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    Wendy Browne

    Publisher, mother, geek, executive assistant sith, gamer, writer, lazy succubus, blogger, bibliophile. Not necessarily in that order.

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  • Telling the Perfect Interactive Story

    Telling the Perfect Interactive Story0

    Telltale Games does exactly what their name implies: they tell stories in the form of video games. But not just any stories. The company produces games that feature masterful storytelling and incredible characters, building on richly established worlds that gamers and non-gamers alike will recognize. From Jurassic Park, Law & Order, and Back to the

  • The Walking Dead: You get to come back

    The Walking Dead: You get to come back3

    Somewhere in the first half season two of The Walking Dead, I tapped out. This was a zombie show that had a severe lack of zombies popping out to actually kill people. Instead, there were a lot of people whining and bitching at each other, while accomplishing a whole lot of nothing. I returned for

  • Behind the Scenes with Windblade’s Mairghread Scott and Sarah Stone

    Behind the Scenes with Windblade’s Mairghread Scott and Sarah Stone0

    Every night, I fall asleep beneath the watchful eye of Optimus Prime and his Autobots on one side of my bed, and Megatron and his minions on the other. I grew up in the ‘80s, which makes me a Transformers: Generation One kind of girl, while writer Mairghread Scott and artist Sarah Stone grew up

  • Catwoman: The Loss of a Lady

    Catwoman: The Loss of a Lady2

    Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman adorned my high school locker, but it wasn’t until recently that I’ve made any real attempt to get to know this character. I’ve always liked Selina Kyle, but I didn’t know why, beyond having an affinity for feline-esque, rule-defying women. Yet she sits among my trifecta of female anti-heroes, alongside Aeon Flux and