Spelunky is the greatest game of all time… When I decided to create this piece, I thought it would be pretty easy, because I have so much to say about Spelunky. But I ended gushing incoherently over a word document, none of which made sense. I was overcome by emotion. Just thinking about this game … Continue reading Spelunky is G.O.A.T.
Original Title: Magi no Okurimono Story and Art by Kumichi Yoshizuki Original Publisher: Grand Jump Premium (6 Chapters, 1 Volume) Publication Date: 2014 *** I’d like to start this piece by reminding everyone that this manga is 6 chapters long. It will take you less than an hour to read, and I highly recommend you … Continue reading The Gift of the Magi Review
Video Version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O05HEcVdYIA&t=33s When I first saw gameplay footage for Pokemon Quest, I was sad. I felt like Nintendo were waisting their time making, mediocre freemium games that no players really wanted. That’s not to say that fans didn’t want Pokemon games on mobile devices. For years the idea of porting older Pokemon games has … Continue reading Why Pokemon Quest is Great for all Players
Story and Art by Will Eisner Original Publication Date: 1978 Will Eisner is considered by many to be the pioneer of the “graphic novel”. His body of work was not intended to whisk children away into worlds filled with caped crusaders. Instead, he was dedicated to the depiction of real life struggles that a more … Continue reading A Contract With God Review
Video Version - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8CCoErW8vU Today I’m going to be discussing a very interesting creation I came across a few months back. While 6 hours into a youtube deep-dive, I came across a let’s play for a game I had never heard of before. While the Youtube video seemed to mimic that of a normal lets play … Continue reading What is Petscop?
Good Bye Story and art by Yoshihiro Tatsumi Published in English by Drawn and Quarterly (2008, 1 volume) Created during 1971-72 Just to give you an idea on how important this piece is to me, if I had read Good Bye before I made my Top 10 manga list it would have been up there. … Continue reading Good Bye Review
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind Release date: 11 March 1984 Relation to Ghibli: Directed by Hayao Miyazaki, Produced by Isao Takahata Synopsis: Far in the future, after an apocalyptic conflict dubbed the "7 days of fire", much of the world's ecosystem has been devastated. The few surviving humans, now divided into warring factions, live … Continue reading Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind Review