For those that don’t know, genre functions mostly as a marketing vehicle. It’s there to help sell it to the right customer base. That’s not to diminish your favorite genre, or any genre: that’s simply their base function.
Last week, we told you we had something scary planned. Even I didn’t know what that would be. But you’re here, and it’s time, and the story has arrived.
Frequent readers will be familiar with my love of Magic: The Gathering. But I’ve recently been playing the Pokémon TCG. And, for your entertainment, I’ll dispense some of my initial impressions of the game.
The House is an interpretive art piece. The creators had a point to make, and a message to send—but I’ve yet to figure out what that message was.
Well, I hope all’s been going well with you. My guests have gone back to their various dimensions and what counts as a hangover for a being like me has mostly faded.
Watching The Wheel of Time is a real-time game of deciding whether the show will do something cool, or rote and overplayed.
I don’t understand Centaurworld. It defies comprehension to such a degree I want to investigate creator interviews or production notes.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of The Ten Rings is an incredible movie held down by only one thing: its hero’s journey parts. Unlike a lot of films dealing in mythical storytelling, its structure is a detriment.
It’s been a long time, hasn’t it? Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones came out in 2002. We’ve had an entire trilogy, several other movies, and a lot of television material since then.
The last day of 2021 is finally here. It took so long, but we’ve arrived at the summit. So, to finish it out, we’ve got the beginning of a story.
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