The past several weeks feel like I’ve been inundated by horror. Tales of people catching ill, and dying horribly, by a pandemic that continues even as I
Jessica Wagar Archives
Abandoned by wolves, rescued by Comic Book People. Enjoys stories of monsters & horror, and urban fantasy. Artist, Writer, Moderator.
I’ve been waiting for Fallout 76 to arrive, downloaded it to my trusty PC, and have been enjoying playing it, except it's a soulless, bug-ridden mess.
The start of a massive epic fantasy tale, the Mongoliad is a huge and delightful book
The Adventure Zone: Here Be Gerblins is a humorous graphic novel based upon the McElroy family's hit podcast.
Worldcon pulls its program after issues with troubling errors in its program biographies.
Ghoulish: The Art of Gary Pullin by April Snellings is a massive and lush book of iconic horror art.
Judy Blume wants your opinion on which of her books would be best adapted to film or TV.
Struberville: Consequences of Isolation is Monte Dwyer's examination of the tragic murder of Bruce Schuler at the Palmerville Station, Australia.
What the Dog Knows is Cat Warren's research into the world of cadaver dogs and how they help find the remains of lost loved ones.
Stephen King's The Outsider is an engrossing, highly engaging book that hooks you and doesn't let go until the very end.
Dark Souls Remastered is a challenging and fun game. If you haven’t played it before and are curious, I recommend this for new gamers and fans alike.
The Astro A10 Gaming Headset is a great choice for the budget-savvy gamer.
Review: Akata Witch by Nnedi Okorafor is delightful, smart, and insightful -- a book one can enjoy no matter their age or country of origin.
Cartoon Country by Cullen Murphy is a retrospective of the author's father, John Cullen Murphy, in the era of early newspaper cartoon art.
Drawn to Purpose: American Women Illustrators and Cartoonists by Martha Kennedy is a hefty tome of ladies and their works -- works often left out of historical art books.