By now you’ve had ample time to catch up on this series, including the newest episode which aired on Sunday night. This isn’t going to be a recap (Slay Belle already did a better job than I could); it’s just some musings about the show thus far, and I’m going to assume you’ve watched all three episodes. Let this serve as your stern warning that this post is going to be spoilerier than the spoilingest spoilers you’ve ever read. Read More Who Wants to Talk about The Walking Dead?
In the spirit of Halloween, I decided to start this series off with a review of the classic children’s and YA series Goosebumps by R.L. Stein. I chose How I Got My Shrunken Head specifically because when I saw it at the library I felt like I specifically remembered being creeped out by it when I first read it. Upon re-reading though, I had absolutely no recollection of the plot at all and it was published in 1995. I was 13 in 1995 and probably too old for the Goosebumps books, so to be honest I’m not sure I ever read it. Nevertheless, I did read a lot of Goosebumps as a kid and I’m sure this one is representative of most of them. Read More The Furious Bookshelf: Goosebumps? More like…Goslingbumps
Welcome to First Braining. Psychonauts is a platform game released on both console and PC a few years ago. I bought the game on GoG not long ago and finally had the chance to play it. Psychonauts is the story of Rasputin, aka Raz, who wants to join the Psychonauts, a group of special agents with psychic powers. The game’s cartoony design fits the story really well and allows players to explore several fashionable themes, most of which are related to the human mind. It also tackles daddy issues. Read More We Try It: Psychonauts Game Review