The first narrative-focused Star Wars game in nearly a decade, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, puts players in control of a former Jedi Padawan named Cal Kestis who, as a child, survived Order 66, the command that turned the Clone Troopers against their allies and led to the near-total destruction of the Jedi. The focus … Continue reading Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and the Emotional Impact of Interactivity
Hoo boy, it's been a long time since I've posted anything here, eh? 2019 wrapped up with the birth of our first child, Atticus. Ramping up to the birth, the time in the hospital, and the lack of sleep since then has left me feeling pretty wiped out, creatively, so I haven't written or drawn … Continue reading 2020 goals!
My wife and I do a lot of little trips, largely because we live a few hours away from the rest of our family. I don't think a month has gone by where we haven't at least done one weekend in Portland, or Bend, or camping, or something. We don't typically do big vacations, but … Continue reading Holy vacation, Batman: Hawaii and our Baby Shower
2 weekends ago, my wife and I decided to go camping. We'd been wanting to all summer, but hadn't been able to make it work out so far. We decided mid day on Friday to go get a spot Saturday, and had a great time. While we were getting ready to go, I heard Griffin … Continue reading Camping and Hatchet are not a good mix
It's been a while since I finished my reread of the Animorphs book series, and just this week I finished watching through the TV show for the first time. I'd seen some of it back when it first aired back in the 90s, and even then I could tell that it just wasn't good. Having … Continue reading The finale of the Animorphs TV show is buck wild (and bad)