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Kathryn Adams

Review: Star Wars Aftermath – Life Debt

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Review: Star Wars Aftermath – Life Debt

The journey to The Force Awakens continues in the second book of Chuck Wendig’s Aftermath trilogy.

The scrappy band of misfits, bounty hunters, and former soldiers introduced in the first book has been successfully (for the most part) tracking down high-ranking Imperial officers and dragging them back to the New Republic.

Far from being wiped out, the remnants of the Empire are stubbornly holding on to the planets they control and gathering their forces for another attack against the New Republic. But while some Imperial officers truly believe that having the Empire in charge would be better for the galaxy (certainly better than the chaos that’s going to result from the New Republic’s idealistic half-measures), others are working behind the scenes to return to the days of secret police, puppet governments, and an Emperor like Palpatine. Only much worse.

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llyzabeth

Review and Preview – Transformers: Lost Light #1

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Review and Preview – Transformers: Lost Light #1

It’s finally here, the series that picks up where More Than Meets the Eye left off. Lost Light hits shelves tomorrow, but does it live up to the legacy MTMTE left behind? Better question: is the story as goofy and badass and complex with all the feels? Does it have the same jaw-droppingly gorgeous art?

(Yeah, I’ve set the bar kind of high. What can I say, I’m a fan.)

See below for preview pages and a spoiler-free review of Transformers: Lost Light #1.

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Stephanie Agnes

GALLERY: PSX 2016 Day 2

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GALLERY: PSX 2016 Day 2

Last weekend Jordan and I ventured out to the Anahiem Convention Center to attend the Annual PlayStation Experience. We got to demo new games and had the opportunity to see the faces that made this event possible.
This gallery features photos from Showfloor, video games and a few cosplayers. Enjoy!
For other posts check out our Instagram. @jordanisabear @stephuhnoids

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Stephanie Agnes

GALLERY: PSX 2016 Day 1

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GALLERY: PSX 2016 Day 1

Last weekend Jordan and I ventured out to the Anahiem Convention Center to attend the Annual PlayStation Experience. We got to demo new games and had the opportunity to see the faces that made this event possible.

This gallery features photos from Showcase, upcoming games and a few cosplayers. Enjoy!
For other posts check out our Instagram. @jordanisabear @stephuhnoids Read On

Kathryn Adams

Binary System Podcast #62 – WTNV #99 “Michigan”

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Binary System Podcast #62 – WTNV #99 “Michigan”

This week, intern Kareem is dealing with some family issues in his hometown Mitchigan. Mmmitcchigan. Mmisshtigan. Mishhigan. Mishhtigan. Okay we can’t quite get the pronunciation right, but it’s that state right between OhHEEoh and Canada. Kareem’s worried that his Mom sounds a little different in her latest letters. Nothing big, she just seems to think her son Kareem is still at home, so she doesn’t know who this total stranger is who keeps sending her letters. You know, the usual family stuff.

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llyzabeth

Review & Preview – Transformers More Than Meets The Eye – Revolution 1

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Review & Preview – Transformers More Than Meets The Eye – Revolution 1

This is my favorite book in the entire Revolution event, hands down. Not only is the art fantastic and the writing brilliant, but it’s like they took all of my qualms about Revolution (lots of humans, franchises I didn’t follow) and said “Here. This is for you. You’ll like it.” And I did, I really really did.

See below for more spoiler-free jumping up and down about Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye – Revolution 1. Or skip the review and just buy the book. I promise I won’t be mad.

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Kathryn Adams

Review: Dark Force Rising

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Review: Dark Force Rising

Timothy Zahn’s  Star Wars: The Thrawn Trilogy books may not be canon anymore, but they still hold a special place in the hearts of folks like me who remember what it was like to wait for almost a decade to find out what happened after Return of the Jedi. I reviewed the first book of the trilogy last year (link!), so it only makes sense to review the second one while we wait for Star Wars: Rogue One to be released.

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