Family Saga

23 Jul 19
The inner Moon

Civil war has broken out in the Republic, and it is going to take great sacrifice before galactic peace can be assured . Part 4 of 4.

23 Jul 19
The Outerhaven

In a few days, Fire Emblem Three Houses will arrive. But can it live up to the legacy of the other Fire Emblem console games? Especially Path of Radiance?

23 Jul 19
this website is fine.

“Every superhero story is the same.” This sentiment gets thrown around a lot regarding superhero comics. No one stays dead, the same villains come back time-and-time again, Wolverine will be in too many team-books no matter how many times he grumbles about being a loner…all of these things are accepted facts in serial superhero storytelling. […]

23 Jul 19
One Scene at A Time

After Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home closing out the Infinity Saga section the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Many storylines reached their completion, fan favorites said good-bye, and we had our hearts broken as some heroes made the ultimate sacrifice (R.I.P. Tony Stark). So what does a post-Endgame world look like? Where do our remaining heroes […]

23 Jul 19
1st for Credible News

  Prominent Nigerian billionaire and business mogul, Femi Otedola has taken to the social media platform, Instagram to flaunt his luxurious office.   Otedola recently returned to Nigeria after embarking on a vacation with his family.   ALSO READ: Femi Otedola reveals he will foot Sadiq Daba’s medical bill   “The first day back at […]

23 Jul 19
Maiden's Voyage

Fassbinder’s favorite film, The Damned, sat on my coffee table for weeks because I couldn’t get past its boring-sounding plot summary of family saga and political intrigue. (I know better, yet still I do this. So frustrating!) Of course, I was ridiculously wrong. “Political intrigue” is a hilarious euphemism for the way these people take economic […]

23 Jul 19
Hollywood Retrospective Scrapbooks

With the end of the war came some very delayed British films, ones that had appeared in England up to even 4 years earlier….. Mr Emmanuel was a British film involving the plight of a Jewish man forced by a plea to go back inside Germany. Delightfully Dangerous was another musical with Jane Powell. Brewster’s Millions […]

23 Jul 19
Balladeer's Blog

The latest Saga custom written for Frontierado, which is coming up Friday, August 2nd! TOMAHAWK TAM – Tamara “Tomahawk Tam” Wise-Brosnan aka “The Houston Hellcat” led one of the most eventful and action-packed lives in the Old West. Born in 1863 the ever-willful and rambunctious child ran away in a pouting huff from the westward-bound […]

23 Jul 19
StarMoon

Since debuting in April 2011, HBO’s Game Of Thrones has slowly become the defining television phenomenon of this decade, dominating the pop culture conversation in a way no other show has since the glory days of The Sopranos. Amazon Conan The Barbarian This Amazon version is supposed to be a totally new story written by Colony’s Ryan Condal that […]

23 Jul 19
The Abbreviated Saga (of a creative writer)

Final showdown of 4 teams! This year is much more creative than the last, and I’ve noticed a trend happening…

23 Jul 19
The European Reader

“LUCKY PER (LYKKE PER)” – Henrik Pontippidan. Translator Naomi Lebowitz. I awarded this 4 stars on my Goodreads review.  4 stars grudgingly given, drawn out of me as Per’s long, frustrating quest for self-knowledge was dragged out of him.  This is a coming-of-age tale scandi-noir style; the antithesis of every Hollywood movie, laced with Northern […]

23 Jul 19
Conquering Tsundoku

Thanks to John Murray Press and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.

23 Jul 19
GeekandGear.com

Deadline reports that while 20th Century Fox Film vice chairman Emma Watts is staying on board the Fox film division, the exec had to relinquish control of Deadpool and other Marvel characters to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige. While it was assumed that Watts would be going to Disney with control of Deadpool as part […]

23 Jul 19
BookPeople

Hummingbird in Underworld By Deborah Tobola: At the age of forty-five, Deborah Tobola returns to her birthplace, San Luis Obispo, to work in the very prison her father worked in when he was a student at Cal Poly. But she’s not wearing a uniform as he did; she’s there to teach creative writing and manage […]

23 Jul 19
sara annon

Since I am working on my series of books on the runes, I had rune trivia in the back of my mind while I read Genevieve von Petzinger’s book on the Ice Age geometric markings from caves in the Pyrenees. I found myself running an informal checklist comparing rune trivia to cave art as I […]