Last Song Before Night Review: The Secret Chord

By Christina Ladd on

Apparently it’s music week here at Geekly, because after the punk-rock showdown that was The Unnoticeables, we now have Last Song Before Night, a decidedly different take on what happens when you mix magic and musicians. Ilana C. Myer’s debut—coming out today!—introduces us to a world of uneasy peace between the vast network of musician-poets …

The Builders Review: Revenge of the Gunslinging Rodents

By Karie Luidens on

A while back I was watching Ocean’s 11 when I realized that the story would be so much better if Danny Ocean’s band of professional criminals was comprised of rodents instead of humans, and if they were plotting their revenge-heist in a fantastical version of the Old West instead of some crummy casino. Kidding. That …

Kickstarter Preview: Steve Lichman Volume 1 Comic

By Nika Howard on

When playing role-playing tabletop games, such as Dungeons and Dragons or Pathfinder, the players will often regale each other with the tales of their character’s courageous successes, overcoming hordes of foes, going against all odds, and coming out on top against the BBEG (Big Bad Evil Guy for those who don’t play). Honestly though, we’ve …

Envy of Angels Review: Urban Fantasy Gets Funny

By Karie Luidens on

What is it with humanity? In fantasy series after fantasy series, we’re the last to know that whole races of monsters and metaphysical beings are messing around in our midst unseen. Witches disguise themselves; werewolf brotherhoods lurk on the edges of society; vampires shutter themselves into the shadows (or try to blend in at high …

Time to go Super Saiyan with “Dragon Ball Xenoverse”

By Nika Howard on

Grab your dragon balls and start powering up because on February 5th, Dragon Ball Xenoverse is coming to a console near you. The premise of Xenoverse is time travel. You get to travel through time with Trunks and make sure the world isn’t destroyed. Your character is completely customized in that you can choose different races, …