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“Prometheus” Review

So, here it is. Prometheus is finally upon us. I suppose reviews like this will be swallowed up by the wave of critical and popular adulation that will be heaped upon the film. I’ll start like this: Prometheus was good. In fact, [...]

June 8, 2012 ZDONOTUSE

“Waiter, There’s a Message in my Game”

Gaming, like any other art form, can be appreciated on several different levels. Typically, when a journalist reviews a game, we judge the aesthetics and functionality of the title. But, just like other art forms, games can also be appreciated [...]

January 31, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
Patrick O'Connor

Patrick O’Connor Gets Comic Booked!

I recently had the pleasure of conducting an interview with Patrick O’Connor. I first became aware of Patrick and his work at Comicspedia through a Q & A he did over at reddit. I was instantly fascinated with Patrick and his work, [...]

January 4, 2012 ZDONOTUSE

Super Mario 3D Land Review

After the major price drop and stellar future line-up were announced earlier this year, I knew I would be investing in the Nintendo 3DS. So, on Black Friday, I braved the craven masses to fetch myself the sexy Zelda-themed 3DS bundle and Super [...]

December 1, 2011 ZDONOTUSE
Alan Robert

Alan Robert Gets Comic Booked!

It’s no secret: I’ve been excited about Alan Robert’s Crawl to Me since Issue #1 was given to me by the folks at IDW. Since then, it’s been my pleasure to review the first three issues (review of #1, review of [...]

October 19, 2011 ZDONOTUSE
Logo for Dragon Age Origins

Dragon Age: Can a Game be Art?

Dragon Age: Origins was released in 2009 to critical acclaim and an appreciative fanbase, which continues to grow. Reviews typically opened with describing it as the spiritual successor to Baldur’s Gate, a brave claim to make given the undiminished devotion [...]

August 12, 2011 Features

Interview with “Brimstone & the Borderhounds” Team

At this year’s Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con, Nick Cavicchio and I had a chance to meet up with a rather interesting group of creators. The Borderhounds, the creative team behind the indie publication Brimstone and the Borderhounds, were out [...]

June 30, 2011 ZDONOTUSE

Alan Robert’s “Crawl to Me” – Issue #1, Review

It’s not often that I get a chance to dive into a fresh, interesting, new title. So, when IDW reached out to us and told us about Alan Robert’s new, limited horror series, Crawl to Me, I was more than [...]

June 24, 2011 ZDONOTUSE

Detective Dispute: “Heavy Rain” vs. “L.A. Noire”

The comparisons between Heavy Rain and L.A. Noire were bound to be drawn – while each does definitely have a unique spin on the detective/mystery genre, it’s impossible to ignore the similarities. Well, now that I’ve had a chance to [...]

May 23, 2011 Games and Gaming

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