[3-minute read] Three years ago, I predicted that Telltale Games were on a downward spiral toward disaster. Unfortunately, I was right. … More Is Telltale Too Far Gone?
[6-minute read] “It was a long, difficult road. Thank God we finally got here.” … More How I Met Your Mother | How It Should Have Ended
[3-minute read] Mitch Johnson’s stage presence is undeniable. His command of crowds is aided, no doubt, by his size. I have no exact figures, but I’d be shocked if he was anywhere close to being under 6’6. ‘Mitch Johnson’ is a strong combination of names, too. The syllables are punchy and emphatic. He could make a career as a bodyguard, for sure, based on a name like that alone. … More Cheltenham Literature Festival 2018 | Mitch Johnson’s Sweatshops & Footballs
[3-minute read] I watched Kieran Larwood, children’s author, talk books for an hour. Turns out, he’s as good a speaker as he is a writer. … More Cheltenham Literature Festival 2018 | Kieran Larwood’s Freaks and Peculiars
[2-minute read] In 2017, I was cautiously optimistic for Justice League. Turns out, I realy shouldn’t have been. … More Justice League: The New Superhero Genre
[4-minute read] Two years ago, I reviewed DC’s less awful, fun movie. Here’s what I thought of Suicide Squad. … More Suicide Squad’s Squandered Opportunity
[1-minute read] A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I wrote about Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Today, that post joins the archive. … More Lego Star Wars lives again
[8-minute read] I’ve revisted my favourite series as a child – Chris Bradford’s Young Samurai – and analysed its impact on children in a post-Brexit/Trump era, as well the way it affected me in 2008. … More Young Samurai: The Wary Reader | Book Club
[4-minute read] I’ve re-uploaded an old post discussing PS4 Neo’s announcement to my new blog! Have a read to see if I thought it was necessary, when it was announced over two years ago. … More PS4 Neo: Disaster?