Monthly Archives: October 2013

Comic Book Character I.Q.s

Here is by rough idea, based on my previous article on article/perceptual proportionality.  My guideline is that there are ten types of intelligence, easily categorized into creativity, wisdom, analytical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, linguistic, mechanical, natural, wit, symbolic.  In calculating each separate … Continue reading

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Medichlorian Levels:  A Guess

So I got a little bored one day and decided to take some educated guesses regarding medichlorian levels of Force Sensitive individuals in the Star Wars universe.  I say educated because I did use a few parameters to be found … Continue reading

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Why Marvel Women are Better than DC Women

Name a DC comics heroine.  Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, maybe even Cat Woman? Now a Marvel heroine.  The Invisible Woman, Jean Grey, Storm, Black Widow.  Granted there are many more interesting characters in both universes, but these are the best … Continue reading

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Dune Reboot Failed

Dune.  With a drug as the mind-altering center of all human civilization, the book could only have been written in the 1960s, when it was thought that narcotics were the key to attaining higher consciousness.  Yet the story that surrounds … Continue reading

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Age of Obsidian

In 10,027 B.C.E, or years Before the Common Era, a boy named Kediak was born to a family who lived in a permanent village near Lake Van.  The area was at the doorstep of a dormant volcano and his family … Continue reading

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Star Wars Episode VII:  Some Thoughts

When Timothy Zahn wrote his Heir to the Empire trilogy, it opened up the Star Wars universe to serious science fiction and fantasy writing; many of the best and brightest inthe field have written within Lucas’ universe.  Zahn’s ability to … Continue reading

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