I have only played two Kirby games. The first one was a demo on my 3ds of "Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn" and one of the original Kirby games, which I played for ten minutes after we first got Nintendo Online. Both games did not impress me other than being vaguely cute. So going into The Forgotten Lands game, I was unsure what to expect. So let's take this journey together of going through the game Kirby and the Forgotten Lands.
It's time again for another segment of B's Views and Reviews where Branson shares with you amazing Devoted Geeks his views on some family friendly and Faith Based comics. This week, while not faith-based, Branson is bringing you a family friendly Lovecraftian fiction comic called "Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Kingdom" Does Branson like this book? Is it something your family may enjoy? Check out Branson's reviews!
In this book you will learn about true vampiric lore from various cultures around the globe, which I wound to be one of the most fascinating parts of the book. It is incredibly obvious that Mr. McDoniel did his homework. It soon becomes evident that many cultures have very similar versions of vampire folklore, and all of them clash with the ideas presented from modern vampire storytelling.
In 1959 Ed Wood released Plan 9 from Outer Space. Since that time, it has been dubbed the absolute worst movie of all time. But is it? Join John, Kevin, and Dallas as they discuss this film and decide if it belongs on the top, middle, or bottom shelf.
as we take a look at the graphic novel adaptation of the literary classic, Dracula. Dracula was written by Bram Stoker and was originally published in 1897. The publishing company Usborne has published a graphic novel version of the story in an effort to make it more accessible to a younger audience.