Rocket Raccoon #1 Review
Eagle Warhawk | July 17 2014
Mixing things up this month, instead of the new The Walking Dead #129 review, I am going to review the new Rocket Raccoon #1 comic in honor of Marvels Guardians of the Galaxy hitting theaters next month.
For those of you who don’t know who Rocket Raccoon is: he is part of the Guardians of the[...]
The Walking Dead #128 Review
Eagle Warhawk | June 25 2014
Spoilers Ahead: Stop Reading Now if you do not want spoilers for the latest edition of The Walking Dead comic series.
It is that time of the month again when I review the latest issue of The Walking Dead. This month is titled #128: After All This Time, She Should Be More Prepared. The issue starts[...]
A Review of The Walking Dead #127: A New Beginning
Eagle Warhawk | May 29 2014
The issue takes place 2 years after the conclusion of All Out War. It is nice to see the Alexandria Safe Zone in sort of a paradise setting with Rick as the leader. The survivors devise a way to steer walkers away from the Safe Zone with a sweet looking samurai Jesus at the[...]
2014 Year of the Book and Baking Nerd
Zaythar | January 28 2014
As 2014 kicks off, I have received numerous books and cookbooks for Christmas and my birthday. I have already gone through a few of both sets and wanted to share my thoughts and recommendations with you all. I would like to read at least 50 books this year as well as bake at least 3 recipes from[...]
The Walking Dead #119: A Review
Eagle Warhawk | January 21 2014(Warning: Spoilers Ahead)
When we last left our favorite group of survivors in issue #118, Rick and his group had just taken out one of Negan’s outposts with great success. While Ezekiel’s group failed to eliminate the other. His failure resulted in a loss of his men and the loss of Shiva,
All Out War Is Here
Eagle Warhawk | October 24 2013
“The Walking Dead” #115 issue which celebrates the “The Walking Dead” 10th anniversary is out. In honor of the anniversary, 12 variant covers were released. “A” cover was the normal cover, “L” cover is the blank cover and the other 10 covers labeled “B-K” each show an iconic scene from the comics[...]
Parasols, Werewolves, & Vampires: A Review of the Parasol Protectorate Series
Zaythar | September 11 2013
I picked up the Parasol Protectorate series this past weekend on Amazon for my Kindle App. I got all five books for $19.99. It was too fantastic of a price not to pick up. The series is also available in paperback if you prefer the actual books.
Lately, I’ve become enamored with the Steampunk[...]
Sex, Drugs, Video Games and Murder follow Lexy Cooper in Pwned
DirtyDiva | June 24 2013
It's no secret that I am a fan of Lexy Cooper and her creator Christa Charter, so when I had the chance to read about Lexy's latest exploits in Pwned, I jumped at the chance.
Now, if this story was less entertaining than watching a mosquito chow down on uncle Larry's plumber's crack, I would be[...]
Who Doesn’t Want Free Books?
deestar123 | June 21 2013
As a new Kindle owner one of the things that I have most enjoyed is the ability to get really great books that are sometimes beyond my budget for absolutely nothing .There are many ways of getting free books for your Kindle (freebies for Nook are harder to find but a neat little program called[...]
A Terrific New Fantasy Series
deestar123 | June 07 2013
The Godling Chronicles is an amazing trilogy by up and coming fantasy author Brian D. Anderson on Smashwords, the popular e-publishing website. The story follows the life of Godling Gewey Stedding and his efforts to recover the legendary Sword of Truth. This series has everything that good epic[...]