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New Year, New Segment, New Army – Sisters of Battle

New Year, New Segment, New Army We like our TTGs here at Valks HQ, so we thought we would offer up some variety to your fresh, nerdy content. Warhammer, Magic Continue Reading

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The Resurrected: Comic Book (TPB) Review

The Resurrected: Comic Book (Trade Paperback) Review Writer & Creator: Christian Carnouche Art: Crizam Zamora Colours: Salvatore Aiala Letters: Cardinal Rae Editor: Erica Schultz Collection Cover: Tula Lotay Produced by: Continue Reading

Blame it on the Goose- 5/5 Honks

Untitled Goose Game Review Developer: House House Publisher: Panic Platforms: Mac, PC and Switch (reviewed)  Genre: Puzzle, Stealth, Single Player Untitled Goose Game  The Untitled Goose game stole the hearts Continue Reading

Disorder: Comic Book Review

Disorder: Comic Book Review Creator: Erika Price Publisher: Diskette Press (run by Carta Monir)   Erika Price’s Disorder is a hauntingly conceptual art piece of a comic book. Frenetic, monochromatic, Continue Reading

Marianne Review

Marianne- Review of the Netflix original Program creator: Samuel Bodin Genres: Horror fiction, Drama Available on: Netflix   A famous horror writer who is lured back to her hometown discovers that the Continue Reading

I am Hexed Issue 1- A political mystery with a pastel palette

I am Hexed Issue 1 review Writer: Kristen Thompson Interior Artist: Christianne Gillenardo- Goudreau Cover: Little Corvus Letterer: Taylor Esposito Twitter account: https://twitter.com/hexed_comic I am Hexed; Witches are living in Continue Reading

Is the Good Omens TV Show a hit or an apocalyptic miss>

Good Omens- Some big shoes to fill!  Originally published: 1 May 1990 Authors: Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett Genres:  fiction, fantasy, comedy First episode date: 2019 Original network: Amazon Video; BBC Two (UK) Network: BBC Two Director: Douglas Mackinnon So, Continue Reading

Norse fantasy novels pt 7: Magic and Seidr

Abra Cadabra pull a rabbit from a horn of mead! – Magic and Seidr   Magic exists in the majority of the Norse Fantasy books I have read, from a Continue Reading