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  • I’ve Had the Time of My Life at Ice and Fire Con 2016

      Last weekend, more than 80 people packed up costumes, swords, and their love of all things Game of Thrones to make the trek to the fourth annual Ice and Fire Convention, which took place at the picturesque Mountain Lake Lodge in Pembroke, Virginia. It was a new location, a mix of old and new […]


  • Your Crash Course to the World of Shannara

    Just in time for the premiere of MTV’s The Shannara Chronicles, based on the best-selling books by Terry Brooks, I am here to provide you with a crash course to the Four Lands (aka the world of Shannara). Now, I must tell you, I have been avoiding a lot of articles on the new show […]


  • The 100 2×12 Review: Rubicon

    In “Rubicon,” Mount Weather moved forward with their plans to harvest the trapped delinquents with little care for their health or safety, while also planning an attack on the massive inter-tribe war council convened by Clarke and Lexa. Meanwhile, Jaha and his followers are stranded in the Dead Zone with no water or supplies, only […]


  • Helix 2×1 Review: “San Jose”

    Syfy’s Helix is back, but this time, we are far away from the icy Arctic Biosystems. Instead, we are taken to a mysterious island, with a mysterious group of people running it. Just as we were completely isolated and claustrophobic in the Arctic, so are we on Saint Germaine Island. Also, the show runners really […]


  • Grayson #5 Review – We All Die at Dawn

    Issue 5 finds Dick, Helena and Midnighter with a woman about to give birth in a helicopter that is in the process of hurtling to the ground. Talk about excitement! Grayson has been trying to stop Paragon from using body parts from a villain for his own nefarious plans. The baby being born has the […]


  • Comic-Con vs. Dragon Con: A Pre-Convention Comparison

    There’s a lot to be said about the many geek-themed conventions springing up around the country, but two of the most talked about are definitely San Diego Comic-Con and Dragon Con. I’ve been attending Dragon Con since 2012, while this year was my first SDCC experience…and though they are two entirely different conventions, I still […]


  • The Maze Runner Review

    Well, this was a pleasant surprise. Straight off the bat, I will admit that I knew next to nothing about The Maze Runner, except that it was a series of YA novels and that I only knew because I happened to work in the juvenile section of a book store when the books were first […]


  • Slash Ships Matter

    If you have a Twitter account, you’ve probably noticed numerous slash related tags showing up in the US Trends list this week.   Earlier in the week the Supernatural ship Destiel (Dean and Castiel) declared themselves a pirate ship and set sail on the open waters with the #USSDestiel tag.  Then late Friday night the […]


  • Once Upon a Time Season 3 Premiere Review

    If you haven’t watched the premiere yet, there will be spoilers. You’ve been warned. The premiere starts with Emma giving birth. The interesting aspect about this is that Henry is born at 8:15,  the same time the Storybrooke clock showed before Emma came to town. What is the significance of that time? It’s a welcomed, […]


  • Watching Taken the TV Miniseries (part 2)

    The second episode of the series is titled Jacob and Jesse and, indeed, we get introduced to the two character that propel most of the early episodes of the series forward. If you haven’t watched the second episode, you should go do so before reading the review as it will be a minefield of spoilers […]