“Batman vs. Superman” is Criminally Underrated

It’s one of the classic debates in comic book circles: if Batman and Superman got into a fight, who would walk away? A lot is being said about this new movie, and I won’t spoil the outcome, but the critics and “comic book authorities” are certainly losing. That’s because for reasons I cannot understand, theyContinue reading ““Batman vs. Superman” is Criminally Underrated”

Double Review: The Never Prayer, and The Whitefire Crossing

On the Colorado writing scene, there are many fine talents and local stars. I have had the great privilege to read two of the books on that scene in recent months: The Never Prayer by Aaron Michael Ritchey, and The Whitefire Crossing by Courtney Schafer. Today, I finally get to review them for you. In short, both novelsContinue reading “Double Review: The Never Prayer, and The Whitefire Crossing”

“John Carter” Review, Part 1

Many people love to gripe, bemoan, scoff, whine, and otherwise complain about the state of Hollywood. And they have good reason. Superfluous reboots and unneeded sequels give the movie industry the vibe of a broken record, special effects and marketing campaigns repeatedly supplant great storytelling, and audiences are increasingly jaded and cynical. Then there isContinue reading ““John Carter” Review, Part 1″

“Alcatraz” – A Letter of Recommendation

I am about to go on an anti-rant, so forgive me if I sound like a hyper fanboy. That’s because I am one. Once in a while, you find one of those television shows that is blessed with just the right casting, concept, and a whole lot of intrigue that glues you to the seat.Continue reading ““Alcatraz” – A Letter of Recommendation”