September 15, 2011
James Bond is kind of a douche too. (more…)
Tonight we take a step back a few years in time to see what the geeks of ages past thought would happen if they formed their own commune.
Unsurprisingly, there are less zombies, vampires, and werewolves. (more…)
In the wake of the controversy surrounding Enko & Anthur’s return, I suppose it’s a good time to expound upon how exactly one resurrects a fallen mortal. (more…)
As Macho Man Randy Savage used to say: “Oooh yeah it’s about to get real.” (more…)
Recently, a lot of discussion has been brought up by the release of the magnificent game, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, one which centers around the notion that technology taken too far may inevitably destroy us.
I’m about to tell you why it never will. (more…)
They say you write what you know, because you can present it with the most truth and realism compared to things you’ve made up completely.
While I’ve never worked at a games store, and I can’t speak for the creator of Name Game, I can say with certainty from first-hand accounts of associates and friends who have that it’s portrayed with about the same level of realism as Nicholas Cage can portray someone in a state of baffling confusion.
With the latest page, Remember has produced a catalogue of 400 comics regularly produced twice weekly (barring the occasional scheduling conflict, illness, or other direct intervention) over the span of almost 4 years since November of 2007. (more…)
So it’s a pretty clear thing that I really enjoy robots (and indeed machinery and mechanisms of almost any kind), evidenced in Remember by way of the Sovices, and that I really enjoy magic (evidenced by the main characters and the various Magic Physics posts around here).
You may be surprised to learn then that I don’t like at all instances where the two meet in one setting or character, such as the Warforged of Eberron taking up spellcasting classes. I’m also much less a fan of magically-animated constructs than I am of wholly-technological creations. (more…)