Well, after too long a time, I bring to you another episode of Brain Food, wherein I review the most excellent and fun graphic novel, The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury!
This book has been nothing but a great fun read and a wonderful experience, and you should all go out and buy it!
In fact, go the the
Miranda Mercury website and check out the latest news from the writers!
Hello everyone and welcome to Brain Food, At The Movies, wherein I review Vin Diesel’s latest masterpiece, RIDDICK.
Personally, I would have labelled it RIDDICK: ALPHA MALE McSTABBY ALOTS!
Hello everyone and welcome to yet another installment of Brain Food At The Movies, wherein I gush and talk about Del Toro’s latest movie, a gigantic love letter and homage to everything I loved as a child, Pacific Rim!
I also discuss how white feminists have been coming out to dismiss, critique, and put down the character of Mako Mori, and how it comes off as nothing more than the problem of Mako Mori NOT being white.
Fucking hell, WHY do they need some woman of colour to step on to make themselves feel better?
action, brain food, film, gender, intersectionality, marginalities, women of color |
brain food, Mako Mori, Pacific Rim, racism, sexism, White Feminism |
Hello everyone, and welcome to yet another installment of Brain Food, which has been a long time in coming.
At any rate, I have not one book, but a list of recommendations that you should all watch because they’re good and they’ll bring you joy.
Here are the links for the series I talked about in the video:
The Devil’s Panties
Doctor Who: The Forgotten Doctor
And you can order Hero by Perry Moore on Amazon in both paperback and for the kindle.
ars marginal, books, brain food, fantasy, marginalities, science fiction, sexual orientation, women of color |
comics, lgbtq and comics, lgbtq pocs, Novels, perry moore, webcomics |
Hello everyone, and welcome to episode 4 of Brain Food, which has almost nothing to do with the book as Brad Pitt runs around the world to try and save it.
Apparently, only WHITE people did something to fight back against the zombie plague. Everyone else is nothing but victims. >_<
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lgbtq pocs, Novels, POC, whitenss, World War Z, zombies |
Hello everyone, and welcome to the third installment of Brain Food At The Movies, wherein I talk about Star Trek – Into Darkness!
It’s easily one of the most shallow, pandering, lazy pieces of writing slapped on screen that I’ve ever seen, and includes an unfortunate amount of whitewashing in replacing the character of Khan with a white guy, Super Benederp Cucumbatch, when he had been Indian in the original series and played by the most excellent Ricardo Montalban.
Hello everyone, and welcome to a very special episode of Brain Food… At the Movies!
The movie that I reviewed? The Host!
No, not the awesome South Korean Sci-fi horror film from 2006, but the very boring, rather disturbing (for all the wrong reasons) movie based off of Stephenie Meyer’s book of the same name.
While not as bad as I thought it was going to be, I certainly did not come out of this sober…
brain food, film, gender, media, race, romance, science fiction, women of color |
fuck this movie, movie, Novels, Stephenie Meyer |
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 28 of Brain Food, wherein I review Amaya Radjani’s newest book, Tainted!
Here it is on youtube!
And here it is on Blip.TV!
And now that you’ve finished watching the video, go to
Middle Child Press to review their entire library and order it!
Hello everyone and welcome to a special episode of Brain Food I like to call… Playwright’s Delight!
In this episode, I discuss the script of Shawn C Harris’ play, Tulpa, or Anne & Me. I hope everyone enjoys it!
And here it is on youtube as well.
Also, here are the links I mentioned in the video:
Racist Bigot Maryann Johanson defends the Onion Tweet. Read as she completely misses the point about satire, history, racism, the treatment of black women in American history…!
Kirsten West Savali talks about how white feminists dropped the ball in not coming to Quevenzhane Wallis’ defence.
Wow, it’s been a good while, hasn’t it? But here it finally is, episode 28 of Brain Food, wherein I review Daniel H Wilson’s book, Robopocolypse!
A special thank you goes out to Sparkindarkness for his contribution to this video, and I highly encourage you all to go and read his reviews over at
Fangs For The Fantasy.
And especially check out his article on
What Will You Do In A Dystopian?
[On a side note, please ignore the number at the start... this is episode 27, not 28... I just got a touch mixed up there. >_>]
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