Book Archive

  • VGBlogger’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guide for Geeks & Gamers

    Ho, ho, ho! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, loyal readers! I know it’s been a slow and inconsistent year around these parts, but I’m back and aiming to close out the year with a bang, beginning right now with the return of VGBlogger’s holiday gift […]

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  • Book Review: The SNES Omnibus Vol. 1 & 2

    With such a massive and legendary game catalog to chronicle, Schiffer Publishing and author Brett Weiss decided to split their Super Nintendo Entertainment System tome, The SNES Omnibus, into two beefy volumes instead of just one. It was a wise decision, because I don’t imagine […]

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  • Book Review: Indie G Zine Vol. 2

    The follow-up to a successfully Kickstarted first volume, Indie G Zine Vol. 2 is a small softcover artzine celebrating the indie gaming scene. But don’t let its somewhat diminutive size–it’s 7″ x 9.75″, smaller than a normal piece of paper–fool you, because its 118 pages […]

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  • Book Review: Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years

    It’s hard to believe the Marvel Cinematic Universe has now existed for over a decade. What once seemed like an impossibly ambitious idea to create an ongoing film universe of shared continuity storylines I think has far exceeded what anyone could’ve hoped for. It’s an […]

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  • VGBlogger’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Geeks & Gamers

    Our annual holiday gift guide for geeks and gamers is back for another holiday shopping season. Books, toys, collectibles, jigsaw puzzles, gaming accessories–we’ve got fun recommendations for everything geeky and gamey. Ongoing updates will be made through the remainder of the year (perhaps you’ll want […]

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  • Book Review: The Art of Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

    The Art of Ni no Kuni II is an art book in its purest form. Its 152 pages are filled with nothing but glorious sketches and paintings. You won’t find an introduction, a single caption, or even a hint of developer commentary. Here, the art […]

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  • Book Review: Child of a Mad God

    Birthed from the mind of legendary fantasy author R. A. Salvatore, Child of a Mad God kicks off a brand new series of novels set in the fictional world of Corona, made famous by the DemonWars Saga. Admittedly, my Salvatore experience up to now has […]

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  • Book Review: Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Tales of Hope & Courage

    Based on the Lucasfilm Animation web series of the same name (viewable on YouTube and Disney), Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Tales of Hope & Courage is a collection of six short stories centered around the female heroes of the Star Wars universe, written primarily […]

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  • Book Review: Steal the Stars

    Adapted from a Tor Labs podcast series of the same name by Mac Rogers, Steal the Stars is a sci-fi love story full of drama and intrigue–a tale of forbidden romance, X-Files-esque extraterrestrial conspiracy, and an ill-advised heist, all wrapped up in a lingering sense […]

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  • Book Review: The Adorable Circle of Life Mini Book and Adult Coloring Book

    The animal kingdom is cute and cuddly and full of wonder and miraculous feats of evolution. It’s also brutal and unforgiving and devoid of sympathy for the weak and helpless. Mother Nature is indeed a cruel mistress. Aiming to soften the edge of nature’s sharp […]

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