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Strong Female Characters: Jane Eyre

For those of you that don’t know, Jane Eyre is the main character of Charlotte Bronte’s 1847 novel…well, Jane Eyre. The plot follows the life of a young woman, who goes on to become a governess after a frankly horrible childhood. 2,673 more words


Wisepresident of Wit

Ah man, how long has it been since Arisu’s birthday?
Too long. And here I was talking about wanting to write up a post about her on her birthday weekend….. 2,088 more words

Author Rambles

Merida: The Child

So I sat down and I watched it. Brave. When I first started this series, I had completely forgotten about it, and only remembered when I consulted a list of Disney movies. 407 more words

Disney Princesses Analysis

In Defense of Black Widow and Joss Whedon

Image from Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki

A couple of weeks ago, the internet was freaking out over how director Joss Whedon quit Twitter, allegedly due to the backlash from how he portrayed Black Widow (a.k.a. 1,266 more words

Character Analysis

Strong Female Characters: Black Widow

For those of you that don’t know, Black Widow is a member of Marvel’s Avengers: an elite team of superheroes who fight to defend the universe from various evils. 3,716 more words


Two Heads: Greater Than or Equal to One?

“Two heads are better than one. They’re double the pleasure and triple the fun.” So says Power Tool, but I’d like to check those numbers, Professor Tool. 1,863 more words


Let's Review: Guardians of the Galaxy


Guardians of the Galaxy follows the story of Peter Quill, aka Starlord, who was taken at a young age by a spaceship and grew up as a thief for hire, basically, and comes across something that can destroy many. 454 more words

Fleeting Mermaid