As I've mentioned before on this blog, I have a massive issue with the past few series of Doctor Who and I will probably ramble on about it to anyone who would care to listen. I hated Moffat's writing style, thought his overarching plots were far too based in tantalising fan-fiction concept to actually deliver … Continue reading Doctor Who Series 11, Episode 3: Rosa Review.
Mild Spoiler Warning: Read ahead at your own risk Dear reader, I recently had a thought that left me stunned and even brought a smile to my face. I was looking forward to Doctor Who this week. Not in the same way children look forward to Christmas, or the same way I'm anticipating the final … Continue reading Doctor Who Series 11, Episode 2: The Ghost Monument Review.
Part of me really wasn't sure I was going to write a review of the newest season of Doctor Who. In all honesty, my relationship with the show is as varied and complicated as one could expect from any science fiction show that is over 50 years old. After continued disappointment from the latest instalments … Continue reading Doctor Who Series 11, Episode 1: The Woman Who Fell to Earth Review
As I wrote at the start of the month, my first introduction to the character of Spider-man came from a video game (Spider-Man 2: Enter Electro to be exact). It's almost fitting then, really, that the last review for this month and the main reason I wanted to write Spider-man related content was in celebration … Continue reading Spidember: Marvel’s Spider-man (the video game, 2018)
One of the best things about reading in a franchise with an extended universe is seeing how all the little threads cross together and knowing that one event can have a direct link to another. For a more recent non-comic-book example, Disney has recently been pushing the boat out with their Star Wars merchandise: the … Continue reading Spidember: Renew your Vows, writing forwards.
The supplements for D&D 5e have been, from my perspective, a rather mixed bag. On the one hand, the first supplement was Volo's Guide to Monsters, a delightful book that expanded upon the Monster Manual's initial offerings and divulged some interesting lore about the monsters in interesting and engaging chunks, heavily featuring new player races … Continue reading D&D 5e: Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes Review