This: What the fuck is going on? Who's dead? What? And then: Endure and Survive Followed by: Soothed to death And finally: That music was a solid lead in to Dust in the Wind The End. That music video sure was great. Could have used more sick guitar shreds from the Night King.
Well, I’ve been reading more Orson Scott Card. I wrote a post about Speaker for the Dead but ultimately decided against publishing it. It veered into the unproductive snarky, borderline-lecturing sort of content that I’m kind of sick of reading myself, and it’s not the kind of thing I want to put out in the … Continue reading People vs Ideas: What Orson Scott Card’s Ender Saga Has Taught Me About My Own Writing
Photo: https://comicbook.com/marvel/2017/05/25/ant-man-captain-marvel-quantum-verse-/ The thing that initially prompted me to write this post is rooted in wondering if the examples of sexism in Captain Marvel were a little too on the nose. An early example of this occurs in a flashback memory of Carol Danvers’s childhood, where after having crashed while racing go-carts (presumably with her … Continue reading Superheroes and Gender Roles: Captain Marvel vs. Ant-Man [Spoilers Ahead]
I haven’t written a post for this blog in a while. I made a deal with myself that I wouldn’t write any more posts until my taxes were filed. I deeply underestimated the extent of my own ability to procrastinate. I dived deeper into avoiding doing the one thing I needed to get done on … Continue reading Exploring New Depths of Procrastination
"The heroes were now given far better clothes than they could have worn in all their lives. Many fabulous tales could be told about their costliness." --The Niebelungenlied, Aventiure II
Some things are so inevitable that no one can stop them. --Aventiure 27
"Lord Sifrid was not generally troubled by emotions." --The Niebelungenlied, Aventiure III