On Blerdvision

When I published the first edition of Blerdvision, I did so with good intentions, taking it upon myself to shore up an embarrassing dearth of coverage on Black History Month. Black Lives Matter kicked off something akin to a third Civil Rights Movement, and modern publications renewed and redoubled their coverage of all things black,Continue reading “On Blerdvision”

Racial Battle Fatigue and the Church

Despite my prior commitment to writing a review for 5/29/20, I threw in the towel at the last minute. I informed my Associate Editor, Michael Mendis, that I was not in the mood to write. Calling an audible, I instead published something previously unplanned. He asked me, “Are you doing alright?” All I could musterContinue reading “Racial Battle Fatigue and the Church”

Comix Zone: An Introduction

Though the Sega Genesis was not officially discontinued until 1997, I tend to think in my head that it’s last real year was 1995, because every year thereafter, iterative sports games outnumbered traditional genres. With that caveat, I reminisce about a particularly special game released in the twilight of the Genesis’ lifespan. Though it wasContinue reading “Comix Zone: An Introduction”