I Am Merely A Collector

I can’t recall a blog that I’ve written in the past that prominently featured video games. I’ve done movies, TV, wrestling, mental health, social justice, and more, but I don’t think I’ve ever just sat down and talked about my video games preferences and experiences. What better time than the present–especially considering I just finishedContinue reading “I Am Merely A Collector”

31 Days of Nightmares

It has become a trope of sorts to discuss the stark difference that a year can make, especially when comparing 2021 to the year that came before. For example, 76.8% of people aged 5 and older in King County, Washington are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 but the vaccines weren’t even widely available around this timeContinue reading “31 Days of Nightmares”

Comic Relief: 30 Days of Night – Double Feature

Hello! Welcome to the space on the internet where Carl Randers, Jack Stevens, and I get together and discuss a comic that we recently read. I like to call it ‘Comic Relief‘! Last time, we were delighted to discuss Skyward, Vol. 1: My Low-G Life, written by Joe Henderson, with art by Lee Garbett, and this time we’re doing spookyContinue reading “Comic Relief: 30 Days of Night – Double Feature”

You Can’t Spell ‘Success’ Without ‘SUS’

One problem that I run into when writing these blogs is that I will have a vague memory of a topic I’ve touched on in the past, but no recollection of what I said about it. Today I encountered just such a conundrum because I think I’ve written about imposter syndrome in the past, IContinue reading “You Can’t Spell ‘Success’ Without ‘SUS’”

Comic Relief: Skyward

Hello! Welcome to the space on the internet where Carl Randers, Jack Stevens, and I get together and discuss a comic that we recently read. I like to call it ‘Comic Relief‘! Last time, we were loath to discuss Preacher Book One, written by Garth Ennis with art by Steve Dillon and this time we’re discussing Skyward, Vol. 1: MyContinue reading “Comic Relief: Skyward”