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    10 Tips on Getting Your Indie Book Reviewed

    published Sep 26, 2014

    As part of a small publishing house that is constantly releasing books, I'll be seeing my own first standalone short story come out next month from there, actually, but one of the things I constantly ... More >>

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    Is Freud Trolling Conservatives From Beyond the Grave?

    published Sep 25, 2014

    Names are important in works of fiction. Whether or not you realize the significance of what you call your characters, deep within our subconscious mind the etymology is painting in the background to ... More >>

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    10 Best Houston Toy Stores

    published Sep 25, 2014

    If you're like me then you do your gift buying for children online because have seen what happens when you take five-year-olds into a toy store? They develop the reach of Mr. Fantastic and have a grip... More >>

  • The Pick-Axe Murders III: A True Old-School Slasher

    published Sep 24, 2014

    Jeremy Sumrall got the idea for The Pick-Axe Murders III: The Final Chapter in 2007. Back then he was know more for his scriptwriting and for playing roles like The Beast in Sweatshop. Still enough ... More >>

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    5 Upcoming Video Game Movies That Might Actually Not Suck

    published Sep 24, 2014

    I'm not going out much on a limb here by stating that there have not really been any artistically successful film adaptations of video games. The Resident Evil series comes the closest, and for all th... More >>

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    Doctor Who: A Predictable But Fun "Time Heist"

    published Sep 24, 2014

    I'm hard-pressed to think of a time when The Doctor aimed directly for the bank-heist genre of entertainment. I mean, he's definitely tackled breaking into all sorts of places before, and there are a ... More >>

  • Be Very Afraid of Illegal Wiretaps' 80th Release

    published Sep 24, 2014

    The Illegal Wiretaps are bar-none my favorite band in Houston because they are nuts. Completely left their cakes out in the rain. Less than two months since their last EP they're back with a new freak... More >>

  • Teaching Your Kid to Read the Final Fantasy X Way

    published Sep 23, 2014

    I recently came home from my first Student Curriculum Meeting at my daughter's elementary school where she's started kindergarten. I'm totally one of those parents that goes to every meeting and follo... More >>

  • The Doomstress Goes Digital-Goth in Vendetta Diabolique

    published Sep 23, 2014

    Doomstress Alexis is one of Houston's most gifted daughters when it comes to laying out the doom-metal in Project Armageddon. She's got a voice like a wasteland wind that matches well with her brand o... More >>

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    Better Know Your Real Texas Vampires

    published Sep 22, 2014

    So, there's a new Dracula movie coming out and Halloween is around the corner. Vampires are currently like the Rolling Stones in that they are ancient and trying desperately to stay relevant. Their he... More >>

  • Free Game Day: Robo Trobo

    published Sep 19, 2014

    It's Friday, and we know you're just going to play on the Internet until it's time to leave work. Each week we'll be bringing you a free flash game to help the time pass! Game: Robo Trobo Genre: Puz... More >>

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    4 Classic Video Games for Ridiculous Perverts (NSFW)

    published Sep 18, 2014

    I remember when I first started playing video games again after a long hiatus. That was in the PS2 days, and one of those games was God of War. I was shocked that in addition to allowing increasingly ... More >>

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    10 Best Successful Houston Kickstarters

    published Sep 18, 2014

    For around two years now, I have been covering the best crowd-sourced projects by Houstonians, and this month, instead of the usual roundup, we're going to look back over some of those projects to see... More >>

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    5 Questions a Father Is Tired of Being Asked About Having a Daughter

    published Sep 17, 2014

    As a full-time writer who works from home, I am the parent who is tasked with most of the errands, and because I have a five-year-old girl, she's usually out and about with me on those errands. Partly... More >>

  • Skeleton Dick Helps Robot Bunny Save the World

    published Sep 17, 2014

    On The Level Games, the Houston-based software developers behind the golf/hack-and-slash game Curse of Nordic Cove have a brand-new game out on Steam called Boo Bunny Plague. It's the timeless tale of... More >>

  • The Rocks Off 200: Melissa Lonchambon Ryan, Omotai's Mistress of Metal

    published Sep 16, 2014

    Welcome to The Rocks Off 200, our portrait gallery of the most compelling profiles and personalities in the far-flung Houston music community -- a lot more than just musicians, but of course they're i... More >>

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    Doctor Who: You've Really Got to Listen to "Listen"

    published Sep 16, 2014

    I can honestly say that "Listen" is probably the most difficult episode of Doctor Who I've ever had to review. Even aside from the fact that it's probably the most atypical episode since "Blink', it's... More >>

  • What Modern Gaming Can Learn From Left Behind: Eternal Forces

    published Sep 15, 2014

    Recently the trailer (Above) for the film adaptation of the Christian apocalyptic novel Left Behind was released. If you're somehow ignorant of one of the most famous bits of religious propaganda of... More >>

  • Free Game Day: A Temple of Two Worlds

    published Sep 12, 2014

    It's Friday, and we know you're just going to play on the internet until it's time to leave work. Each week we'll be bringing you a free flash game to help the time pass! Game: A Temple of Two Worlds... More >>

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    5 Best Memorials in World of Warcraft

    published Sep 12, 2014

    The difference between games like World of Warcraft and non MMORPGs is that it is literally a created world full of real people. Granted they're running around pretending to be axe-wielding dwarves, b... More >>

  • 100 Creatives 2014: Winston Williams, What Happens to Confiscated Comics?

    published Sep 12, 2014

    What He Does: So there you are in school, just trying to dull the pain of public education by quietly reading an issue of The Maxx (For the sake of narrative in this case you're me, it's the '90s, and... More >>

  • Kemo for Emo Explains Recent Reunion

    published Sep 12, 2014

    One of Houston's best bands, Kemo for Emo is back in the saddle and rocking this weekend after a breakup that saw Larry Fenix leave the band to join Mike Terror. Lead guitarist Jake Rawls sat down wit... More >>

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    3 Legendary Texas Sideshow Performers to Prepare for AHS: Freak Show

    published Sep 11, 2014

    Next month we'll see the return of American Horror Story... More >>

  • Video Game High School Releases Trailer for Third/Final Season

    published Sep 11, 2014

    In a pleasant surprise the trailer for the last season of the acclaimed web series Video Game High School hit the web this month. Last season saw the series blossom into full primetime TV format at a... More >>

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    10 Real Houstonians We'll Need the Most in the Zombie Apocalypse

    published Sep 11, 2014

    Many people have a zombie plan because they're a little insane. Me? I have a zombie plan for the whole city because I'm a lot of insane. It's all well and good to talk of fleeing north where the undea... More >>

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