What better way to capitalize on the nostalgia of 90s kids than by resurrecting Legends of the Hidden Temple as a comic book?
From demonic circuses to water elemental murder mysteries, alien exchange students to World War I-era necromancy, my urban fantasy book reviews from January to June.
Instead of criticizing the Sochi Winter Olympics, people of the internet should compete in online events to prove their superiority.
@midnight comedians Chris Hardwick, Paul F. Tompkins, Jen Kirkman, and Mike Lawrence entertained me for an hour last Wednesday, at no cost to me.
Before the internet was really the internet, computers were for playing games that hid education behind weird 8-bit characters.
The new year is almost upon us, and I’ve neglected this blog for far too long. When I last left off, I was an old woman with shingles – I’m still an old woman, but fortunately the shingles has passed. Since then I went to a Time Lord Ball dressed as a lizard woman from the dawn of time, held a Whovian birthday party, and sold geeky ornaments at a craft faire. All topics I meant to blog about in depth, all stuck solidly in the past.
Instead of songs about bad relationships or drug use, they write geek music about Pokemon and Star Trek.
With 4 – count ’em, 4 – decapitations in the pilot, I’m starting a petition to change the title of Sleepy Hollow to Headless.
Our constant attempts to live in the past provoke laughter in older generations, given that we’re all under the age of 35.