What’s on the Box? [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen

To celebrate the fact that I finally got around to reading Doomsday Clock (Johns, et al, 2017 to 2019), DC Comic’s official sequel to the seminal Watchmen (Moore, et al, 1986 to 1987), I’ve been dedicating every Wednesday of this month to Alan Moore’s influential maxiseries. Air Date: 20 October to 15 December 2019UK Network: … Continue reading What’s on the Box? [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen

Author’s Spotlight: Melissa Betts Interview

Melissa Betts, author of the Lycan Love Saga. - First, introduce yourself a bit. What is your name (or pen name) and where are you from? My name is Melissa Betts, I’m a stay at home and from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada where I still live with my husband and our three kids.- Next, tell us … Continue reading Author’s Spotlight: Melissa Betts Interview

Author’s Spotlight: The Vanishing Office

Genre: Dystopian techno-thrillerPublication Date: 23 February 2021Pages: 261Available As: Paperback and e-book The Synopsis:Stuck in a rut, a young woman accepts a cleaning job working for an elusive urban information storage company. Well paid and working few hours, the job seems too good to be true. Soon she finds herself caught up in a web … Continue reading Author’s Spotlight: The Vanishing Office

Talking Movies [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen: The Ultimate Cut

To celebrate the fact that I finally got around to reading Doomsday Clock (Johns, et al, 2017 to 2019), DC Comic’s official sequel to the seminal Watchmen (Moore, et al, 1986 to 1987), I’ve been dedicating every Wednesday of this month to Alan Moore’s influential maxiseries. Released: 3 November 2009Originally Released: 6 March 2009Director: Zack … Continue reading Talking Movies [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen: The Ultimate Cut

Author’s Spotlight: Victoria Clapton Interview

Victoria Clapton, author of the Subaru's End, Binding, and Dark Light sagas, and more 1. First, introduce yourself a bit. What is your name (or pen name) and where are you from? My name is Victoria Clapton, and I’m from a tiny town in Tennessee.2. Next, tell us a bit about your most recent work. … Continue reading Author’s Spotlight: Victoria Clapton Interview

Talking Movies: Zack Snyder’s Justice League

Released: 18 March 2021Director: Zack SnyderDistributor: HBO Max/Warner Bros. Home EntertainmentBudget: $70 million (on top of the original $300 million production costs)Stars: Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Ray Fisher, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ciarán Hinds, Amy Adams, and Henry Cavill The Plot:Following the death of Clark Kent/Superman (Cavill), Bruce Wayne/Batman (Affleck) scrambles to bring together a … Continue reading Talking Movies: Zack Snyder’s Justice League

Game Corner [DK’s Anniversary]: Donkey Kong (Nintendo Switch)

In 1981, Shigeru Miyamoto and his team at Nintendo R&D1 created Donkey Kong, an arcade title that was not only one of the earliest examples of the platform genre but also introduced gamers everywhere to two of Nintendo’s most recognisable characters: Mario and Donkey Kong. Mario, of course, shot to super stardom but today’s a … Continue reading Game Corner [DK’s Anniversary]: Donkey Kong (Nintendo Switch)

Back Issues [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen

To celebrate the fact that I finally got around to reading Doomsday Clock (Johns, et al, 2017 to 2019), DC Comic’s official sequel to the seminal Watchmen (Moore, et al, 1986 to 1987), I’m dedicating every Wednesday of this month to Alan Moore’s influential maxiseries. The Introduction:Usually, my Back Issues articles are a little more … Continue reading Back Issues [Watchmen Wednesday]: Watchmen

Author’s Spotlight: Lee Hall Interview

Lee Hall, author of Consistent Creative Content, the Order of the Following series, and others 1. First, introduce yourself a bit. What is your name (or pen name) and where are you from? Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Lee Hall and I am an independently published author from the UK. Indie publishing … Continue reading Author’s Spotlight: Lee Hall Interview

Talking Movies: Independence Day

Released: 3 July 1996Director: Roland EmmerichDistributor: 20th Century FoxBudget: $75 millionStars: Will Smith, Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum, Judd Hirsch, Margaret Colin, and Randy Quaid The Plot:When a series of flying saucers suddenly appear over and attack every major city across the world, United States President Thomas Whitmore (Pullman) is forced to mount a desperate counterattack … Continue reading Talking Movies: Independence Day