Change, comics and all round geekiness

Since I last did my blog post there has been some change. I now work for a new company, I have a new job title and I even have new glasses. I find it funny that  people mumble about change. They want things to be the same as the good old days. But as the cliche saying goes, change is inevitable and the only thing we can count on is change.

I have found it to be refreshing. Having been at the same company (and team) for the past six years I think I got complacent. Moving companies has helped me to understand that you need to think broadly. You need to think from different sides of the equation. Even though you move on, you will not forget. You have gained a new perspective that will stay with you for a lifetime.

On a completely different note I have started getting into a few comics. I have started the Sandman series. I have been told many times that this series is great but I never got around to reading them. As a friend said to me in the last few months “I would have expected you to have read them”. So this is being rectified as soon as possible!

I have also started reading the Locke & Key comic series. This is an amazing horror comic. The story is amazing and I absolutely love the artwork. Worth a read if you’re a horror comic book fan. Or even if you’re a horror fan and have never read a comic book before. Do it.

With E3 having finished recently the whole debate of Xbox One and PS4 heats up. Although the Xbox One seems to be losing that debate with DRM, region locks and ‘always on’ conversations. But I must say there seem to be some amazing games coming out. I do wish there were more games with female protagonists but I do love the range of stories and different approaches the games are taking. There are a whole ton of games I’m excited about but here a few I’m very keen to see:

Tom Clancy’s The Division

Quantum Break

Last night I also saw World War Z. I must say I did enjoy the movie. If you get a chance I do encourage you to see it.

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