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A Quickie on Why Great Character Design Matter

Great character design is important for any animated show. Character design gives subtle context clues on how a character will be portray in either his or her role and personality throughout the series. 445 more words

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Disembodied Steed?

In an earlier blog, I discussed the ways in which Steed’s masculinity is sometimes treated dismissively by critics and writers, despite massive evidence to the contrary, in part because of the way the gender binary is constructed in Western society. 2,539 more words

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Characterization Winston Smith

The novel „1984“ written by George Orwell, published in 1949, shows insight in the life of Winston Smith who lives in a dystopian future in which the government is monitoring it’s citizens through a Telescreen. 276 more words

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The Dragons in Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon and Their Original Mythical Counterparts

So I have been researching dragons for the past week or so… I guess you can call me a dragon geek now, all thanks to Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon. 703 more words


Hanekawa Tsubasa | Catharsis

After having read the Kizumonogatari novel many months ago, we learned more about Hanekawa Tsubasa. Basically this was the missing key to fully explore her character and her character development. 1,521 more words


Scott Summers: Best Character Marvel Has Ever Produced

When it comes to superheroes, I’m mainly a DC fan. That being said, I love the X-Men. And I love their leader, Cyclops, the most. Which is what makes it so frustrating that he’s made the designated villain again and again, when he just does what’s right, what’s necessary to ensure the survival of mutantkind. 714 more words


Steed, Tara, and the Patriarchy

Well, I did promise I’d mumble some stuff about Season 6 and masculinity, so off I go.

When Diana Rigg left Avengers to become a Bond Girl, Steed’s next partner was Tara King, played by Linda Thorson. 1,205 more words

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