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Audible Review: Godzilla vs. Kong

I love movie novelizations, as well as video game novelizations. They provide a deeper dive into worlds and universes that fascinate me. With this in mind, I listened to the Audible Original Godzilla vs. Kong by Greg Keyes, who, you may remember, wrote the two official Elder Scrolls novels. So, does Godzilla vs. Kong measure up to the movie that inspired it? Read on for my thoughts.

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We Promised You A Great Main Event: An Unauthorized WWE History

Looking for the definitive book about the history of WWE? Well, Bill Hanstock set out to create just that with We Promised You A Great Main Event: An Unauthorized WWE History. Watch my video review below for a look inside the book, to learn what it’s all about, and whether or not I think it’s worth your time and money. Enjoy!

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Book Review: WWE Rule The Ring

DK Publishing is back with a new WWE book, and this time it’s targeted toward a younger demographic. Watch my video review below to see what’s inside this book and whether or not it makes sense for the young WWE fan in your life. Enjoy!

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Jonathan Cain On New Music, Journey, Steve Perry & The Lord

Jonathan Cain is a brilliant musician and a kind person. He is one of the most prolific, influential, and skilled performers ever, and he’s back with new music, both as a solo artist and as a member of Journey. Today, Jon’s new single, “Oh Lord Lead Us,” is available to buy and stream. And, on June 24, Journey released the new single, “The Way We Used To Be,” from its forthcoming new studio album. Jon was kind enough to speak with me at length about his new music, Journey’s new album, hitting the road again, how the Lord inspires him, his wife, Paula White-Cain, Steve Perry, and so much more. I hope you enjoy our discussion, and make sure to buy and stream Jon’s new single because it’s excellent!

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Audiobook Review: Shelter by Harlan Coben

Shelter by Harlan Coben is the author’s first foray into young adult fiction. It’s also the first of three books in the Mickey Bolitar series. If that name sounds familiar, it’s because this series focuses on the nephew of Myron Bolitar, best known as the lead protagonist in the majority of Harlan Coben’s thrillers.

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Kiera Hogan Leaving IMPACT Wrestling

Only July 18, Kiera Hogan, one half of Fire ‘N Flava, announced on her OnlyFans account that she’s leaving IMPACT Wrestling. Read on for more details.

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IMPACT Wrestling Report: Slammiversary Review

This past Saturday, July 17, IMPACT Wrestling welcomed back fans for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it did so with one of the biggest shows of the year: Slammiversary on FITE. This year’s event marks the 19th anniversary of IMPACT Wrestling, formerly TNA Wrestling. As many of you know, I’m writing a book about the first 20 years of TNA/IMPACT Wrestling. But now that the dust has settled, let’s take a look at this year’s Slammiversary!

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Fangoria Magazine: April 2021

My recent video providing an inside look at the latest issue of Fangoria magazine was well received, so I’m going to do the same for all of the other issues that I have. Below you can enjoy a video showcasing everything inside of the April 2021 issue of Fangoria magazine, also known as Volume 2, Issue #11. Enjoy!

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Review: MLW Battle Riot III

Last night, I attended the first full-capacity professional wrestling event held at the 2300 Arena (i.e., ECW Arena): MLW Battle Riot III. Read on for my thoughts, as well as photos and videos from the event.

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Fangoria Magazine: July 2021

Subscribers have started receiving the July 2021 issue of Fangoria magazine: Volume 2, Issue #12! Below is a video showing you all of the great content in this issue of Fangoria. Enjoy!

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