If you’re at all like me then you live for the fall. The moment summer ends and fall begins the energy is palatable. Most of my favorite holidays are in the fall, including the best one of them all: Halloween. What would this year’s Halloween be without some spooky fun […]
SONA, a new series from Legendary entertainment released through Project Alpha, finally hit the internet on Wednesday. We had a chance to check out the show through a fantastic VR experience at San Diego Comic Con and couldn’t wait for the premiere. Through SONA, creator Ashley Clements brings audiences the story […]
The key to a successful SDCC is to blend together the onsite and offsite events happening around San Diego. Nerdist House is first on our list.
Fans asked for it and it is finally here: your chance to own Critical Role minis. We learned last week that Critical Role would be getting an upgrade including moving to its own studio. That news was exciting in and of itself. However, more exciting news came down this week. As of […]
It comes down to something Marisha Ray said on Talks Machina about the Critical Role episode: these stories teach us something about ourselves and when we find something in a story that provokes a feeling we should take a step back and explore it.
Critical Role‘s very heart and soul comes down to spreading love, joy, and resources to those who need them both within and outside of their immediate fans. Here’s hoping the Critical Role charity work approach catches on like wildfire in other fandoms!
Critical Role: Heartfelt Storytelling Comes from a Bunch of Nerdy Ass Voice Actors Playing Dungeons & Dragons
Critical Role is amazing and if you have any interest in Dungeons & Dragons, good storytelling, improv, or need a good laugh and cry, you should watch it. This article is going to endeavor to crack the secret sauce that made Critical Role’s first campaign so endearing and why it continues to be a hit.
Author: Felicia Day Release Date: August 11, 2015 Publisher: Touchstone Genre(s): Memoir Review Spoilers: Mild GoodReads | Amazon Typically, I don’t read memoirs or biographies. But there was something about this book that screamed “Take me home! You must read me!” as I browsed through the shelves of my local bookstore. Maybe it was the catchy title, […]