TV REVIEW: Rick and Morty S3 E3 ‘Pickle Rick’ (Contains Spoilers)

TV REVIEW: Rick and Morty S3 E3 ‘Pickle Rick’ (Contains Spoilers)

24 Aug, 2017

PICKLE RIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICK!

AUDIO REVIEW: Baker’s End – Tatty Bogle

AUDIO REVIEW: Baker’s End – Tatty Bogle

17 Aug, 2017

Blood rains from the skies and Tom Baker must face the horror of Tatty Bogle at Baker’s End

TV REVIEW: Rick And Morty S3 E2 ‘Rickmancing The Stone’ (Contains Spoilers)

TV REVIEW: Rick And Morty S3 E2 ‘Rickmancing The Stone’ (Contains Spoilers)

16 Aug, 2017

Rickmancing The Stone is a nuanced look at dealing with divorce the only way Rick and Morty know how: dimension-hopping adventure style!

COMIC REVIEW: God Country TP Vol 1

COMIC REVIEW: God Country TP Vol 1

16 Aug, 2017

Is it possible to tell an original story featuring Gods and humans and a magical doodad? Donny Cates (Buzzkill, The Ghost Fleet) might have just pulled it off with this collected edition of God Country from Image Comics.

TV REVIEW: Rick and Morty S3 E1 ‘The Rickshank Rickdemption’ (Contains Spoilers)

TV REVIEW: Rick and Morty S3 E1 ‘The Rickshank Rickdemption’ (Contains Spoilers)

8 Aug, 2017

This episode was a classic slice of Rick and Morty greatness; jam-packed with humour and amazing sci-fi hijinks.

COMIC REVIEW: Curse Words TP Vol 1

COMIC REVIEW: Curse Words TP Vol 1

1 Aug, 2017

Sometimes you need more than Harry Potter or Gandalf to save the day. Sometimes you need Wizord. Welcome to the wonderful world of Curse Words. This trade collects 5 issues under the title Vol 1: The Devil’s Devil.

BOOK REVIEW: Red Gods Sing

BOOK REVIEW: Red Gods Sing

28 Jul, 2017

A reasonably interesting sequel, combining politics with heart. It does not really manage to distinguish itself significantly in a crowded field but builds nicely on the ideas in the first book. If you enjoy your robots in love you can certainly do worse.

FILM REVIEW: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

FILM REVIEW: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

26 Jul, 2017

Valerian is gorgeous, and makes this sci-fi, CG rich world feel real. The downfall is the film’s writer and director

BOOK REVIEW: The Rift by Nina Allan

BOOK REVIEW: The Rift by Nina Allan

21 Jul, 2017

It’s always exciting to discover a genre voice with a different perspective. I read Nina Allan’s 2014 debut The Race last year which I thought had huge potential. On completion of her new novel The Rift I knew that potential had already been reached.

GAME REVIEW: Raiders of the Broken Planet Beta (PS4)

GAME REVIEW: Raiders of the Broken Planet Beta (PS4)

18 Jul, 2017

I jumped on Raiders of the Broken Planet early, because its look, attitude, and 4-vs-1 gimmick seemed worth a look. Now, with a few weekends of actually experiencing it, I wonder about the future of Raiders on consoles, and the future of its playerbase.