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  • Christina Escamilla Writes a Book About Not Writing a Book and It's Great

    published Jul 07, 2014

    It's been only four months since I got to know local author Christina Escamilla through her amazing anthology, 64 Deaths, and already she's back with a new and very different novel called The Day the ... More >>

  • True Blood: Pointless Naked People

    published Jul 07, 2014

    Let me preface this recap with a statement. I like tits. I do. I really do. I like naked ladies a very great deal. I know that the mammary glands are made for the rearing of children, but I unabashed... More >>

  • Reviews for the Lazy Gamer: Elite Sniper III

    published Jul 03, 2014

    Game: Elite Sniper III Platform: PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC Publisher/Developer: Rebellion Developments/505 Games Genre: Shooter Describe This Game in Three Words: It's Bullet Porn Scor... More >>

  • The Best Comics in June Part 2: Lucifer and Southern Justice

    published Jul 03, 2014

    Each month the staff at 8th Dimension Comics picks out the best book to review. Check out Part 1. Justice League #31: I skipped the whole Forever Evil crossover event because when I bothered to read ... More >>

  • The Best Comics in June Part 1: A TV Vagina

    published Jul 02, 2014

    Each month the staff at 8th Dimension Comics picks out the best book to review. Look for Part 2 tomorrow. Trees #1: Everything Warren Ellis does is amazing, and no one knows that better than Warren E... More >>

  • The Rocks Off 200: Michael Dauzat Sr., a Rabbi and a Hate

    published Jul 01, 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 >>

  • The Leftovers: Don't Get Left Behind

    published Jun 30, 2014

    Sorry for the obvious pun, but HBO's new post-Rapture show really is something that you shouldn't miss. Three years ago 2 percent of the world's population disappears. Just up and vanishes out of the... More >>

  • True Blood: Stick to Your Guns

    published Jun 30, 2014

    This week surprised me a great deal on True Blood. I'd resigned myself to ending out the series by sucking harder than a $400 Dyson, but instead it showed that sometime there are things that the show ... More >>

  • John Egan Turns the Blues Black on Amulet

    published Jun 27, 2014

    It's a crime that I've been up till now unaware of bluesman John Egan, but I'm hoping to rectify that by taking a deep look into his latest album Amulet. If you ask me, Houston's greatest unsung treas... More >>

  • 100 Creatives 2014: Nyssa Juneau, Artist With Postcards From Space

    published Jun 27, 2014

    What She Does: The best thing for me as an arts blogger about going to Comicpalooza is that you meet so many new local artists who come out to show off their wares. Nyssa Juneau was literally the firs... More >>

  • Rest of the Best: Houston's 10 Best Bands (With Only Two Members)
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    Rest of the Best: Houston's 10 Best Bands (With Only Two Members)

    published Jun 26, 2014

    I went from being in a band that at its biggest had six members to ending up in one that has only two. Let me tell you something, it is fantastic! Thanks to modern technology, you can replace damn nea... More >>

  • 100 Creatives 2014: John Merritt, He Brings You Tentacle Kitty

    published Jun 25, 2014

    What He Does: People have been telling me for years that I needed to check out Tentacle Kitty, but I honestly just never had any idea what it was. Was it a web comic or something, or a series of paint... More >>

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    Trying to Understand How the Modern Never Land All Fits Together

    published Jun 25, 2014

    Recently I bought my daughter the latest Tinker Bell movie, The Pirate Fairy. It's a good enough film, and one of the better in the series. The real reason I was excited is that Tom Hiddleston was pla... More >>

  • 5 Video Games That I Can't Believe Still Don't Have Movies

    published Jun 24, 2014

    Let's face it, the concept of a movie adaptation of a video game is one that has had a hard birth. When you can arguably point to Resident Evil as the best work in the genre then there are more than a... More >>

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    Doctor Who: We Need Purely Historical Stories Again

    published Jun 24, 2014

    Netflix recently added Series 7 of Doctor Who onto the streaming service, so I've been re-watching some of it. In doing so I've realized two things. The first is I was a little harder on the season th... More >>

  • 5 Ways The Incredibles Is Ayn Randian Propaganda

    published Jun 23, 2014

    Most adults love Pixar movies because Pixar movies are awesome. I'm not arguing that point. However, when you're an adult watching a Pixar movie you just kind of experience it like any other flick and... More >>

  • True Blood: Jesus, Take the Wheel

    published Jun 23, 2014

    Note: Welcome back one of Rocks Off's longest-running recurring columns, our seasonal summations of the music featured on HBO's True Blood. I predicted that this season of True Blood would be a messe... More >>

  • 5 Official Novel Sequels People Forget About

    published Jun 20, 2014

    If current trends continue then by 2050 roughly 134 percent of all entertainment will be sequels, and original content will be released retroactively as prequels in order to capitalize on the success ... More >>

  • The Rocks Off 200: Quenton Rockwell, Melody Man in the Shiny Darks

    published Jun 19, 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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    Rest of the Best: 10 Best Places to Go-Kart

    published Jun 19, 2014

    Hey, Mario Kart 8 is out and that means there's no real reason for any person to go outside except to acquire food for a good long while. But kids, did you know that go-karts are a real thing that you... More >>

  • June Kickstarter Round-Up: Transyltown and Postcards From WW1

    published Jun 18, 2014

    Once a month we'll be bringing you a look at some of the best local Kickstarter campaigns in order to let you know what's getting ready to be unleashed through the help of small investors. Transyltow... More >>

  • Shellee Coley's Fiery Faith Burns Through Bridges

    published Jun 18, 2014

    To tell you why I loved Shellee Coley's latest album, Songs Without Bridges, first I need to tell you about James Caronna. Both artists are people I discovered after getting to know Jeffery Armstreet ... More >>

  • 5 Bullshit Arguments People Make About Switching a Character's Gender/Race

    published Jun 17, 2014

    A little while back I wrote an article about why I felt the next Doctor on Doctor Who needed to be female. Not why I wanted a female Doctor, but why things I had noticed in the show and in fandom dema... More >>

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    A Men's Rights Activists Glossary

    published Jun 16, 2014

    I spend a lot of time talking about Men's Right's Activists because when they were handing out beats at the Houston Press staff meeting earlier this year I was in the hall shaking a vending machine to... More >>

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    5 Things I Miss About AstroWorld

    published Jun 16, 2014

    In October it will be ten years since Six Flags AstroWorld packed up and left Houston without an amusement park. Next year will also be the year that the highly anticipated Grand Texas Theme Park will... More >>

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