TV Series Review Vol. 6 No. 3: “WWII in Color: Road to Victory”

Another World War II documentary. In “colour.” Gripping historical footage and expert commentary give detailed insights into the leading figures and decisive turning points of WWII. Another World War II documentary. In “colour.” But this one is different and much more exciting. It has full of information and never-before-seen videos that I thought, having watched…

TV Series Review Vol. 6 No. 2: “World on Fire”

In “World on Fire,” ordinary people wade through history’s most destructive war “World on Fire” follows the hidden lives of ordinary people from Britain, Poland, France, Germany, and the United States during World War II. There is a lot of TV series about World War II centered on the generals, dictators, or some heroes we…

Geek Book Review: An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes

A fun road trip in Randy Ribay’s new book In real life, you need real friends. Bound by their passion for “Dragons and Dungeons,” four teenagers travel west on a trip that would test their friendship. On the road, they will have to face the problems they’re escaping from. Will they turn around, or forge…

Geek Film Review Vol. 5 No. 3: Spider-Man: No Way Home

The multi-verse reveals three versions of Spider-Man. The world now knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man. In order to reverse time, Peter taps the help of Dr. Strange. But it has consequences, and the young hero will soon find out the price of making people forget about his identity. Two Spider-Man movies with Tom Holland…