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Review: Klaus #3

Have you ever wondered why Santa Claus started doing what he does? What motivated him to bring joy to thousands upon thousands of children every year?  417 more words

Comics

Comics and the Occult

via Conspiracy School
by David Livingstone
Jan 26, 2016

Superheroes

Occultists have infiltrated and greatly influenced many aspects of popular culture, from Hollywood to popular music, but the clearest articulation of their influence is to be found in the world of comic books, where it has contributed to a nihilism which results in homoerotic interpretations of masculinity and the gross objectification of women. 284 more words

Tyranny

Review: Klaus #3

Klaus continues to develop into an exceedingly interesting and nuanced world. More than the conflict itself, the imaginative interpretation of folklore is fascinating.

If the story of a winter ghost visiting children one by one every year was somehow not engaging enough for you, … 413 more words

Comic Books

Make Some Art! And then Share It!

Warning: Might not be “work friendly” – there’s some swearing in this video . . .

The point is – do your creative work. The world needs it!

Creativity

Review - Klaus #3 (of 7) (BOOM! Studios)

Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Grant Morrison
Artist: Dan Mora
Release Date: 3rd February, 2016 535 more words

Review

Synchronicities...

 

I was going to call this post Responsibility and chastise myself for Friday’s offering – fear mongering about dying on my arse on Saturday afternoon because I had witnessed what I felt might have been a bad omen in print. 641 more words

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