Fair Warning: It might take me a while to get to the point with this article, so bear with me. Anyone who knows me knows that I’m just a “little […]
2 BREACH THE RIDE BACK TO BASE isn’t nearly as tense as the ride to the island. I’m glad to be leaving. After Ammo, Megamoth, and…Vinnie the Vampire were loaded […]
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is nearly upon us. Finally, we will get to see three of DC’s most popular superheroes together, inhabiting a shared universe for the first […]
Last summer I was privileged enough to contribute a short story to the Maricopa County Summer Reading Program. This is the first chapter of that story.
I don’t know if I’ve ever outright said it on this site before—and if I haven’t, I don’t know how that could’ve possibly happened—but I am a ridiculously huge fan […]
A sad and frustrating fact about our current society is that sexism is still very much ingrained in our culture, as is the objectification of women. In writing a novel in a contemporary setting, I could not and did not wish to shy away from that. One of the things I did hope to convey, however, is that these attitudes and behaviors are wrong.
A while back I wrote a piece about what we as fans need to stop doing with regard to our favorite franchises and their adaptation to the screen. There were originally three points covered there, but since then, guess what? I’ve come up with five more. Surprise, sur-freakin-prise.
This past weekend I finally did something I’ve been wanting to do since, oh, forever: I attended a comicon. But not just any comicon. Oh no. I went to Phoenix […]
The thing l like most about computers is that, for all their intricate components, they’re simple. Something goes wrong, you observe the symptoms, diagnose the problem, and fix it. That […]
The only thing more awkward than attending a funeral for a guy you barely knew is then attending a reception celebrating the life of the same guy. Again, whom you […]