Moving sucks. And why do I need to collect so much heavy shit? Books, Comics, swords… Seriously? Swords. Why did I decide that was a thing? Also, thank goodness our vinyl collection is small or no one would ever speak to us again. However, listening to Ogre geek out with a couple of the movers… Read More I’ll be back next week
This post started it’s life as a #Nerdy9th post over on G+ but it’s something that I feel like I have to reiterate over here from time to time because there are people in the world who don’t get that I don’t actually hate comics. In spite of all the bullshit, I still love comics.… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #364 – I Love Comics
So, a friend of mine prefaced the question, “Have you seen what Nick Spencer did this time?” with “How’s your blood pressure?” So, I knew it was going to be sinking to new lows. Magneto. A Jewish, explicitly Jewish, character who survived a fucking concentration camp, you know, the one where his fucking parents died,… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #363 – Ok, Now You’re Trying to be an Asshole
Yeah, this is a subject very near and dear to my heart right now. We’re under a week to signing on the new, new place. And two weeks to the actual move. This move should go more smoothly than the last, I mean, we’re moving ALL THE THINGS from just one location, instead of from… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #362 – Moving the Geek Household(s)
First, I want to apologize for missing last week. Between the jerk who fucked us out of being able to buy the house we’re in trying to sell it out from under us, and getting ready to move into the new house which, while not the unicorn we thought this house was, is still pretty… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #361 – Writing Inclusively
Below is my email interview with Anna Krieder and Andrew Medeiros, whose game The Watch started its Kickstarter on Valentine’s Day. What were your early gaming experiences like? How did they lead you to designing games? Drew: I started gaming when I was nineteen with a great group of innovative people. Not long after that… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #360 – Interview with the creators of The Watch: Anna Kreider and Andrew Medeiros
Dead Scare is now available.