We have a first today for you, a review of a Graphic Novel. Michael David Anderson reviews Nailbiter Vol 1 by Joshua Williamson. Welcome to Buckaroo, Oregon: A Breeding Ground for Serial Killers.
In this special Valentine’s Day edition of the Canyons of the Damned, what forms love will take and how will it impact each story. Find out more about this collection in my review.
What happens when you read five tales in space about humans and aliens in one cosmic collection? Find out more about each one of these short stories in my review.
Michael David Anderson gave up on M. Night Shyamalan years ago. Does Split give him any hope for future Shyamalan movies or is it a major disappointment? Find out in this movie review of Split.
What happens when an anthology is filled with unusual and unique short stories about the power of your mind and what it can do? Find out more about this collection in my review.
The idea that our world is merely a computer program isn’t a new one, but Scott Meyer manages to successfully turn the trope into an amazingly fun romp through time in his Magic 2.0 series. Learn more about this book series in this review.
Demonic forces have moved the players into place and the apocalypse has begun in this horror thriller. Find out more about it in my review.
What happens when the apocalypse envelops New York City and one woman discovers her destiny is to fight it? Find out more about this novel in my review.
Here at The Leighgendarium, we tend to focus more on independent publishing. However, while our focus tends to usually be on independent authors and their work, Michael David Anderson decided to take a look at other forms of independent creativity. Enter Firewatch, the first release by independent game developer Campo Santo.