Hello everyone, it’s another episode of Brain Food, and this time around, I’m bringing with me a wonderful little graphic novel from Lucy Bellwood, 100 Demon Dialogues.
Please be sure to check out her website and Twitter and support this amazing artist.
And you can find the ending song here, from the amazing people at Audio Library.
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.
Hey everyone, it’s a new episode of Brain Food, wherein I discuss Dark Anna & The Pirates of Kadath, a pirate adventure inspired by the writings of HP Lovecraft and a real life pirate from the 16th century.
There is also a kickstarter still underway to help make even more of this wonderful story, and I highly recommend you give them a helping hand if you like pirate adventures on fantasy seas.
And check out their good friend, one Mr. Kielen King’s kickstarter as well. If you like geeky sci-fi music, then you’ll love this!
Hello everyone and it’s time for another episode of Brain Food!
In today’s episode, I review the most excellent and fun fantasy graphic novel, the Rat Queens!
Also be sure to go to the Rat Queens website and check them out there!
Well, after too long a time, I bring to you another episode of Brain Food, wherein I review the most excellent and fun graphic novel, The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury!
This book has been nothing but a great fun read and a wonderful experience, and you should all go out and buy it!
In fact, go the the Miranda Mercury website and check out the latest news from the writers!
Hello everyone, and welcome to the first video of the new year! Apologies for this one coming out so late, but I’ve been pretty busy.
Nonetheless, I bring to you the latest episode, wherein I review the graphic novel Birth of a Nation, written by Aaron McGruder and Reginald Hudlin, and drawn by Kyle Baker.
I hope that everyone enjoys it… I even added in a small blooper reel at the end.