“How To Be A Werewolf” Webcomic Review – Passing All The Tests

Posted Posted in Books, Fantasy Comic

The last decade has seen the Werewolf come second in mythic-creature-pop-culture after the Vampire (thanks Twilight), but “How To Be A Werewolf” definitely gives them a run for their money. This telling of the werewolf is deep, full of monochromatic beauty that captures moments of emotional upheaval, while also telegraphing serious issues surrounding anxiety and abuse.     Malaya Walters is 25 (already a treat that we aren’t starting with a stereotypical 16 year old). […]

“Firebiner” Review – The Carabiner Preppers Dream About

Posted Posted in Gear, Prepper

If all that’s holding your keys together is a regular old carabiner (or an even more regular keyring), then the Firebiner will provide you with the perfect excuse to upgrade. It’s sleek, it’s sharp, it’s shiny, it’s sparky. And it will hold your keys.     Firebiner Characteristics: Stainless steel Titanium coating Rated for 50lbs/ 22kgs Weighs 1 oz / 22g Patent Pending EverSpark wheel Firestarter 2 Free Replaceable Ferro rods 5 colors: Silver, Black, Gold, Blue […]

“The Refuge” Board Game Review and How-To-Play

Posted Posted in Board Games, Tabletop

2-6 5m – 1h 13+ 4 / 5 Players Play Time Recommended Age Geek Rating   The Refuge Review: B&B Games launched their Kickstarter campaign for The Refuge on the 15th of September in 2016. Really, they had me at zombie. I enjoy it. It is really that simple. I’ve picked it up to play again and again, which is a good sign to me of a sound game. I gave it an 8 on […]