‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’ Offers Wasted Potential
By Rob Huddleston Preview: Imagine you’re an executive for Warner Films. You know that the DCEU is dying and that all’s that left are a few sequels and then it’ll be time to move on. So you’re looking at pitches for what will likely be the highest-profile of these pitches: the sequel to Jason Momoa’s Aquaman.
75 Years of ‘My Father’s Dragon’
This year sees the 75th anniversary of the childhood classic My Father’s Dragon by Ruth Stiles Gannett. This is not a book that I encountered in my childhood, but I am very happy to have been introduced to it in my middle age thanks to this new edition. TIME magazine…
The New Card Game ‘Piles!’ Makes Sorting Laundry Fun
By Michael Knight Preview: When you begin doing your own laundry, you learn the importance of sorting your clothes. While this may seem more like work than having fun, a new card game begs to differ. Piles is a fast-paced free-for-all card game where you have to sort different types of clothing into sets.
Crafting Christmas With Glowforge, Canva, and Cricut
By Dakster Sullivan Preview: Money is tight this year so I’m doing my best to make anything we give for Christmas. With a small maker space in my house, it wasn’t that hard to get crafting. Here are a few things I made with a humble budget of materials and machines that I already have.