Look, I’ve been around. I know how online anger in general, and pop culture snobbery in specific, work. I’ve read about three billion hot takes on Ready Player One already. As such, I promise I’ll keep this short and not assume I’m being too clever or revolutionary in my thinking. I read the book at … More “Ready Player One” and Popular Culture in Storytelling
21 movies this month, bringing the yearly total to 49. Assuming we don’t watch anything tonight, that is. It’s okay if I count Black Panther twice, right?
I’ve got another comic book movie review up on ComicBookMedia.com! This one is covering Whiteout, a pretty underwhelming adaptation of a pretty great indie comic series. It’s hard to find anyone saying anything positive about this flick, so I did try to be nice about my critiques. Still, though, this movie is rough. Check it … More Whiteout (2009) ComicBookMedia review
The fantastic pop culture poetry site Barrelhouse was kind enough to post an essay of mine for their Valentines Day themed series “POP Love!” Given the prompt of celebrity crushes and that weird intersection between real love and fake people, my mind went back to high school and the Britney Spears shrine in my locker. … More An Introduction to Irony
I’m very happy and beyond honored that my story “2011 Cabernet” has been selected for the newest volume of Lilac City Fairy Tales. The anthology has become a local literary institution over the past few years. Each one is made up of prose and poetry from Spokane-locals, and the proceeds go towards Spark Central, the … More Lilac City Fairy Tales
Doctor G was kind enough to have me on the MOTU-Cast podcast, where we took a look at the second installment of the classic Masters of the Universe mini-comics. We had a great time talking about “The King of Castle Grayskull”, Jack Kirby comics, and all sorts of other geeky goodness. Check it out!
I’ve never kept track of this sort of thing, but I thought it might be fun for 2018. As it turns out, it’s just showing me the depths of my addiction. Please bear in mind this looked even worse until this past week or so, when the CW/DC Arrowverse shows came back from hiatus…