Batwoman has flaws, but I can’t wait for more

So with everything going on for me in October, I totally forgot the Arrowverse resumed, and have been frantically catching up. Since NaNoWriMo started, I’m probably going to remain a bit behind, but I’m definitely going to be pushing to get caught up. Being sick Friday gave me a great chance to dig into one …

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Game of Thrones is getting a prequel, and I could not be more “Meh”

Well, now that the title is me laying down my cards so hard they’ve tunneled straight through the table into the center of the Earth, I should elaborate. Yesterday it was announced by HBO that Game of Thrones’s planned prequel, The Long Night, was not picked up by HBO. It was then, within 3 hours …

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HBO’s Watchmen Starts Promising, but it’s Hard to Pin Down

If you’ve been following this blog for a bit, you know I’m a big fan of anything involving superheroes. (Yes, those are all different links). I haven’t gotten out to see Joker yet, although it’s definitely on my to-do list, but then I remembered that Joker wasn’t the only superhero property to get an adaptation …

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3 Great Cheesy Movies You Forgot Existed

There’s something about a certain kind of bad movie that’s just straight up fun. Whether it’s the corny one liners, the over the top action, or the complete disregard for physics or basic logic, there’s nothing quite like popping one in and turning your brain off to enjoy. However, they tend to...not exactly stick in …

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The Best Lessons I Learned from Terry Pratchett

As I mentioned a little bit ago, I’m a huge Terry Pratchett fan. The Discworld novels have gotten me through some rough spots in my life. They’re hilarious and fantastic (in the traditional sense, i.e. full of fantasy, as well as the modern sense) and just...just the best.  One thing I didn’t mention though? They’re …

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Why Aren’t You Reading Terry Pratchett?

Tolkien. Martin. Sanderson. Le Guin. These are some of the names that most commonly come up when people talk about the great fantasy writers. These are the people who’ve created some of the most unique and enduring worlds in fiction - Middle Earth and Westeros are household names, while the Cosmere and Earthsea are worlds …

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