• Hades: Lord of the Dead by George O’Connor – review

    I love reading about Greek and Roman gods and goddesses, and have enjoyed reading about myths since I was a kid. The Olympians series brings the main figures of mythology to vibrant life as cartoons. These volumes by First Second and George O’Connor have reinvigorated my interest in mythology, and are sure...

  • FireFly Toothbrush from Dr. Fresh – Highlight

    Brushing teeth is a big issue around our house, it is normally met with groans and the...

  • Last Rite by Lisa Desrochers – review

    Torn between hot Celestials and hot Infernals, Frannie Cavanaugh’s soul has been waged over by the forces of Heaven and of Hell. What is it about her, what sets her apart and distinguishes her, that would cause an Infernal to give up his place of honor in Hell and become a human,...

  • Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater Nintendo 3DS – review

    Metal Gear fans, you’ve played all of the incarnations of this series so far, and have loved ’em all–but have you played Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D for the Nintendo 3DS yet? If not, do so! It’s possibly the best of them all ! I’ll go into a few reasons WHY...

  • Another Show…Another Successful Adventure

    Less than a year ago, my friend and I decided to take a trip to Philadelphia for...

  • Welch’s Filled Licorice By Frankford Candy – Review

    I have a son that does not like cakes, cupcakes, cookies or really any type of baked...

  • New Artist Feature: Kip Moore

    The New Music Feature is just what it sounds like. A showcase for new music and new...

  • The Legend of Kora (1.3) The Revelation – Review

    Korra is faced with a true test of her Avatar ideals, when Amon reveals an incredible power! Mako’s...

  • The Legend of Korra (1.1 and 1.2) Reviews

    Welcome to Republic City (1.1) After the death of Avatar Aang, the Order of the White Lotus discovers the new Avatar, Korra. For the next several years, Korra is trained to bend earth and water, just recently mastering fire. Her teachers fear Korra is focused too much on the physical aspect of bending rather...

  • The End of an Era…the Realization of a Dream

    Written By:  Diego Salas and John Babula It has been over a year now and our goal...

  • My Very Own Fairy Tale – I See Me!

    When I See Me! reached out to us, I knew this was going to be a great product for the whole family; now the question was what book would we choose to get for the youngest of our family. Our baby girl is in love with princesses and My Very Own Fairy...

  • Pink Smog by Francesca Lia Block – Review

    Weetzie Bat doesn’t fit in.  She never has, but that isn’t a problem.  She is creative, clever, and smart, with wicked cool friends who don’t fit in, either.  Twenty-three years ago, she appeared when writer Francesca Lia Block published Weetzie Bat, and now, she has offered an explanation of how Weetzie Bat came...

  • Kinect Dance Central 2 for the XBox – review

    I’ve reviewed another dancing game here in the past, Country Dance for the Wii, and I’ve played others, like the Michael Jackson Experience one and Just Dance 2, both for the Wii. How does Kinect Dance Central 2 for the XBox rate when stacked up against these other games? Is it worth...

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