0 CommentsPosted by Flea on December 8, 2011 under Comics
Just in case I wasn't clear before, I really like Batman. My internet went down recently so instead of doing homework I spent a good amount of my time making up this Batman cards using the Magic: the Gathering style. If you're not familiar with the game, some of these cards might go over your head since the goal was to implement Batman character's styles and traits into MtG rules and play styles. ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Flea on November 25, 2011 under Comics, Featured, Video Games
Something I've come to notice about works of fiction, especially those in the continuous-story medias (television and comic books), is the love of crafting theories about what is happening. It's not surprising; we want to make sense of what is revealed and reveal for ourselves what isn't. It comes from cognitive dissonance, where when something happens and you can't explain it, it hurts your brain... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Flea on October 8, 2011 under Cartoons, Comics, Featured, Lists, Movies
In all walks of fiction, the hero usually travels alone, and at most has a small band of allies to follow along. Sometimes heroes band together and form teams, but rarely do they bulge beyond militia numbers. The villains, however, oh boy the villains. They are no strangers to having help. If the government wants to give out jobs, they need to release a few super criminals into the population. Ton... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Innosin on June 3, 2011 under Comics, Featured
There are few Batman stories quite as iconic as Batman: Year One. (more…)... more.
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