Another Sunday, another Game of Thrones. This episode takes us all throughout Westeros and beyond, with marriages consummated, marriages to come, religious zealots and oh…this guy right here (to the left) gets just what he ordered. Let’s dive in.
Monthly Archives: April 2015
GOT- The House of Black and White
Another Sunday, another Game of Thrones. Wherein Arya visits a temple, Jon faces an election and Dany learns that savior thing has its downside.
GOT- “The Wars to Come”
After what seemed like forever, Game of Thrones is back! HBO’s adaptation of George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire, with its feuding houses, dragons and one Khaleesi, has returned in triumphant fashion. That means of course, so have my Monday morning recaps. So let’s do this thing!
How to Spite A Racist Troll: Support Black Dreams
This March, African-American indie author Milton Davis released his long-awaited Steamfunk adventure From Here to Timbuktu. Filled with heroes, heroines and (of course) all things steam, the story is set an alternate 19th century world where the United States shares North America with a nation of liberated slaves called Freedonia, Mali is still a powerful kingdom in West Africa and an ambitious Prussian officer has nefarious motives. It’s a fascinating, imaginative bit of world building that should be welcomed by everyone in the genre. Not so however for racist trolls, who live to crush black dreams.