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As the ardent moon approaches, hot and bright, melted stars smeared
behind her, instigating the night, wrecking her orbit, confusing
the seas. Should she do her best to calm herself? 171 more words

Old-School Variance: Superman #75

I’ve often referenced it, but rarely had actual "live" photographic example to illustrate the point.

I do not consider 1990s "Collector’s Edition" and "Newsstand Edition" comics to be… 483 more words


Episode 34: Apocalypse ... Eventually!

Humanity has long been certain that the sky is falling. We’ve basically been predicting the end of the world since it began. From Nostradamus to Y2K, the doomsday predictions have been as varied as they have been persistent. 132 more words


ZOMBIE FILM FRIDAY: Doomsday | #NotZombiesButStillGood #PostApocalyptic

While Doomsday is not a Zombie film, the cannibalistic and post-apocalyptic elements make it a fantastic film to showcase. If you’ve yet to see it, give it a watch. 169 more words

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The World's Tall Tales of End Times Doom

“And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea. 964 more words

End Time Deception

12th October 2016.

This week I am indulging myself slightly by reflecting on a book before contemplating an eventual doomsday scenario; The book in question is ‘Post-modernism, a guide to our future’ by Paul Mason, I am paying particular attention to a chapter titled ‘The rational case for panic’. 587 more words