Evil is fascinating, particularly if you're a writer. And one would be hard-pressed to get more evil than a serial killer, short of escalating straight to Hitler.
I've been a Robert E. Howard fan for a long time. My first encounter with Conan the Cimmerian was in high school, when I saw Conan the Barbarian in all of its brutal glory.
The video game media has come a long way since the first installment of Garwulf's Corner appeared on Diabloii.net on Halloween, 2000.
It's installment #14, and that means it's time for another Emails from the Edge. And, as usual, there were a lot of really great comments to choose from.
And thus ended the prestige of the Hugo Awards... and in the end it all came down to cliques.
To misquote Battlestar Galactica, it has happened before, and it can happen again.
As I approach the onset of my 40s, I find that I have very mixed feelings about warfare-based video games. It wasn't always this way.
The news has broken that John Smedley has stepped down as CEO of the Daybreak Game Company following a sustained campaign of harassment. This is bad. Here's why.
I don't have any intentions of getting a Twitter account.
Garwulf talks about that all-female all-male all-whatever reboot of Ghostbusters, and whether or not it's going to be a bad joke.
As I write this, it is the first week of March. Kingston has yet to notice and remains cold and snowy. And, only a couple of weeks ago, the news broke about Jan Rankowski being the true identity of Jace Connors.
Robert takes a look at the various conversations surrounding past Garwulf's Corner columns.
Some movies - and video games - make people look in the mirror to see what is really there, including Hatred.
Hopefully, the Battlebots revival on TV will bring ore of a format used in the British show Robot Wars, which showed how fun combat robotics can be.
When casting minorities in any story, context should be an important consideration. How can you tell if a character cast is a token minority, though?