A friend recommended “Ready Player One” to me and I am loving it. Ernie Cline has written a very industry savvy novel here. YA with cross-over appeal? Check. Vaguely near-future sci-fi with elements of fantasy tossed in? Check. Future dystopia? Check. But where the book really shines is by summoning up all the nostalgia that . . . → Read More: Gamer for Life
Well, fingers are crossed. For the fourth year in a row, I’ve sent off submissions to The Black Library, the publishing arm of Games Workshop and the primary dissemination point for Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40,000 fiction.
This year was somewhat bitter-sweet for me since it is the last year that Black Library will be . . . → Read More: Submission sent to Black Library
Okay, well the email conversation that inspired these posts is sort of winding down and so I begin what will probably be the last part of my ramblings on Ridley Scott’s “Prometheus”. I just want to re-iterate that I really liked the movie. Some of the things I’ll have to say below, might make it . . . → Read More: Some Random Disjointed Thoughts Regarding “Prometheus” – Part 3
Yep – Still a lot of spoilers. Stay away until you’ve seen the film.
So yeah, in Part 1, I mentioned that watching “Prometheus” had gotten me to see James Cameron’s “Aliens” in a new light. Honestly, I should have seen this point of view for “Aliens” for a long time, and I’m kind of . . . → Read More: Some Random Disjointed Thoughts Regarding “Prometheus” – Part 2
Obviously, Spoiler-heavy content. Don’t read if you haven’t seen the film.
For the record, I really liked Ridley Scott’s film “Prometheus”. That doesn’t mean the film isn’t rife with story problems and bad science, but that also doesn’t mean it wasn’t entertaining. A lot of the following thoughts originally came from . . . → Read More: Some Random Disjointed Thoughts Regarding “Prometheus” – Part 1