We’re almost half-way there! The 30 Day Gaming Challenge is marching on the day 14 entry is … your current (or most recent) gaming wallpaper. OK, so I don’t actually have any on my computer. I tend to go for stuff like artsy photos of old Japanese buildings and the suchlike. My mobile phone though, … Continue reading 30 Day Gaming Challenge: #14 – Your Current/Most Recent Gaming Wallpaper
Day 13 of the 30 Day Gaming Challenge is A Game You’ve Played More Than Five Times. The answer is every game I’ve ever owned. Seriously. Even if a game doesn’t click initially, I play it multiple times so that I can give it a fair crack. As yet, I’ve not come across one that … Continue reading 30 Day Gaming Challenge: #13 – A Game You’ve Played More Than Five Times
So, this should be an interesting one. Day 12 of the 30 Day Gaming Challenge asks for A Game Everyone Should Play. Now, I spent some time running through different ideas here. Maybe I should go for a retro classic like Pac-Man or Galaxian? Should I stick to my tried and true hedgehogs and face … Continue reading 30 Day Gaming Challenge: #12 – A Game Everyone Should Play
Welcome, one and all, to another MDM Projects book review. Today, I’m looking at something a little different: The multi-contributor ezine, Werewolves Versus Hollywood. Background: Edited by Angela Quinton, the Werewolves Versus project is a bi-yearly magazine that pits the aforementioned beasts of fang and fur against physical, cultural, and ideological foes. Each issue picks … Continue reading Book Review: Werewolves Verus Hollywood E-Zine
Welcome, one and all, to another MDM Projects book review. Today, I’m delving into something a little different to my normal reads: Warped: An Engaging Guide to the Never-Aired 8th Season (Star Trek: The Next Generation) by Mike McMahan. This is a book that I spotted in a charity shop and, given my love of … Continue reading Book Review: Star Trek: The Next Generation – Warped
Welcome, one and all, to another author interview! Today, I'm welcoming Allan Hunter aboard. Before we get going with the bookish stuff, can you do a quick introduction for any readers that may not be familiar with you? Sure! My name is Allan Hunter. I'm a theorist and gender activist. I realized I was gender … Continue reading Author Interview: Allan Hunter
Welcome, one and all, to another MDM Project author interview. Now, long term readers will know how much I loved werewolves, so when I had the chance to interview an author of werewolf literature, you can imagine how thrilled I was! As such, please help me welcome aboard UK author, Nick Stead! Before we get … Continue reading Author Interview: Nick Stead
Hi all! I know, I know, it's rare that I get more than one post out in a day. This is just a quick update to say that you can expect me to be a bit slow this week. Since Thursday, I've been nursing some sort of annoying flu-like thing, and it's really left me … Continue reading Expect Slowness …
Rebecca Langham's debut novel Beneath the Surface is available now from NineStar Press, and it's fantastic! So, let's chat with the author!
Welcome, one and all, an MDM Projects Top 5 post. In the time-honoured tradition of my Top 5’s, I’m not going with a Top 5, but a Top 7! Now, today’s subject is one of my childhood favourites: Samurai Pizza Cats. So, some background … Originally airing in Japan in 1990 as Kyatto Ninden Teyandee, … Continue reading Top 7 … Times That The Samurai Pizza Cats Got Away With Stuff
And so, we reach Day 14 of the 30 Day Anime Challenge. This time around we’re looking at …The Anime That Never Gets Old, No matter How Many Time You Re-Watch It. OK, so I’m going back to using multiple examples here. The first one should be obvious is you’ve been following me for a … Continue reading 30 Day Anime Challenge: #14 – Anime That Never Gets Old
Day 13 of the 30 Day Anime Challenge is The Character You Are Most Similar To. Now, this is really hard. I’m not great at seeing myself in others at the best of times. Let me see … I think that I’m going to go with Rock from Black Lagoon. Even putting aside having Revy … Continue reading 30 Day Anime Challenge: #13 – Character You’re Most Like
We’re on Day 12 of the 30 Day Anime Challenge, which means that it’s time for … The Saddest Scene. This is actually easy. There have been many times that anime has almost reduced me to tears … but only one can boast a 100% strike rate when it comes to making me cry. The … Continue reading 30 Day Anime Challenge: #12 – The Saddest Scene
D-Frag! is absolutely bonkers. But which version is better, the anime or the manga?