Doctorow’s snappy, amiable novel shines brightly as a piece of activist fiction, focusing its sights tightly on a reality controlled by copyright law and the entertainment industry. A well […]
Ponderous, melancholic, intense, Dave McKean’s monster of a graphic novel is best read slowly over a series of overcast days. Its characters are odd and sometimes unsettling, making them, if […]