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Elizabeth: T is for Time

I’ve been marathon watching shows on Netflix lately, and it’s got me thinking about timing in stories. When you watch shows on standard broadcast television, there is typically a week between episodes, which gives a sense of time passing in the story, even if no actual time cues are provided in the episodes. 408 more words

Elizabeth Eldridge

To Be or Not To Be...Vegan?

It all started with a documentary on Netflix. Okay, maybe a few documentaries. Before I knew it, I had a few tears streaming down my cheeks all because of the way animals are treated on factory farms across the US. 594 more words

Vegan

5th October: Chinese writing

So I woke up today to a message from Kirsten asking if I wanted to go to the zoo with everyone. Now, we were supposed to be going up the mountains but Rachel and Kristen are a bit fragile lol. 185 more words

Flash and Arrow come to blows.

As soon as it was announced that Arrow and The Flash will take place in the same universe a crossover has been top of fan’s wish list. 249 more words

Comics

Arpeggio of Blue Steel Is Now on Netflix

The Fandom Post is reporting that Netflix has acquired the streaming rights for the Arpeggio of Blue Steel anime.

The entire first season is now available for streaming in the United States.

Anime

Daredevil Is 'Darker' Than Anything Marvel Has Ever Done says Charlie Cox

In May 2015 Netflix will launch Marvel’s Daredevil which focuses on street level superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 259 more words

Marvel

Antitrust experts slam Comcast merger plan, warn of threats to Netflix and Amazon Prime

A letter signed by more than three dozen law and economics professors and submitted to the FCC on Monday makes a withering case against the proposed merger of cable giants Comcast and Time Warner Cable, claiming the deal would harm consumers and violate the antimonopoly provisions of the federal Clayton Act. 584 more words