WARNING: This post contains spoilers. If you haven’t seen the film yet, you really should. And prayers to all those affected by the Aurora shootings. At points during “The Dark Knight Rises,” I found myself nodding my head in satisfaction or pumping my fist out of awesomeness. I’m not sure if everyone caught on.
The Union My phone blew up with about a dozen texts, all with the same message telling me to get to the Kansas Student Union. I couldn’t get out of my apartment fast enough. It was Dec. 3, 2010, and I had a date. She would have to wait.
It’s by far the best form of art I have seen this year. The resplendent lyrics are taken aback by the gloomy tone of salvation and captivated by a resounding passion. It’s powerful stuff. Get a free download here. Thrice – Words in the Water Standing knee deep in cold water, swiftly moving, somehow IContinue reading “2011’s Song of the Year”
If “The Dark Knight” is the greatest superhero movie ever made, then “Batman: Arkham Asylum” is the greatest superhero video game ever made. Both have sequels in the works, with “The Dark Knight Rises” to be released summer 2012 and “Batman: Arkham City” coming out next month. As of right now, I couldn’t care lessContinue reading ““Arkham City” will make “Dark Knight Rises” Bat-moot”
My Madden 11 purpose is served. Tim Tebow is in the Hall of Fame. On the eve of Madden 12, I can honestly say that my year-long task of getting my left-handed, twinkle-toe Tebow to the HOF is my most satisfying accomplishment in any sports video game. A taste of what could actually be orContinue reading “Tim Tebow and the Hall of Fame Dimension”
Playing Pokemon for hundreds of hours has its rewards. Some appear within the confines of the game, others are more metaphorical representations of life. My biggest lesson dealt with potential. The perfect application to this rule lies in a rare little creature called Dratini.