A little over a year ago, I wrote a little piece about Colin Wright, a writer, web-entrepreneur and world traveler of great repute around the web, whom I have a great deal of respect and admiration for. In addition to managing a fine blog, and
While I was in the army, a friend of mine convinced me to tag along to a local pizza place by the name of the Mellow Mushroom. Sporting décor straight from the 70s, and serving some of the best pizza and beer in town, it
Man of Steel may be the year’s summer’s most polarizing film – for every person who loved it for the actions scenes and modern look at the Superman mythos, there was someone else who hated it for its overly dark and somber tone and complete
As of a couple of nights ago, after an intense, seven game series, the Miami Heat won the NBA Finals, defeating the San Antonio Spurs, and the media has been abuzz ever since. The focal point of a lot of this is Heat superstar and
You know, for a horde of mindless brain-munchers, non-existent outside of pop culture, zombies sure seem to be on the minds of a lot of people. Even as their monster contemporaries are largely being neutered and resold to teenage girls as sex icons, the societal
As I mentioned back in April when I talked about my trip to Ravencon, one of the big highlights of the convention for me was meeting some of the authors and editors of Baen Books, among them, Chuck Gannon, whom in addition to taking the time
Superman. Just the name alone sets the imagination ablaze with visions of the iconic superhero fighting for truth, justice and the American way, just as he has since the last Son of Krypton first appeared on the pages of Action Comics #1 seventy-five years ago.