That Shelf Managing Editor – and avid LEGO collector – Jason Gorber takes a brief look a the latest in the Lego Art series.
On this very special episode of comPOSERS we sit down with talented conductor Evan Mitchell who was set to conduct the TSO this May. Obviously he's been rescheduled, so he joins us for a chat instead!
Pixar's latest plays like a kid-friendly mashup of Weekend at Bernie's, The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter.
This week we look back at some of our misplays from Series 1, and adjust our scorecards accordingly for Harry Potter, Gravity, and The Artist.
This week, we take a look back at the fifteen (!!!) movie scores we covered in Series 1, and call each other out on our bullshit scores.
This week, we're off to Hogwarts with special guest/Harry Potter witch Katrina Kelly to chat about "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" (Sorcerer's Stone if you're American).
Funko is bringing an incredible collectible lineup to the 2019 Emerald City Comic Con. So what are this year’s exclusive ECCC collectibles?
On this week episodes of Page of the Wind we’re looking back at pages 244-250, in which Kvothe gets his first look at the University.
On this week's episodes of Page of the Wind, we talk about pages 223-229, in which Kvothe continues to acquire the trappings of a proper young lad, as opposed to a street ragamuffin.
Looking for films that are both delicious and will entertain you? Here are some of the best food films to satisfy your hunger for good movies.
But what are the biggest movie franchises out there? Let’s look at some of the best-known film franchises.
Kvothe gives up as Rothfuss twists the knife. We talk about how much it hurts to read the next section of The Name of the Wind, Kvothe's hope, and Jordana's eternal optimism.
In this week’s episodes of Page of the Wind, we cover Kvothe’s introduction to the mean streets of Tarbean, and how Kvothe makes his hard life even harder!
Return to the world of Harry Potter in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, a prequel that makes crass commercialism look good.
Fans of Harry Potter will be able to get the proper version of events even if they can't see the play in London.