I jump into the game late with my review of My Hero Academias first season, let’s explore together.
The most important question we can ask in 2021: Can book series get a bit too long? Do authors drag things out? Let’s explore.
Neil Gaiman is a masterpiece of a human, and his books showcase that, let’s be fanboys and girls together as we wander through his phenom novel, Neverwhere. Filled with mystery […]
A meandering review of Tom Lloyds first book in the God Fragments series, Stranger of Tempest. Action packed chases, big booms from mage guns, and lots of trauma, this book […]
The Light of all That Falls, the third book in the Licanius trilogy, manages to wrap up things nicely, while leaving a whopping emotional toil with its ending. That being […]
The Dark glory war by Michael A. Stackpole does not seem to be on many peoples radars, but it is a worthy YA fantasy novel that leads up to a fantastic trilogy, the dragoncrown war.
What is Geektales all about? Books. Anime. Gaming. Creativity. Performance.
Aloha readers, listeners, and lost folks who took a wrong turn, this is a public service announcement from your friendly neighborhood geek. When I began the journey to start a […]
Do Schools ruin our desire to read, be creative, and learn? There’s a strong case to be made. Check out Seth Godins work at: https://seths.blog/ Stealing dreams article: https://medium.com/@thisissethsblog/stop-stealing-dreams-4116c7dbff7b Stealing […]
Why are Fantasy and Science Fiction Novels not used in school? I argue why stories, especially fantastical ones, are better vehicles for sharing knowledge, especially philosophical and moral knowledge, which […]
Are protagonists in anime too young? Or just unrealistically portrayed? As an avid fan of anime, this critique may come off as too strict or harsh, but I believe it […]
Gleipnir is a 2020 anime that has got people talking, and not always in a good way. With striking visuals and a few combat scenes that will have you on […]
The first season of Kuromukoro falls into many of the same issues throw away anime series do these days. Way too many nonsensical children, and way too little background story. […]
Brad Abrahams Debut Novel is a fun ride that would have been better off as a tv show than a book, let’s explore why.
One Punch Man may be one of the most ridiculous, beautiful, and stunningly well choreographed action anime of the last decade. Let’s explore.