Existing is kind of gross. It’s also unreasonably hard sometimes. And because I like things I consume to reflect the realities of my life, I want my art to be nasty, brutish, and short. I like to prod the beach rubble, you see. So, as a young person I was drawn to Rocko’s Modern Life, but…
It’s really hard to talk about a bad break-up. Especially when you’ve invested so much in the relationship and gotten so little in return. So forgive me as I find the words to tell you all about The Dark Tower movie.
I’m a big fan of Lottie Person, fashion blogger, mean girl, Snotgirl. Bryan Lee O’Malley and Leslie Hung have created a fun word of snotty characters at Image Comics, which got me thinking… what would Lottie name me?
My day job is at a millennial tech start-up. We talk a lot about “how to get people to engage with each other” and there are so many ways and reasons and I have found a great one: Mangaka.
Gamers had a lot of reasons to worry when Netflix announced they’d be making a Castlevania animated series. What adaptation have we ever been given that hasn’t disappointed? However, in early July I watched as Vlad Dracula Tepes unleashed his hellish armies upon the human citizens of Wallachia and I could not have been happier.
Oh, hello there! As you saw last week, WWAC was hanging out at TCAF and catching up on comics. So, let’s see what there is to know now (plus my bid for who should play America Chavez in a screen adaptation).
Even the name “Cold War” brings to mind long, slow, depressed periods of time. Yet, Billy Wilder’s One, Two, Three offers constant humor and a spin on post-war Germany that I found mostly amusing, but often confusingly devoid of references to Nazis. When someone makes an uncomfortable parody of the U.S.’s current political state I hope…
Hey WWACers! It’s the first day of Passover (I’m a Jew) which means I can’t eat bread for over a week, which means I’m cranky. I’d like to say I turned to comics to ease my mood, but those can make me pretty upset too, especially when they blame tanking sales on added diversity.
A Discovery of Witches Deborah Harkness Narrated by Jennifer Ikeda Penguin Books February 2011 As a teenager, I had wanted to like the Twilight series. Everyone around me seemed to be riding that train, and I always wanted to like fun; I never have. I read Stephenie Meyer’s series with increasing disdain and eventually eviscerating…
Are you all playing Zelda: Breath of the Wild? How do you even have time to read this? Well, I’m glad you took a break from crafting floating rafts to read some news with me!
Have you watched Logan? Are you caught up on Riverdale? (It’s been renewed for a second season.) What? I’m supposed to tell you about comic news? Well, those are pretty close. Anyway! I tore myself away from the screens to collect the news you need!
Oh, hello there, remember me, resident Dark Tower obsessed fan? Well, here I am to bring you more tiny morsels about the upcoming Dark Tower movie. I know you’re all desperate for any news you could possibly get about this film, like, maybe the trailer, but I’ll do what I can.