Dad’s Grade: B+
My favorite thing about Brandon Mull is that he has really good ideas. His stories are unique, and the plot is always easy to follow, and really engaging. 254 more words
I don’t know about you, but when I read New Avengers #30 last night, I started yelling incoherently. Exciting stuff.
Two weeks prior, we had the reveal of what Hank Pym saw on his travels across the Multiverse: The Beyonders! 1,231 more words
Once upon another time, I created a world for a dystopian/rebellion themed story called Gearhard Metropolis. It was a sprawling, busy, reckless city that embraced the feudal system fiercely by dividing the city into the Inner and Outer city, the poor on the outskirts, the rich smack-dab in the middle. 656 more words
Most readers, however harsh, cynical, world-weary, or Dystopian-loving, have a soft spot somewhere in there heart for the fantasy genre.
Even those who renounce the supposed “childish” ideals of magic, knights, and bravery can be caught sneaking around with a Tolkien novel tucked in their “The Beautiful and the Damned” Barnes and Nobel book bag. 130 more words