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Exploring Gotham City Book Review
Apr 3, 2021
An illustrated map of Bat-canon

Exploring Gotham City Book Review

‘Exploring Gotham City’ tries its best to reconcile years of Batman canon into an illustrated encyclopedia.

The SNES Omninbus: The Super Nintendo and Its Games, Vol 1 (A-M) Review
Sep 14, 2018

The SNES Omninbus: The Super Nintendo and Its Games, Vol 1 (A-M) Review

The SNES has a huge catalogue of titles that run through a gamut of genres and play styles.

Diablo Book of Tyrael (Book) Review
Jan 9, 2017

Diablo III: Book of Tyrael (Book) Review

Anyone who has ever played Blizzard Entertainment’s Diablo franchise knows that the world of Sanctuary is detailed, creative and unique.

World of Warcraft Official Cookbook (Book) Review
Jan 4, 2017

World of Warcraft: The Official Cookbook (Book) Review

Have you ever read a fantasy novel and drooled over the descriptions of food?

Doctor Strange: The Fate of Devin Grayson 1
Dec 6, 2016

Doctor Strange: The Fate of Dreams (Book) Review

With the recent release of Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange, it made sense that Marvel would want to release various Doctor Strange-branded products to capitalize on increased awareness of the charac…

The X-Files: The Agents, the Bureau, and the Syndicate Vol. 1 (Book) Review
Feb 12, 2016

The X-Files: The Agents, the Bureau, and the Syndicate Vol. 1 (Book) Review

There’s no doubt that in the 1990s The X-Files was at the forefront of popular culture. While it died a slow death, with its last episode airing in 2002, nine years after its pilot aired, it still …

Amazing Fantastic Incredible: A Marvelous Memoir (Book) Review 5
Jan 5, 2016

Amazing Fantastic Incredible: A Marvelous Memoir (Book) Review

Amazing Fantastic Incredible: A Marvelous Memoir is quite the mouthful, and it’s a fitting title for a biography of comic book legend Stan Lee. Lee will forever be intrinsically linked with the com…

You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost): A Memoir (Book) Review 3
Sep 25, 2015

You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost): A Memoir (Book) Review

I knew the intern behind me was talking about conducting an interview with Felicia Day. I knew because she couldn’t pronounce Geek and Sundry and because she didn’t know much about Dr. Horrible’s S…

Mad’s Greatest Writers: Frank Jacobs (Book) Review 3
Jun 30, 2015

Mad’s Greatest Writers: Frank Jacobs (Book) Review

In 21st century North America, it’s the online website The Onion that most people think of when it comes to satire, but for decades, Mad Magazine has been one of the venerable institutions of this …


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