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Reporting From WonderCon Anaheim 2014

I don’t always go to conventions, but when I do, I prefer them to be exactly like WonderCon in Anaheim, CA.

I know, I know—it must be blasphemy to say that, especially with the august and oh so esteemed Comic-Con still in existence. 1,169 more words

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Time Flies (Except When It Runs Out): Thief of Time by Terry Pratchett

Following The Truth in the fantastic Discworld series is Thief of Time, a curious tale of timekeeping, artificial humans, and some very cool monks. Oh, and the Apocalypse (mustn’t forget that either). 504 more words

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Virtual Ghosts, Memories, and Lost Innocence

I’ve been focused on this image for a while now. Picture, if you will, a young man or woman, full of life and cheer and optimism. 1,315 more words

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Timeless Truth: Review of "A Love that Spans the Ages" (Emile Joseph)

Emile Joseph has written several short pieces for SydneyTrads over the years, mostly fiction for the young at heart and a few dissertations about the use and misuses of the English language. 702 more words


Tossing Shields Left and Right: Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Ever since I saw The Avengers in 2012, I’ve realized that, despite my long-held joy of Robert Downey, Jr. playing the great Tony Stark and Iron Man, it was Steve Rogers, a.k.a. 913 more words

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Top 5 Things I Want to See in Future Fiction

Everyone has their own preference for the kind of entertainment they like best, whether it’s watching giant robots slug it out in anime, falling in love with the male lead in a romantic comedy, enjoying some Shakespearean revival, or losing yourself in a world of flashing lights and dubstep. 1,159 more words

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The Team's All Here: RWBY (Volume 1)

Last year, I wrote a short review on the pilot episode for RWBYan animated series that came from the collaboration of Monty Oum and Rooster Teeth Productions. 726 more words

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