Book Review: ‘Communion’ by Whitley Strieber

Since I’ve started writing for Team Hellions, aliens have become almost, if only slightly less, synonymous with the other featured topics here, like wrestling and comics. Kevin and I have both reviewed Pat Lee’s Extraterrestrial Compendium and one of my favorite comic series, Saucer Country, was a regular feature in the review section until it was canceled. (Yeah, I’m…

Book Review: ‘Into a Sky Below, Forever’ by Karl Pfeiffer

Karl Pfeiffer’s follow up to the debut novel, Hallowtide, is a collection of short works. Into a Sky Below, Forever covers a wide range: fiction to non-fiction, poetry to story. Each piece exists in varying shades of darkness, a darkness that Pfeiffer knows how to work with, exploit, and make do his bidding. But even more so,…

Filling The Void Left By #WorldsEnd

Earlier this year, Josh Hewitt unleashed the Worlds End project on, well, the world, and it was damn awesome. So much so, that by the end, there was a void left.  Carey Torgesen helped fill that void with The Memory Project over at her blog, but yet again, we were left in the void. I’ve been…

Comic Review: Hoax Hunters #10

From Image Comics, Michael Moreci, Steve Seeley, T-Rex Jones, Jim Campbell, and T-Bone Daniel   They’re baaaaack! After a few months on hiatus, Hoax Hunters is back with the long awaited 10th issue of the series. This time around, they’ve got a new artist on board – T-Rex Jones, who did the cover for the second issue…

Book Review: ‘Running Home’ by Julie Hutchings

The main theme of fiction, of writing in general, is that nothing is original. That everything is exploitation, and all ideas are available from the corner whore. I’ve never subscribed to the idea, though one cannot help but notice trends at times. If I had to boil it down, the current trends include Young Adult…