There's a story in my family that while my mom was going into labor, my older brother was kept occupied by teaching a family friend how to play the legend of Zelda on the Nintendo Entertainment System. I grew up with that original Nintendo and its classic games, and with an older brother who actually … Continue reading After 29 years, I beat The Legend of Zelda!
I completely bought into the hype for Red Dead Redemption II. When the game first got announced, I watch the initial teaser trailer with glee, having really loved both the story and the gameplay experience of the first Red Dead Redemption. As more information started coming out, I decided to stop paying attention so that … Continue reading Red Dead Redemption II is incredible and is also not very fun.
If you know what a thermal is, and especially if you think of them wistfully, there's a good chance you read the Animorphs as a kid. There's a lot of things in this series that left an impression on me, but the idea of pillowy cushions of warm air letting a kind, sweet-hearted red-tailed hawk … Continue reading Thermals: A tribute to pillowy cushions of warm air in The Animorphs
I've been a huge Harry Potter fan since my dad ordered the first book for me just as it came out in the United States. I'm actually re-reading the book series right now, albeit slowly. Having said that, the first Fantastic Beasts movie didn't totally thrill me. It was fine, it was fun, but it … Continue reading Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald sure is okay
I've always been a comic book fan in theory, but in practice, I haven't really read that much. For the past few years, I've subscribed to Marvel Unlimited, their app that allows you read most of their back catalog digitally and have been picking away at comics, usually when they are related to the MCU. … Continue reading Thank you, Stan Lee