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Gen Con 2018 Day 1

Gen Con 2018 Day 1 is in the books. Today was Sheri’s first day and sadly she got bitten by the headache bug. She stuck with it though and eventually the headache let up. I will say my first impression was that it is much more crowded than when I… Read the Rest »

Star Wars and Me

I was a young boy when the first Star Wars movie came out. I actually experienced it for the first time in comic book form. I bought number one off a spinner rack because the cover looked interesting. At that time none of my friends had seen the movie. It… Read the Rest »

I Deal Imagination

Looking back on my life I am a little amused that the first teacher who really tried to get me to read was my third grade teacher Mrs. Llamas. Mrs. Llamas for all outward appearances hated me. She yelled at me frequently. She used to tip my desk over in… Read the Rest »

My Favorite Books of 2014

I relaunched my blog after the new year had come and gone. So I missed the whole best of season. I was planning on skipping it entirely since we are in April now, but the whole Hugo blowup got me thinking about books and why I love them so much…. Read the Rest »

Why I Love Conventions

Growing up was a mixed bag for me and the things I was passionate about. On one hand, I loved sports. I loved playing them. I loved watching them. On the other hand, I was a complete and total nerd. Star Wars, Science Fiction, Fantasy, and comics ruled my world…. Read the Rest »

The Hugo Awards: The Sheep Go Baa

I have been reading science fiction for over three decades. I will read just about anything inside the genre if it comes with a recommendation from someone and sounds like I might enjoy the book. As a child science fiction was one of my main paths of escape. In a… Read the Rest »

GOODBYE SIR TERRY PRATCHETT

I have a confession to make. When I read The Color of Magic the first time way back in the mid-1980’s, I didn’t like it. I bought it from the Science Fiction Book Club and read it in one day. I remember being mildly amused but the teenager me didn’t… Read the Rest »

The New DC Universe: Final Cuts

I really didn’t think it was going to be very hard to make my final choices but I have been really tormented on some of these final books. They were really close to the line. Just interesting enough that I am sort of intrigued to see where it goes. Ultimately,… Read the Rest »

The New DC Universe: Week 10 Reviews

As we roll through issue threes, I have come to a decision that I will be dropping about fifteen comics this month. I am going to shed all the average books. I want to get to the spot where I am just reading those books I like a lot. This… Read the Rest »

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