Hello everyone, it’s time for another episode of Brain Food!
And in today’s episode, I review Issue #10 of the Overwatch comic, Reflections, most well known for finally revealing just who in the cast is gay.
Hint, it’s Tracer.
You can download the comic at Blizzard’s website here.
And also please check out and support TeknoAxe, the amazing artist who makes the music for free for everyone to use and that I use in my videos.
Hello everyone, time for another episode of Brain Food!
This time around, I review Malinda Lo’s Adaptation, her first foray into the sci-fi genre.
Sadly, it’s not as good as I wish it could be, and in fact has some disturbing problems with it.
As always, music provided by the amazing Teknoaxe, for free on his youtube channel and website, so please check them out and support such an awesome dude!
Hey everyone, it’s a toy review! But this time with beer!
Delicious, delicious beer…
And as always, please check out TeknoAxe, a talented musician who makes their music for free to use on the Internet.
This was the track I used for this episode. Very cool!
Hello everyone, in this video I take a look at Captain America: Sam Wilson Issue #17, and the complete and utter failure to understand what social justice activism that Nick Spencer satirizes.
Since, you know, satire is supposed to punch up, not down.
I’d also recommend people check out this article by Gavia Baker-Whitelaw on the comic as it has some additional insights into just how badly Nick Spencer screwed up and why.
Hello everyone! In this episode, I review an awesome piece of merchandise made by Kevin Stephenson from Forge and Thistle, a leather tankard! It’s awesome!
As always, please check out Teknoaxe’s music here.
And please check out Forge & Thistle Here.
Hello everyone, and in this 60th episode, I review the hard sci-fi book by Doug Sharp called Channel Zilch.
While overall a good, fun story, it’s undercut by an unfortunate case of yellow fever/geek dream fulfillment in one of its main characters.
In which I review the second installment of Rachel Sharp’s Planetary Tarentella series, A Word And A Bullet! Great stuff!
One other thing I should mention here that I forgot to mention in the video is that the book does answer the question about feminine hygiene products and hair care, which I appreciated. Not a lot of stores selling shampoo and tampons after the Earth suffers a world wide earthquake…
Here is Rachel Sharp’s Website.
And be sure to check out TeknoAxe’s Website for more awesome music!