Monthly Archive: February 2015

Review: Wolf, Wolf

“Does anyone know anything about porn? How does it affect a relationship?” Wolf, Wolf isn’t afraid to ask questions about some of the more...

Review: Blak Cabaret

It is rare, in my experience, for a show to be exactly what the producer says it is. It’s also rare that I write...

Review: Chaos Theory

Kami is a little abrasive, a little obtuse and a lot smart. She’s into martial arts and science, and prefers to see the world...

Review: The Glittering World

Any book that markets itself as “in the tradition of Neil Gaiman” is setting the bar very high. It’s a bar Robert Levy’s debut...

Review: Daomu

Sean Wu barely knows his father. Sean lives in America, brought there by his mother, while his father stayed in China. However, on a dark,...