Last night, with thousands of people waiting on his every word, millions of people watching at home, and countless typically-cynical fans tweeting away their tears, WWE star Daniel Bryan (real name: Bryan Danielson) retired. And it has me looking back at my own relationship with professional wrestling. Continue reading “Thank You, Daniel Bryan (or, a look back at a life of watching wrestling)”
Believe it or not, for as much of a nerd as I am, I never really got into the role-playing world of Dungeons & Dragons, or the card collecting bonanza of Magic: The Gathering.
While I love to read, watch, and play through stories of mystical worlds and incredible powers, when it comes to these two staples of the fantasy fandom, I found the gameplay difficult, intense, and far more in-depth than I was willing to partake in.
That’s where Mana War comes in.
Continue reading “KICKSTART THIS!: ‘Mana War’ – A Deceptively Simple Fantasy Card Game”
On October 4th, 2000, I turned 16 years old.
I was a junior in high school. I was crazy in love with my first real girlfriend.
But what I wanted for my birthday – more than anything else – was a copy of Radiohead’s new album, Kid A.
Continue reading “15 Years On: Radiohead’s ‘Kid A’”
I’m not sure if it’s old age, having regular income, or what, but I’ve made the decision to stop pirating media.
And maybe, just maybe, none of us have an excuse to anymore.
Continue reading “Why I No Longer Pirate”
The 2015 edition of the Baltimore Comic Con hit my dear Charm City this weekend, and with a press pass in hand, I made it to one of the country’s best, pure comics shows going today.
Continue reading “A Show Floor Look At BALTIMORE COMIC CON 2015!”
Just wanted to take a brief moment to feature a really rad mobile game here on the blog – HoPiKo. Continue reading “‘HoPiKo’ Is A Blast Of Mobile Arcade Fun”
Folks – earlier this week, I was given beta access to a piece of software that is going to be extremely controversial and disruptive to the way the Internet works. But with what we’re getting, the trade off is completely worth it. What happens from here is for the rest of the Internet to decide…but until that occurs, let us embrace the disruption of Purify, a new content blocker app available soon for iOS. Continue reading “Purify Allows An Ad-Free Glimpse of Pure Mobile Web”