Unlocked Reminiscence: Chain of Memories
Features / Gaming

Unlocked Reminiscence: Chain of Memories

Unlocked Reminiscence, Part II: Origin of Obfuscated Thought (Chain of Memories) If you’ll recall, in the previous article I noted how relatively straightforward the narrative in Kingdom Hearts was. There was the occasional JRPG ludicrousness, but for the most part, it was an easy-to-understand story that anyone could follow. Well, enough of that nonsense, because … Continue reading

Unlocked Reminiscence: Kingdom Hearts
Features / Gaming

Unlocked Reminiscence: Kingdom Hearts

Unlocked Reminiscence, Part I: Beginnings in Retrospection (Kingdom Hearts) In my introductory article, I noted that the idea of smashing Disney and Final Fantasy together was a nutty proposition when Kingdom Hearts was first announced. These were two completely different worlds – western animation and Japanese role-playing games – being brought together seemingly on a … Continue reading

Toronto Comics: Young at Heart Kickstarter
Comics / Features

Toronto Comics: Young at Heart Kickstarter

Since 2014, a team of comics enthusiasts in Toronto, Ontario has worked to create stories that reflect the unique cultural aspects of their city. Steven Andrews, Allison O’Toole and Aaron Feldman are the editors of Toronto Comics, an independent publisher which is currently in the middle of its latest Kickstarter campaign. The Kickstarter is designed … Continue reading

Morphing Grid: Revisiting the Original Power Rangers Movie
Features / Film / TV Shows

Morphing Grid: Revisiting the Original Power Rangers Movie

There’s been much talk about the new Power Rangers movie, which opens in theaters this weekend. Here at The Joy of Geek, the majority of us grew up on the classic 90s series, filling our Saturday mornings with Megazords, epic battles, and the most delightfully cheesy one-liners. There was just something inexplicably cool about seeing … Continue reading