Manga, One Piece, Review

The Great One Piece Journey (Part 17): Sabaody Archipelago

Fun's over, everyone. Time for pain. Time for a lot of pain. Enter: the Worst Generation! After taking their leave of Thriller Bark, the Straw Hats arrive at the halfway point of the Grand Line. However, a problem arises: Fish-Man Island is on the bottom of the ocean! Luckily for them, some new friends lead… Continue reading The Great One Piece Journey (Part 17): Sabaody Archipelago

Game Night, Review, Video Games

Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin: The VR Puzzle Game We All Forgot

The first Psychonauts game ends on a very specific cliffhanger. Truman Zanato, the leader of the Psychonauts, is kidnapped and Raz and the gang fly off to save him. We were left to sit on that for over a decade. Then, when the sequel was finally announced, we learned that that was not the story… Continue reading Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin: The VR Puzzle Game We All Forgot

Anime, Character Analysis, Demon Slayer

Zenitsu Agatsuma: Annoying or Relatable?

The cowardly comic relief is an extremely old cliché in storytelling. Almost as old as the cliché of them actually being among the strongest characters in said story. You can find plenty of examples of characters like this in anime, from the action shounens to the slice of life comedies. They're all generally similar; loud,… Continue reading Zenitsu Agatsuma: Annoying or Relatable?

Books, By the Cover

The Lies of Locke Lamora (By the Cover): City of Sharks

You know what stories are really fun? Gentleman thieves! Sure, a heist with lots of guns and car chases and loud alarms can be really fun. But you know what's cooler? Watching a group of refined thieves convince their mark to give them what they want, then vanish into thin air! That's why The Lies… Continue reading The Lies of Locke Lamora (By the Cover): City of Sharks