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Final approach for NaNoWriMo

Ok, I think I’m ready. All preparations have been checked and accounted for…I think.

Tomorrow begins NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) and the challenge is set to write a 50,000 word novel in the thirty days of November. 326 more words

Journal

Spaceships in Trouble: On Whedon, World-building, and the (D)Evolution of Marvel’s Superhero Film

“I retire for what, like. five minutes, and it all goes to shit.”                                                   ~Hawkeye, Captain America: Civil War

In 2011, when Marvel Studios broke the news that Joss Whedon was helming their arc-apex…

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Astonishing X-Men 7

Writer Joss Whedon

Artist John Cassaday

Colorist Laura Martin

Letterer Chris Eliopoulos

Dangerous Part One of Six

Cover Dated January 2005

Shame Lockheed only appears on the cover.  2,578 more words

Review

Firefly

In an attempt to further solidify my status as a science fiction nerd, I have spent a good portion of this summer working my way through some of the books and TV shows I missed while I focused on the more fantasy-driven Harry Potter and LOTR fests of my youth. 634 more words

Scifi

Quote of the Day 8-26-16

I write to give myself strength. I write to be the characters that I am not. I write to explore all the things I’m afraid of.

– Joss Whedon

Me And My Thoughts

Astonishing X-Men : Dangerous Motion Comic DVD

While rewatching this DVD, I noticed something.  It does a great job of crediting Joss Whedon and John Cassaday, as it should – it doesn’t mention Laura Martin, at all. 186 more words

Lockheed

5 great ways Feminism is sneaking into horror movies

Why is horror like pornography?

Because women do it better.

Hollywood hasn’t realised this yet, so horror is still a massive boy’s club. Don’t get me wrong, there’s a lot of talent out there at the moment; James Wan and Mike Flanagan are redefining the genre (think Oculus, not Ouija), and The Visit was almost enough to restore a shred of M Night Shyamalan’s dignity. 1,201 more words

Films