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BookCon 2020: Epic YA

The Epic Young Adult panel featured acclaimed novelists Nic Stone, Victoria Aveyard, Adam Silvera, Marissa Meyer, and Dhonielle Clayton. https://www.facebook.com/aesposito89/videos/10217994530203065/?t=12343 The panel starts at 3 hours...

BookCon 2020: In Conversation with Tenacious D

At BookCon 2020, Simon Hanselman interviewed Kyle Glass and Jack Black about their film-turned-album-turned-tour-turned-turned-graphic novel with accompanying audio: Post-Apocalypto. The Panel Begins at 2 hours...

“Behemoth” Comic Book Review

In my next comic book review for The Workprint, these talented artists team up to create a very disturbingly unique (and buggy) team up that will definitely play on all your fears in this very exciting thriller!

NYCC 2019: Interview with Chandra Free on ‘Machina Corpse’

Machina Corpse is a company that aims to publish all means of spooky, weird, horror, and dark humor things, that just don’t fit within...

‘Pivot’ Book Review: Darkly Liberating

Pivot, by Author L.C. Barlow, is a paranormal horror fantasy story about life, death, growing up, and feeling trapped in-between. When I first started this...

‘Beyond The Demon, The Sea’ Review

If you are a comic book junkie like me, constantly sticking to the Big Two, Marvel and DC, can tend to get boring from...

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The Mandalorian: “Chapter 13: The Jedi” Reflection

The Mandalorian’s fifth episode of season two finally delivers us the Jedi we’ve been waiting for: Ahsoka Tano, plus some other important factoids. Warning: Using...

‘The Christmas Chronicles Part 2’ Review

Chris Colombus, the director of gems such as Home Alone and Mrs. Doubtfire, might just be mentally stuck in the 1990s in this holiday...

The Mandalorian: “Chapter 12: The Siege” Reflection

In season 2 episode 4 of The Mandalorian, Mando and the Child make a pitstop to repair the Razor Crest, and reunite with some...

‘Supernatural’ Series Finale – “Carry On” Review

The Supernatural series finale is finally here. Did it satisfy? I’d say, mostly yes.
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