Every so often it's fun to take a walk to that Literature shelf and pull off a different kind of tome.
All Work and All Play
In Severance, is cutting your life in half really a bad idea?
The Satirical Swamp
Sometimes, Winter and Summer scheme to squash Spring, swapping from freezing cold to sweltering heat with little in between. Wisconsin
The Wizards Go To War
You're looking at the title, the image and expecting something about Wizards. We'll get there, I swear, because it's a
PIG and an Update
The first post on here in a while, due to limited time forcing prioritization of the novels and not the
The Pattern Weaves a Season
Flagons. Swords. Mysterious references to Dark this and that while a fire flickers in the background. My friends, we've entered
Luther: It's gonna be a long night.
Luther (BBC / HBO Max) cares not for your standard episode beats, nor for your 20-odd episode seasons and regular villain line-ups
Old Heroes, New Look
For The Hero's Code, in anticipation of the next two novels in the series, Kay Reynolds put together some splashy illustrations for the first two covers.
Borne: Bears Can Fly
At first, reading Jeff Vandermeer's Borne feels like you've fallen into a dream. Any chance of a standard post-apocalyptic setting
The TIE Fighter: Sci-Fi's Perfect Spaceship
Star Wars doesn't exactly give the Empire many gray shades, but the TIE Fighter does a lot to clarify its particular brand of evil.