Find out which comic books inspired the seven X-Men movies and which are worth reading!
You've watched the Avengers and have decided to look for some comic books about your new favorite characters. Here are the best suggestions for the solo adventures of the Avengers cast.
Left feeling underwhelmed by Man of Steel? Check out some the greatest Superman comics out there and become a fan all over again!
The Iron Man movies are some of the most popular superhero films ever. For those who want to read the stories that influence the movies, this is the article for you!
Back in 2008, two friends embarked on an project to record their lives as they survived the zombie apocalypse. This is the story of Eric and Brendan's Zombie Blog.
Roleplaying games like Dungeons and Dragons bring out all kinds of players. Action heroes, deep thinkers, thieves and chaos junkies all surround the table. The question is; which are you?
The balance of faith and culture is an important one. When it comes to art, politics, business and the social world, these books are excellent tools in building wisdom and discernment.
A game can't happen without a Dungeon Master but they all have their own style. Which type of DM is running your game? Find out!
With the Walking Dead stealing ratings every week, it's a surprise that there aren't more comic book adaptations on television. These comics are ripe for TV and without the help of superheroes.
With Arrow getting a second season and Marvel taking S.H.I.E.L.D. to primetime, TV might be ready for more superheroes! Which ones would work and how?
I think it's time for the great science fiction novels to be adapted to film. With current technology freeing up the imagination, here's a few suggestions of the next big Hollywood blockbusters.
Dan Simmons' Hyperion Cantos is one of the greatest science-fiction novels written. If you haven't read it, find out why you should!
You can never seem to explain tabletop gaming to the uninitiated. This take on the FAQ tries to answer some of the more basic, annoying questions of roleplaying and Dungeons and Dragons.
Whether it's been days or years, not being able to get a roleplaying game together can have strange side effects. How to spot the signs that you need to get a game together!
The Hollow City is a new book by Dan Wells about a paranoid schizophrenic whose hallucinations may be real and dangerous.
Old Man's War is a military science-fiction novel that gives the elderly the chance to be young again, as long as they become soldiers. But, how does John Scalzi's book compare to Starship Troopers and The Forever War?
Gail Simone's Secret Six was entertaining, hilarious and twisted. Now that the series is over, I look back on all the fun that these villains brought to the world of comics.
Ready Player One is a love letter to the world of geeks, from 80s pop culture to retro gaming, from movies like Wargames to shows like Family Ties. It's a cyberpunk tale for the gaming generation!
A travelogue through the realms of geekdom, Fantasy Freaks and Gaming Geeks is almost successful in giving the outside world a look into some of the more extreme sides of escapism.
The Windup Girl, by Paolo Bacigalupi, is a wholy unique science fiction tale that reads both fresh and exciting.
I've just gotten into Magic: The Gathering and attempted my first Friday Night Magic! How did it go and what did I learn? Find out in this article!
About to embark on a long road trip? You're going to need to great music to get you through that trip, so check out some of the best albums made for long journeys!
You can get Nintendo 64 games on the Virtual Console, but which ones are worth buying? Find out and get ready to play the best games this system has to offer!
Star Wars: Legacy is one of the best things to happen to the Star Wars universe. From beginning to end, it's a great tale that will help you fall in love with Star Wars all over again.
With the Virtual Console giving you the chance to play classic games at ease, you shouldn't ignore the best games the Super Nintendo has to offer!
Time to replay the best games of the past! I look back at the original Nintendo Entertainment System and pick my top five choices for replaying today!
Dan Wells' John Cleaver series is dark, creepy, and worth reading. Check out my review of this trilogy as I give an overview of each book!
Some people don't see the appeal to roleplaying games, seeing games like Dungeons and Dragons as too weird to attempt. I list some of the best reasons to roleplay and start your own gaming group!
This weekend, I finally got around to playing Super Metroid for the first time. I may be late, but check out my impression on this eighteen year old game.
At the request of my fiancee, I finally finished the Hunger Games trilogy. I review each book and talk about what I liked and what had me rolling my eyes.
The Dark Knight trilogy is based on some of the best Batman stories in comic book history. For those who want to read the stories that influence the movies, this is the article for you!
Having seen The Dark Knight Rises opening night, I have finally figured out how I feel about the movie. Check it out, in my spoiler-free review!
Dungeons and Dragons may have started tabletop roleplaying games, but that doesn't mean we're stuck with playing fantasy games! I suggest other settings for you game, from the Far East to Deep Space!
The Most Dangerous Game is one of my favorite short stories and it still holds up today! I look at the book, the movie, and my own animation to see how they all stand up!
I'm trying to write a book but I never seem to have the discipline to sit down and work. I look at some of the distractions that keep me from writing the next great novel.
Roleplaying is great, but what if you get tired of playing fantasy games like Dungeons and Dragons? Try Necessary Evil, Savage Worlds Superhero Expansion!
OverClocked Remix boasts over sixty albums of free video game mixes. I suggest a few selections in hopes you'll check the site out yourself!
Brandon Sanderson continues his Mistborn saga with this sequel. Check out my review of the second book in the Mistborn trilogy!
If you're looking for epic fantasy, with an original magic system and likable characters, Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn is the place to start. Check out my review of the first book of this trilogy!
I just saw the new Spider-Man reboot. I review the film and decide whether or not it stands apart from the original trilogy.
I love movie posters. Unfortunately, they're not making them like they used to. I look over some of the work of Drew Struzan and point out where the industry has gone wrong.
I love video game music but Overclocked Remix helped turn into an obsession.
After the process of picking a game, world building, and character creation, it's finally time to play the game! I talk about the experience of running a roleplaying game for new players!
There are tons of old cartoons looking for a good movie adaptation! I look at some of the best, and maybe forgotten, series that are ready for their time to shine!
I've read a few books on marriage, both Christian and non-Christian. These are some of the best titles I've come across!
Not everyone likes superheroes but everyone should try a comic book at least once. I give my suggestions for some of the best non-superhero comics out there!
Character creation can either be a chore or tons of fun. I go through the process or helping new players build a character in Savage Worlds.
I recently finished William Gibson's Neuromancer. I review the book and talk a little bit about cyberpunk as well.
I've picked my roleplaying game! Now it's time to world build!
I just watched DC's newest direct-to-DVD movie, Superman vs. The Elite. Come check out my review of the movie!
Hopefully, I'm running a game soon. Now I just have to pick a rule set!
I just watched Ridley Scott's movie, Prometheus. I review the film, spoiler-free and decide I want a sequel.
I just finished reading Alan Moore's Swamp Thing. I look through his run in its entirety.
It can be hard to find solid, Christian sermons on iTunes. I list five of my top choices.
I review the second Wheel of Time book, The Great Hunt. I also talk a little about the first book, The Eye of the World.
What's the difference between Film Noir and Neo Noir? I look over a few films that are great examples of Neo Noir!
Having looked at Marvel characters, I pick out DC comic characters who deserve their own movie.
I suggest a few Marvel comic characters that deserve their own movies.
Michael Crichton is my favorite author. I go through and look at some of my favorites of this late, great writer.
I list a few books that represent good, third person urban fantasy. Neil Gaiman gets two.
I look over my experience with the fantasy genre and see what I've liked the most.
I review Joe Haldeman's science fiction book, The Forever War.
I haven't read enough great books! Now I want to read the important science fiction and fantasy tales!