“A feint within a feint within a feint…” So, I was scrolling through my Liked tweets list the other day when I came across something I’d forgotten about. Back in June, Jeremy Jordan had tweeted about getting involved with an Audible play earlier in the year. Then the page for his website tweeted the link […]
Just a few days ago, Jeremy Jordan tweeted about having lent his voice to a new musical theatre concept album called In the Light: A Faustian Tale. It’s based on the legend of Dr. Johann Faustus, a German scientist who makes a deal with the Devil in order to pursue knowledge. Now, I knew nothing […]
CONTENT ADVISORY: Upon further research, I’ve discovered that Platinum End is rated M for mature audiences (18+) for violence and some sexual themes. Viewer discretion is advised. Oh… my…. freaking…. God! This series… Review: Platinum End by Tsugumi Ohba. Illustrated by Takeshi Obata. My rating as a series: 4 of 5 stars Okay. Let’s do […]
My review of Death Note (manga) My review of the 2006 film. My review of Death Note 2: The Last Name (I recommend reading my reviews of the 2006 film and Death Note 2 before reading this). Review: L: Change the WorLd by M. My rating: 4 of 5 stars It’s been seven months since […]
I’m three years too late? Don’t care – I’m doing this anyway! I’ve been on a Death Note kick lately, so might as well cover this. So, I just finished watching Netflix’s Death Note for the second time. Now that I have my notes in order, I can at least attempt to talk about this movie, hopefully with as […]
Death Note 2: The Last Name (2006) Review I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving this year! As for me, it’s time to get back to work on this. Okay. Let’s do this! If you need a refresher before I dive into Part II, my review of Part I is right here.
Death Note (2006) Review (Part I) Surprise Sunday Update! Happy Thanksgiving! Okay, I need to confess something: I actually really like this duology.
Review: Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield My rating: 4 of 5 stars “The other drinkers lingered. Storytelling of the usual kind was over for the night – who would stop to tell a story when one was actually happening? – and so they refilled their tankards and glasses, relit their pipes, and settled on their […]
Review: Death Note (manga) by Tsugumi Ohba. Illustrated by Takeshi Obata. My rating of the series: Five out of five stars. “Finally a chance to Find a little justice. There’s nowhere to run to once the name is penned. Take what fortune grants you, Use it while you’ve got it. Once you have begun, you […]
Wow, has it really been two months since I last posted? Time is flying way faster than it should. Anyway, I’m sorry it has been that long, but I promise that is going to change. Quarantine’s getting to me and I’m always restless now. I want to talk about something a little different today, something […]