Monthly Archives: March 2014

Star Wars:  Power Origins

We are all going a little crazy over the developing Star Wars t.v. shows, movies, and speculation in general.  A Boba Fett movie, a special season to finish off animated Clone Wars, another animated Star Wars show, a live-action show, … Continue reading

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A Feminine non-Prototype

This week I thought I might write about some female characters out of the media, from mythology to more recent movies.  I don’t know that I would call them ideal feminine heroes, but I do know that they all have … Continue reading

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How About a New Approach to the Conan Universe?

Hyborian Age.  The word is barely in the American lexicon but represents the foundations for the sword and sorcery genre.  It was a term coined by Robert Howard in the 1930s.  He used it to describe the fictional historical period … Continue reading

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Women in Comic Books who are more than Skin deep: #1. Deadly Little Miho.

Originally posted on Dave's Corner of the Universe:
Women in Comic Books who are more than Skin deep: #1. Name: Miho. Creator: Frank Miller Appearances: Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, The Big fat Kill, Family Values, And…

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Women in Comic Books who are More than Skin Deep: # 2 Amanda Waller.

Originally posted on Dave's Corner of the Universe:
The Wall telling Bats whats what. Women in Comic Books who are More than Skin Deep: #2 Name: Amanda Waller Creator: John Ostrander, Lee Wien. And john Byrne. Appearance: Suicide Squad,…

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1,001 Light-Years Entertainment

I just read this book by Dave Loeff.  If you enjoyed the storytelling, the magic, and the connectivity of ‘1,001 Nights’ (the name is no coincidence) and read the genre of soft science fiction, this book is something you need … Continue reading

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Pacific Rim Matter Bridge

Pacific Rim is an interesting combination of several genres that have never been readily accepted by the American public; oversized monsters called Kaiju have been a part of Japanese entertainment for decades (Godzilla among them).  Jaegers are a common name … Continue reading

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