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Graphic Novel Round-Up (end of November 2014)

A short Graphic Novel Round-up by Alex Bardy (Nov 2014)

Comics and graphic novels remain an under-represented genre in much of the mainstream press, and a quick scour of the regular internet ‘SF sites’ suggests this is the case even within conventional science fiction and fantasy circles. 1,205 more words


Anime Challenge Day 6: Most Annoying Anime Character

Hey everyone!

SPOILER ALERT for FMA Brotherhood

If there’s one character I couldn’t stand from my favorite anime so far, it’s Selim Bradley, a.k.a  Pride from Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. 120 more words


Full Metal Alchemist

Experience the power of alchemy…

“A lesson without pain is meaningless. For you cannot gain anything without sacrificing something else in return. Although, if you can endure that pain and walk away from it, you’ll find you have a heart strong enough to overcome any obstacle, yeah..

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Full Metal Alchemist:Synopsis(spoilers ....well like 3)

When all you have as parents is your mother and she dies, you decide that your going to bring her back…

You enlist the help of your little brother, to help you practice, you prepare, you get ready for the day that you will bring her back… 169 more words


the snobbery


That reminds me:

It actually cracks me up every time. Okay, I guess in 2015 more people would think of a white-haired guy who’s good at swordfighting as “Geralt of Rivia” rather than “Elric of Melniboné” (thank you CD Projekt RED; now do poor ole Mike a favour and licence Elric out for your next series? 613 more words


Elric of Melniboné

Elric of Melniboné is a fictional character created by Michael Moorcock, and the antihero of a series of sword and sorcery stories centring in an alternate Earth. 442 more words

Art, Illustration & Sculpture

Citadel "Elric of Melnibone" FTF-63 / C35

I had vague recollections of this figure from one of the early Citadel Journals or Compendiums. A quick look through the Stuff of Legends site confirmed it was in the 2nd Citadel Journal from Autumn 1985. 367 more words