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Angel

Angel is a worthy spin-off, extension and semi-sequel to Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Buffy was best in its characters and Angel is no exception; though the characters develop in different ways and at first may seem to lack the magic that distinguished the parent series. 145 more words

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Note: Spoilers Ahead

First, let’s get the negatives out of the way.

The last season, particularly the latter part of it leading into the finale; often lacks the intensity characterizing previous seasons. 455 more words

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Jewel Staite Interview at Madison Comic Con

I had a chance to interview our favorite space mechanic, Jewel Staite, at Madison Comic Con. Besides being talented, she is a sweet, humble and down to Earth mom and wife- which is why she is so adorned by fandom. 49 more words

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Being A Woman is Not Enough

Attention, please excuse my ignorance to the world of superheroes and comic books. Do not judge, although it may be very hard not to. I am ashamed  501 more words

I woke up like this... flawed

Every day, I start with the best of intentions. Ok… that’s not always true. Sometimes, from the second I wake up, the last thing I want to do is roll out of bed and put on a cheery smile as if I am ready to take on the world. 466 more words

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My Problem with BTVS

I’m working to understand why BtVS has had such a profound effect on me.  I’m hoping I can work through this issue via my own writings on this blog and perhaps through the help of others who unwittingly stumble onto this site. :)

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Comic Book Review: Serenity Volume 4

Serenity: Leaves on the Wind

Written by Zack Whedon.

Art by Georges Jeanty, Karl Story, Laura Martin and Dan Dos Santos.

The first three volumes of this series I found the artwork to be superb yet I felt that the last pages of each were fluff with extra art, letters from the cast members and left the story telling kind of anorexic. 159 more words

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