A little late, but better than never. Our take on the episode Strongarm’s Big Score, the 41st episode of Transformers: Robots in Disguise.
Yesterday (as I wrote this), I found out that the best place for me to actually play Magic: the Gathering, one Silver Creek Game Shop in Sellersburg, Indiana, had closed for good three hours earlier. I wished I had listened to my intuition and went to visit earlier that day. Since then I have thought a lot about what might have gone wrong for it, what has gone wrong for other “geek shops” I’ve known, and lessons from all of them gathered so that another one might grace the Sunnyside of Louisville sometime. I plan to make this a more universal article, so if you are not from around the Kentuckiana area do not fear…you will find things germane to you as well.
It’s been awhile, but now another new season of Robots in Disguise has begun. If you read our previous reviews, you know we have been hesitant about this series. Will Season 3 be an improvement? Let’s hope so. Here is our review, with potshots, of the first episode of the season…History Lessons,
It’s almost a week late, but why not. Here is our analysis and taking “potshots” at the season 2 opener of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, entitled Out of Time.
You just have to love all these superhero season openers at once (almost). It is a rush. Here is our review of Supergirl‘s second season, and the first one intended to be on the CW…The Adventures of Supergirl, done in our usual style of first “potshots”, and then our spoilery analysis.
Welcome back to Icygeek and another season of The Flash. When we left last season, Barry went back in time to save his mother from being murdered. However, since that wasn’t a series finale, it must all turn to guano for him. Here is our review of the season three opener: Flashpoint.
Wizards of the Coast has been slow in producing content for 5e, and other than the Forgotten Realms the pre-existing campaign settings for it have been barely supported, if at all. This includes the apocalyptic setting of Dark Sun. However, a fan of the setting named Kiel Chenier did us all a favor by…
Just as we was looking for a new anime to review, here is a post from Crunchyroll saying episode 1 from a series called…Kaiju Girls. Why not review it? Below is out review of the first episode, entitled We’re Kaiju Girls?! As per our usual style, we first take potshots at it while watching it, and then give our analysis.
We have been slacking with the site lately, but reviews of 20 minute anime seem to work well. So we decided to try to find something fun and we have…Familiar of Zero. We have never seen it before, so watch with us as we have the episode embedded below (at least until Youtube pulls it), with our typical potshots of the episode, with a final analysis below it. Here is our take of the first episode of The Familiar of Zero: entitled Zero Louise.
Getting back to doing reviews, and what better way to start than with the season premiere of the only Marvel TV show in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. We saw a lot of weirdness in the preview of the fourth season at the end of the third season’s season finale, so let’s see what this season will give us.