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Nostalgia - Vantage Comics and Card Picks Fanzine

Way back in the ancient 1990s… there was a comics fanzine called Vantage Comics and Card Picks. As you might surmise from the title, they talked about comics and trading cards! 271 more words

Captain America

Review: 'The Dark Tower' (Enjoy the Apocalypse)

Dumbing down story complexities isn’t always the best idea… especially with your target audience in mind.

Jake Chambers (Tom Taylor) has been having nightmares since the death of his father… but he knows they’re not nightmares. 676 more words

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Mythologie des Alltags: Na, logo

Von einer alten Kirche wollte ich die Krypta besuchen, zum Teil aus kunsthistorischem Interesse, zum Teil, weil ich gehört hatte, dass die Alten da den guten Wein gelagert hätten. 133 more words

The Pantheon Paris

If this building looks familiar, it might be that you have visited the Pantheon in Rome. Pantheon is a Greek word that translates as “temple to all gods.” This post is about the Pantheon in Paris in the Latin Quarter.   85 more words

Review: 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets' (and Laureline, too)

A family friendly procedural space opera fantasy adventure — yeah.

After procuring a unique creature from a transdimensional flea market, 28th-century human agents Valerian (Dane DeHaan) and Laureline (Cara Delevingne) are summoned to Alpha, an amalgamous space station that has grown to include habitats, technology, and knowledge from over a thousand worlds. 616 more words

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Project Pilgrim: Behind the Scenes & Heavenly Heights at Gloucester Cathedral

In my career in heritage, I sometimes get very special access to off limits or behind the scene spaces in magnificent medieval buildings. Recently, in my capacity as a lay member, I was given access to Gloucester Cathedral. 1,794 more words

Hen Lligwy Chapel

Simple, stark, sad yet sturdy,  this ruined chapel in Cadw guardianship is resilient in fresh sunlight on the day after Storm Doris wrought havoc over North Wales. 493 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory