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SitSoC Episode 119: Rooms Escape Me

Where we gather up Cait and Amy and go out to an Escape Room.  Hear our review.  No spoilers.


SitSoC Episode 71: Ghost washing. Shell washing? I dunno anymore

Where we review the new Ghost in the Shell movie and only make about four hundred factually inaccurate statements!  Also Spoilers! Also, Cait and Aaron join us!  Go watch the movie! Ignore the message of this movie and buy stuff, plz: http://aeither.net/shop


Graphic Reviews: Huck

Huck One of my favorite things about being a lover and devoted reader of any genre is getting to know the styles of the various writers and learning which ones appeal to me and which ones don’t. Since I’ve only been reading graphic novels for the past decade or so, […]


Graphic Reviews: The House That Batman Built

The House That Batman Built: Comics for Lego Batman Fans Over the long weekend, I got the chance to go see Lego Batman, a spin-off of the recent Lego movie featuring one of everyone’s favorite characters. I was a little concerned that it would be too childish or just a blatant […]


SitSoC Episode 57:Rouge One – A Cheek Bone Story

Spoiler Alert: Rogue One.  This is not actually about makeup.  Kyle just can’t spell real good.  Go See This Movie!


Graphic Reviews: The Killing Joke

The Killing Joke An astute (i.e. has read more than one of my reviews and isn’t brain dead) may have noticed that my favorite superhero is Batman. I have mentioned this a few times in previous reviews. I grew up watching Batman: The Animated Series and first fell in love […]


Graphic Reviews: DCC Showcase – Zach Howard & Wild Blue Yonder

DCC Showcase – Zach Howard & Wild Blue Yonder While I’d consider myself more of a noob than an expert in the comics and graphic novels world, I always get excited when I find a familiar face/name in a new series. What makes it even more exciting is when you […]


Graphic Reviews: Civil War

Civil War So often when you think of superhero battles, you think of good versus evil, hero versus villain. However, when superhero stories really start getting interesting is when the definition of good and evil become more blurred. Both Marvel and DC have played with this to an extent but […]


Graphic Reviews: Tyson Hesse’s Diesel

After the dark, occasionally creepy and disturbing tones of Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham and Superman: Red Son, it seemed like  this week was a perfect time for something fun and silly. This week, I’m taking a look at a wonderful, indie steampunk story called Tyson Hesse’s Diesel. […]