[Review] Diary of an Oxygen Thief by Anonymous

Readers will have an easy time hating and simultaneously pitying the first-person narrator of this short work of fiction. As difficult as it might be to forget that the book isn’t a memoir, the publisher asserts that this book is indeed a work of fiction. Read More …

There Once Was a Poetry Book Titled “The Princess Saves Herself in this One”

The Princess Saves Herself in this One by Amanda Lovelace, published through Createspace, is a haunting exploration of the abused woman transforming into a survivor. The succinct, powerful style follows the narrative of a young girl (potentially the author) as she experiences various tragedies throughout Read More …

Faren’s Nerd Moment: My Top 5 Favorite Books

As I have gotten older, I have been pretty horrible at reading new books. I still buy them. Oh buddy, you bet your Nimbus 3000, I do. They all sit on my bookcase unexplored. Abandoned even. After this crazy long stint of hardly reading anything Read More …

Recommending Horror

I hate the holidays that are destroyed by the commercial industry, that suck the essence of what a holiday is supposed to be about. Halloween is somewhat immune to that, because of the creativity that goes into making people scared. People transform into whatever they Read More …

[Review] Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

Milk and Honey is an inspiringly transparent book of poetry and prose by emerging author Rupi Kaur. The book was first self-published in 2014, but caught the attention of Andrews McMeel Publishing in 2015.  Debuting on The New York Times bestseller list at number 10 in Read More …

[Early Access Review] Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle: A Cooperative Deck-Building Game

Players: 1 – 4 Ages: 11+ Type: Deck-Building   Quite a few weeks have gone by since Gen Con ended and I’m still feeling the post-Con blues. However, whilst at the Con, I stumbled across a pre-release frenzy and it was totally in my wheelhouse. The Read More …

[Review] The Girl Before

Unfolding like a crime drama in the first few lines, this debut psychological suspense novel is full of surprises with an intriguing protagonist and surprising revelations. Clara Lawson is not your typical heroine. As the FBI breaks down the doors to her secluded home and Read More …

[CREW.0 PRESENTS] The Walking dead Season 1 Finale – I’ll miss you…

[CREW.0 PRESENTS] The Walking dead Season 1 Finale – I’ll miss you… I don’t know what else I was expecting… but I’m gonna go now… *cries uncontrollably off camera* And please don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe!

Facts on Rape Culture: What You Should Know

What is Rape Culture? There are a number of statistics out there which all differ greatly. If one were to define rape culture, it would likely be any given environment in which rape is minimized or disbelieved as a victim’s experience. For example, if a Read More …

[Omnibus Poetry Corner] Wayward Thoughts

Thank you for stopping by for this month’s edition of Omnibus Poetry Corner. We’d also like to include YOU, the audience, in our releases! Submit your poem by emailing us at contactus@omnibusjournal.com for a chance to be featured.  Faren Coday Everyone Keeps Telling Me I’m Read More …

[Environmentally Friendly Reviews] The Jungle Book (2016)

Every Jungle Book movie has taken bits and pieces from Rudyard Kipling’s collection of stories, but none have ever told Mowgli’s exact tale. Filmmaker, Jon Favreau (Iron Man) may have come a bit closer with his 2016 remake, however, with his extreme usage of CGI, Read More …

The Walking Dead – Who Will Negan Kill

With the season 6 finale of The Walking Dead coming up, and the impending arrival of Negan, people have been asking themselves, “who will Negan kill?” Hit the link to find out just who I think will meet their grizzly end on April 3, 2016. Read More …

Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice [SPOILER Review]

Jake and his friend, Joseph, discuss the highly-anticipated Batman v Superman – Dawn of Justice. Read More …

[CREW.0 PRESENTS] The Walking Dead: Episode one part 5 – Old man… You’re dead

[CREW.0 PRESENTS] The Walking Dead: Episode one part 15- Old man… You’re fucking dead! You have officially topped my shit list and in the #zombie Apocalypse you don’t wanna be anyway near my shit list… I’ve been wanting to get into this game for a while Read More …

[Spotlight Series] Michal Hughes

IUPUI Lecturer Michal Hughes talks on science fiction, monsters, fantasy, and the future February 22, 2016/ Joe Swaz Last year, I had walked by the many vendors at the Indianapolis Comic Con and wondered, “What is all of this?”. It was hard for me to Read More …

After All This Time – A Farewell to Alan Rickman

I was getting ready to leave my house to take my cat to the vet this morning when I received the following text from my wife: I’ve been sitting here for the last few hours trying to figure out exactly how to say goodbye to Read More …

[Review] QDA: A Queer Disability Anthology

Three years after editing the poetry anthology Among the Leaves: Queer Male Poets on the Midwestern Experience, Raymond Luczak has once again put out the call for writers and artists for his latest project, QDA: A Queer Disability Anthology. Released by Squares and Rebels press, Read More …

Daringly Defending Dexter’s Series Finale

A lot has been said about Dexter’s final season.  With a show as popular it was (and sort of still is) that put out so many years of quality, expectations were naturally high.  7 seasons of mostly solid content, what else would you expect?  However, Read More …