Monthly Archives: April 2016

Roundup: The Catch and Wynonna Earp

The Catch Genre: Thriller/mystery Synopsis: Alice is PI and a partner at an investigative firm. Her life is looking good–she’s got a great job, great friends, and an upcoming wedding. Until her fiance, who she’s been with for a year, … Continue reading

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Roundup: Shadows for Silence in the Forests of Hell and Critical Role x Kinda Funny: Dungeons & Dragons

Shadows for Silence in the Forests of Hell Genre: Fantasy Synopsis: Innkeeper Silence maintains her business in the Forests, where shades and lawbreakers roam. So far, she’d managed to retain independence for herself and her daughters by supplementing her income … Continue reading

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Science in Media Roundup: Artistic License with Medical Safety and Loaded Terminology

More science in TV, and as expected, most of it has issues. So, what in recent television is not quite as portrayed? (video) The Catch: In a case of the week episode, the private investigation firm goes up against a … Continue reading

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Legends of Tomorrow: Swashbuckling-Style and Character Dynamics

Genre: Superhero/Sci-fi Synopsis: A pseudo-Time Lord from the future assembles a team of heroes to kill a man before he destroys the future.

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Broken Age: A Different Take on the Hero/Victim Dichotomy

Genre: Point-and-click adventure/sci-fi Synopsis: Vella is chosen for the honor of the Maiden’s Feast, a ceremony vital to the safety of the village. But something feels wrong, and Vella finds herself wondering if the way they’d all been taught to … Continue reading

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