Let’s review TMNT 2: Back From the Sewers

In 1991, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Back From The Sewers was released on the Nintendo Gameboy. I was eight years old, and this little game for the Nintendo’s flagship handheld, is probably the best game in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ vast (yet somewhat lacking) video game library. I had a whole thing planned […]

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(not) My Final Post

It has been a crazy two years. My whole life I have wanted to be a writer. When I was a kid, I started writing by trying to write novelizations of some of my favorite video games. Inspired by S.D. Perry’s Resident Evil series of novels, I valiantly tried to adapt games like Diablo and […]

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Joker review

I don’t really want to review Joker; it’s been out for over a week already, and many people much more talented than I have said everything there is to say about this film. Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix, is something of a character study set in 1980’s Gotham City, where a man named Arthur Fleck, a […]

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an interview with Jonathan Ryan Wilson

Jonathan Wilson has been writing and performing his own music for well over a decade now. As the creative force behind Musical Holocaust, John has quickly become a performer that I just cannot define. When he’s not making music, John is creating content for his highly successful YouTube channel, Thriller Bad Productions. Honestly, I can’t […]

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TMNT: Shadow Ninjas review

Vinyl figures are something of a mystery to me. I know that one of the biggest toy manufacturers in the United States is Funko. Their line of Pop! figures is something that I think appeals to virtually anyone. There is just something in that line for everyone to enjoy. You like Back to the Future? […]

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Zoe Quinn’s story is falling apart

“This was not about proving anything about him,” – Zoe Quinn, writer and video game developer. Zoe Quinn returns to Twitter to defend herself after the tragic suicide of former composer and video game developer Alec Holowka. In a lengthy post about her own suicidal tendencies, Zoe goes on to publicly shame journalist and content […]

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