Red Dead Resurrection

He came to in a bed. Which he could say was not what he was expecting for whatever came after. Not that he had much notion as to what came after to have expectations. It was fancy though. Plain white room, good bed. Probably the kind of conditions they kept poor Abigail in. The thought … Continue reading Red Dead Resurrection


I don’t like the X-Men, because I love my parents.

Pictured: A surrogate family of students and their cool college professor. My history as a Marvel comics fan was similar to most who grew up in the nineties I imagine. I was vaguely aware of characters such as Spider-Man but only really became interested enough to dig deeper into the comics and extra lore when … Continue reading I don’t like the X-Men, because I love my parents.

Fallout: An American Fantasy How about that huh? This actually makes it a perfect time to talk about something I've been meaning to express for awhile now. While Fallout itself is most certainly a science fiction series, it bears many connections with traditional fantasy and indeed mythology only presented in a uniquely American way. It goes beyond the mere … Continue reading Fallout: An American Fantasy

Captain America is still a patriot.

You can take the Captain out of America, but you can't take America out of the Captain. During the lead up to Avengers: Infinity War, I read and heard a reoccurring idea among review pundits. While I had no problem with most of their analysis, in fact, many of them did really in-depth explorations of the character … Continue reading Captain America is still a patriot.

20/20 Into the Badlands, out of the States.

Because there are no bad ideas, only bad executions. This is a series where I take a look back at things that could have worked or could have been made even better. The AMC show currently airing its third season sacrificed thematic depth for nicer scenery. If I come off as a broken record than … Continue reading 20/20 Into the Badlands, out of the States.