Who doesn't want to go to Hogwarts and fly to the end of the universe?
Don't let the bastards grind you down.
Let me share my new-found obsession of Pac-Man 256 with you.
A few years ago after the success of The Dark Knight, it seemed like every new sci-fi/space or comic book movie trailer was replicating that same ominous "bong" sound in their trailer.
In Adam J. Nicolai's newest book, *Todd*, he continues his trend of using a story focused around a parent and child dynamic. This time a father and son are left alone when it appears everyone else on the planet has vanished.
Everyone was aware of the iconic roles Alan Rickman played while here on Earth. His illustrious career and iconic voice brought to life Professor Snape from the *Harry Potter* Series, Hans Gruber from *Die Hard*, and the Sheriff of Nottingham from *Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves*.
In 1846 when there were only eight known planets, French mathematician Urbain Le Verrier predicted from the irregularities in Uranus's orbit that another giant planet was out there somewhere. Then in September of that same year astronomers from the Berlin Observatory made telescopic confirmation of Neptune (which had actually been sighted earlier by the likes of Galileo and other scientists although they were not sure what they spotted).
As someone who grew up obsessed with Buffy the Vampire Slayer and saw all the episodes of Xena: the Warrior Princess, it is no wonder that I expect more from a female character.
In the deepest part of the most secluded forest, a mysterious figure crept his way through the thickest foliage and oldest trees known to mankind. The uninvited guest believed his calculated tactics and top of the line camouflage would aid in his movements through the forest to collect his prey. He had no idea that he had been followed from his first step inside.