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Movie 41: Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Today is a good example of why I am glad I started this project.  In 2001 when Disney’s 41st animated film Atlantis: The Lost Emperor came out I was underwhelmed by it.  1,111 more words

Disney

I love John Byrne and Chris Claremont. I do. As a creative team, they are responsible for the X-Men’s rise to power as the industry standard for story, art, character development, and sales. 441 more words

Avengers

Get with the Program: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D

Like a lot of you, I was super excited for Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D because I felt, much like that SNL skit this weekend, that Marvel could do no wrong.   346 more words

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Starfury's fifth Vampire Ball

Just in the door from the Vampire Ball.

As life has been all sorts of hectic the last few months, I’m unlikely to get a full review up but I wanted to make a note or two while it’s fresh. 1,014 more words

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I Learned A New Word

This Saturday I went to Can’t Stop The Serenity, find one in your area cause it’s awesome, and I learned a new word from Joss Whedon, Genderist, and he explains why it’s awesome and we need start using it. 11 more words

Alica Mckenna Johnson

Pop a Stake in Monday

Poor Monday, the bastard child of days of the week. It never asked to be hated, but it can’t help but inspire dread and despair in millions. 228 more words

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Can a Man Write a Good Female Character?

Last week due to other people’s work schedules and illness, Uncle Dave was in charge of homing schooling my niece Mona. That meant Dr. Who episodes for science class ice cream with lunch and the writing assignment was a book report on the comic book Lumber Janes. 1,584 more words