Wednesday, April 8, 2020

REVIEW: Hidden Through Time


If you were a kid in the 90s you probably spent a significant portion of your childhood staring endlessly at the pages of Where's Waldo, I Spy, or some knockoff of the sort. They're still around today but not to the extent they once were. I was a big fan of these kinds of books and always wanted to create my own. Twenty years later, that dream is finally possible.

Sunday, April 5, 2020

REVIEW: Digimon Adventure: Ep. 1


During a time where the whole world has come to a halt in perpetration for a massive change to everyone's entire way of life, there are no more new comics to review, conventions are canceled or delayed, and shops are closing down - some never to open again. Then, out of nowhere, the Digimon Adventure reboot flies into our lives at just the right moment. The moment when we needed it most. But is it any good?

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

REVIEW: SteamWorld Dig 2


I can't get enough SteamWorld. It appeared on my computer one day, introduced me to my favorite band, and invited me into a whole universe of A+ worldbuilding and game design. My latest game in the series is the sequel to Image & Form's inaugural robot spelunker game - and it might be their best yet. 

Thursday, March 26, 2020

The Shonen Jump App is the Best Deal in Comics


Comics as we've come to know them have been around for a century and the industry backing them hasn't changed much. The digital age has allowed for cheaper and faster distribution, but for the most part Western comics haven't changed much. That's why the Shonen Jump app's business model is a fresh and welcome game-changer and easily the best deal in comics today.

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

REVIEW: Spaceland


A lot of my recent dive into indie games can be traced back to SteamWorld Heist, a game that mysteriously appeared on my computer one day and introduced me to the turn-based shooter genre. Right away, I wanted more. It wasn't long until I stumbled onto another such game: Spaceland.

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Extreme Makeover: Digimon Adventure Reboot Edition


Well. There's gonna be a new Digimon series. A poster and a trailer have come out, but the most interesting thing about this show right now is what the characters look like. In this video, I take a look at all eight of the main characters and their new designs. Enjoy!

Sunday, March 1, 2020

REVIEW: Hellfighter Quin #1


So I had this whole thing where I was going to call this "Duel of the Firsts" because I had four issues to review this week that were all first issues in new series. I wrote one review and then had a total breakdown. Enjoy!