Author: Judy Greenlees

Judy Greenlees is the co-author of a decidedly different romance novel, Cherished to the Utmost. She’s also written several short stories, a few zombie apocalypse adventures, and the prologue for 8 Women of God. Judy has written for the Internet since 2007, focusing on the arts, culture, and science fiction. Her more than 34 years as a fine arts professional has included founding Artistic Journeys, a non-profit, arts educational organization in Southern California. She has taught music, art, and English, and performed as a piano accompanist on many stages in different venues. Her favorite was the Royal College of Music, London. Judy’s formal education began when she was a public-school student in Hashimoto, Japan. Her B.A. in Music History from CSU Fullerton was followed over 20 years later with an MBA from NYIT. She currently lives in a lovely small town in New England near her daughter, son and daughter-in-law.

He-Man
He-Man and The Masters of the Universe Gets the RPG Treatment
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Apocalypse Earth
A Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Reboot is Coming with a Twist
Here’s What We Know about The Mimic Reboot Series So Far
Five Awesome Origins of Famous Movie Monsters
Blazing Saddles Remake Is Happening as an Animated Samurai Movie
Watch Stuntmen React to the Stunts in Birds of Prey
What We’re Hoping to See in New Robin Williams Documentary
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Eric Rosenbrook
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Trina McGee
Did You Know Keanu Reeves Was Once Married to Winona Ryder?
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Tom Bergeron
The One DC Character Who Can’t Stand His Own Super Powers
Five Superheroes That Would Make Terrifying Villains
The Time That Darkseid Actually Worked for McDonald’s
Gary Larson Brings Back Far Side Comic For First Time in Over 25 Years
The Top Ten Dueling Monsters In Yu-Gi-Oh!
The Top Five Yu-Gi-Oh! Villains
Vinland Saga
Why You Should Be Watching Vinland Saga
Super Anime
Check Out Mario & Luigi: Super Anime Brothers
Video Games
What Happens to Your Body When You Play Video Games Every Day
What I Want To See In Rocksteady’s Upcoming Suicide Squad Game
Here’s A Good Idea For The Next Game By Sucker Punch
Video Game Violence Officially Doesn’t Correlate with Real Life Violence