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TV Review: John Malkovich Stars in ‘Crossbones’

John Malkovich as Blackbeard

The first three episodes of "Crossbones" are promising, and I am hooked. Read More »

Official Trailer for NBC’s ‘Crossbones’

crossbones, blackbeard, nbc

May 30, NBC premiere's the latest high-seas adventure series, Crossbones, starring John Malkovich as the legendary pirate Blackbeard. Read More »

Interview: Sean Cameron Michael of ‘Black Sails’

Black Sails finale airs Saturday March 15

I caught up with Black Sails' Sean Cameron Michael while the cast were in the midst of filming season two of the hit series. Read More »

Board Game Review: ‘Zerpang!’


Strategy is key to victory, but luck of the draw plays a big part assembling a potent hand. Read More »

Dice Game Review: ‘Pirates vs Ninjas’


PvN asks the great question that regularly baffles the internet and causes kung-fu-tavern battles to this day: who would win in a fight between pirates and ninjas? Read More »

Card Game Review: ‘Walk the Plank’


It is a great game for those looking for something to play while waiting, killing time during a study hall, or at a game night with folks who like older-style card games, cleverly collecting tricks and, in this case, winning the rank of Captain. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Frozen: Heart of Dread #1′ by Melissa De La Cruz and Michael Johnston


Can evil conquer the hearts of those living in a frozen but beautiful world? Will those in thrall to such evil allow the destruction of a beautiful place? Read More »

Book Review: Silver: Return to Treasure Island by Andrew Motion

The son of Jim Hawkins and the daughter of Long John Silver join forces to go after the treasure their fathers left behind. Read More »

Game Review: Scallywags

People want to be pirates. Here's a chance to steal some booty. Read More »

Book Review: The Pirates! Band of Misfits: An Adventure with Scientists and An Adventure with Ahab by Gideon Defoe

Gideon Defoe's The Pirates! series is goofy, anachronistic, and downright silly. It is also a very fun and enjoyable read. Read More »