We are nearing page 100 and every guy is treating our lead Ciel like she doesn’t have any brain cells to rub together. Her cousin, her brother, her long term crush…. Seriously the patronizing attitudes of everyone are annoying me. You have not shown me anything to indicate she’s bad at her job….. Why wouldn’t the most likely reason to hire Ciel be because you think your life is in danger and she is better equipped to handle it?
This novella opens and closes a door to a universe I want to spend more time in. The characters are interesting and not the same old tropes…. They work together using their different approaches, leads, and connections as a tool to help one another….After all, together they have a better chance of success.
[The Alternate Reality News Service’s Guide to Love, Sex and Robots] is not so much as a guide as it is a collection of letters sent asking for advice and the responses they received. It’s more like reading the archives of a dating site than a guide book showing you how to navigate the alt reality world.
I found it a fun quick read that gave me a way to take in A New Hope that was fun for me for reasons that had nothing to do with Star Wars, and everything to do with putting it in a new format.
Shakespeare and Star Wars Mash-up!
Writer Charles Soule had a goal: to show the heart and resiliency of New York City, and the new graphic novel from Archaia Entertainment, Strange Attractors does just that.
The Last Policeman II – Countdown City Release Date – July 16, 2013 At the end of The Last Policeman we learned that the police are now under the care of the Department of Justice, and all high ranking officers and special investigation divisions are now disbanded. Instead Concord now has a large patrol presence. […]
The Last Policeman series is a trilogy set on an earth where an extinction level event is happening. Before the story opens the world had learned of a mass moving to collide with the Earth.
This new wave of geek powered media is bringing more and more into fandom… Still, with all of the new media coming out there is now an education gap in geek knowledge as some great staples of geek culture have been forgotten or left (as so far) unturned in the new wave. Over the course of three articles I’m doling out stuff – dated or not – that every fan should at least look at. Let’s start with novels/comics: