Killing Time – February 7, 2013

The name of this blog came from a short column I used to do about all the media I was consuming.  I don’t review half of what I read/listen/watch/play because it’s a lot.  I don’t sleep much.  My mind is a dangerous thing to leave unoccupied (again, if you care to know why,, this is my refuge blog) so I flit from thing to thing, soaking up as much as I can.  I’m committing myself (not literally, though it’s been suggested) to getting something new up every day so I’m slowly developing regular features and I liked this one.  It is just a simple snapshot in time of what those things are.  Some may show up as reviews later, most won’t.  But if you’re reading/watching/listening/playing any of these, comment below and we’ll discuss.  More comments, guys!  Talk with the guy stabbing the watch!

Books: The Finish-The Killing of Osama bin-Laden by Mark Bowden 
                The Letters of JRR Tolkien edited by Christopher Tolkien 
                Halo: The Fall of Reach by Eric Nylund 
                Following/Memento: The Screenplays by Christopher Nolan

Blu Ray: The Big Bang Theory Season Three
                     The Pacific
                     Five Year Engagement
                     Hope Springs
                     Hell on Wheels Season One

Music:  Lot of movie scores; mostly Inception & The Dark Knight

Video Game: Halo 4 (mostly Spartan Ops)
                               Assassin’s Creed III
                               The Walking Dead (my save got erased so have to start over grrr)
                                Kingdoms of Middle Earth & Marvel World of Heroes (phone)
                            * I’m on XBOX Live, gamertag: sleeplessdave

Comics:   Absolute Dark Knight by Frank Miller
                       Fables Volume 18: Cubs in Toyland by Bill Willingham
                       Fantastic Four Volume 6 by Jonathan Hickman
                       FF Volume 4 by Jonathan Hickman

Told you I was a media junkie.  Yes I’m sucking all of that into my brain at once.  Helps drown out the ambient reality.