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A Labor Of Love: Thoughts on "Cults And Daggers"

On February 14th, 2015, game developer Rod Humble took to the internet to ask you not to play his game.

“Hey there! Thank you for considering buying my game. 656 more words


Honeymoon (2014)

Watching the low budget horror flick Honeymoon is how I would imagine an arranged marriage going: forced into it, you look for the positives and hold out hope that it might end up working out, only to end up completely disappointed. 263 more words


How To Be Inspired Pt. 4

I waited inside the nearby Starbucks teasing my sweet tooth with the pastries trapped behind the glass wondering how Oprah was able to get a drink named after her and why I just spent the cost of a meal on a coffee. 65 more words


The Oxford NRSV Catholic Reader's Edition

The picture above found its way into my post on JPII’s apostolic letter, Salvifici Doloris. I had been so excited to receive this bible, and to finally have a copy of Scripture that was a good size to carry around. 709 more words


Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery (2014)

Look out, garbage lovers & overgrown children everywhere. WWE Studios has officially gotten in the business of making cartoons. It’s a brilliant move by all accounts, since professional wrestling itself could be described as a sort of live-action cartoon. 952 more words

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Descender #1 Review

Reviewed by Rowan

Written by Jeff Lemire, Art by Dustin Nguyen

Descender is the unique example of a highly successful indie comic. Once in a blue moon, an indie comic will skyrocket, due to excellent quality in both storytelling and artwork. 741 more words


Review - Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone

The first sentence of this book convinced me that it was worth getting:

When the Hidden Schools threw Tara Abernathy out, she fell a thousand feet through wisps of cloud and woke to find herself alive, broken and bleeding, beside the Crack in the World. 878 more words