This week, Humble Bundle is highlighting the Humble Cosplay 2.0 bundle, offering a variety of books on sewing, mold-making, 3d printing, body-painting, and other basic and advanced techniques used to make imaginative costumes that come to life.
Jessica Wagar Archives
Abandoned by wolves, rescued by Comic Book People. Enjoys stories of monsters & horror, and urban fantasy. Artist, Writer, Moderator.
Stephen King's new novel, The Outsider, comes out on May 22nd. If you can't wait that long, here's an excerpt courtesy of Entertainment Weekly for you to wet your whistles with.
Amy Bartol's 'Traitor Born' is an adventurous sci-fi romance, a nice bit of escapism for a sunny day or over a cup of hot coffee.
Book Review: Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer shows the importance of introverts in a survival setting and is a lovely read.
After a long 15 months in early access, Conan Exiles has officially launched. Now you, too, can chop up your enemies, make homes, craft weapons and run around naked (or not) in the world of Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian.
Book Review: If you like books about people exploring unfamiliar cultures and worlds and don’t have time to spend weeks on a book, The Continent by Kiera Drake is the book for you.
Review: The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso is a good read but less enjoyable audiobook.
Wildling (2018) is an unremarkable supernatural film with troubling racial undertones.
Book review: If you want a book that will last you a while, Rhapsody is for you. If you’re looking for something polished, or a quick read? Try something else.
Review: The Kindle Fire HD 10 presents a close-to-original comics reading experience in a lightweight, sturdy, and reasonably priced form.
Comic Stacks subscription box is a monthly box of comics and graphic novels sent to your door, carefully curated to get you some of the best that is out there.
This month's Marvel Gear and Goods Loot Crate has arrived, bringing with it a load of sporty X-Men swag! Check out photos and more.
Book review: While I was dismissive of Ready Player One at first, the more I reflect upon it, the more nuance I find to it; and it stands up well to repeated reading.
Review: Cargo by J.C. Macek III is a short thriller about an a**hole stuck in a shipping container in the middle of nowhere -- and how he learns what love is via the application of electric shock (and a whole lot of soul-searching) while his world crumbles around him.
Dark Souls: Beyond the Grave by Damien Mecheri and Sylvain Romieu is an epic look at the building of a gaming collection.