Tossing a Coin to the Witcher

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqbS7O9qIXE Let's be honest, this song is mad catchy. If you haven’t read last week’s post, where I tear into the first three episodes of The Witcher, then...well, actually, you know the context for this week’s post. I did not enjoy the first three episodes of The Witcher. At all. Which, from what I’m seeing …

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The Witcher is…absolutely a show I’ve seen.

So the hot new Genre show in streaming right now is...well, let’s be real, it’s The Mandalorian, but I haven’t gotten around to subscribing to Disney+ yet. For me the big Genre show I’ve been excited about for months is...well, actually, it was Season 4 of The Expanse. However, Netflix’s The Witcher is definitely the …

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Batwoman has flaws, but I can’t wait for more

So with everything going on for me in October, I totally forgot the Arrowverse resumed, and have been frantically catching up. Since NaNoWriMo started, I’m probably going to remain a bit behind, but I’m definitely going to be pushing to get caught up. Being sick Friday gave me a great chance to dig into one …

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HBO’s Watchmen Starts Promising, but it’s Hard to Pin Down

If you’ve been following this blog for a bit, you know I’m a big fan of anything involving superheroes. (Yes, those are all different links). I haven’t gotten out to see Joker yet, although it’s definitely on my to-do list, but then I remembered that Joker wasn’t the only superhero property to get an adaptation …

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Why Aren’t You Reading Terry Pratchett?

Tolkien. Martin. Sanderson. Le Guin. These are some of the names that most commonly come up when people talk about the great fantasy writers. These are the people who’ve created some of the most unique and enduring worlds in fiction - Middle Earth and Westeros are household names, while the Cosmere and Earthsea are worlds …

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