Category Archives: literature

Fine, If No One Else Will Talk About Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur…

I will. In a world (yes, I’m honestly starting this way) where gritty comic book heroes and gory violence have taken the mainstream media by storm, one comic book dares to defy the odds and be utterly pleasant in every¬†fucking … Continue reading

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I Am Dracula (Spartacus Edition)

I’m posting on theme for the month! I really do enjoy a good Stoker novel. But this isn’t just about the novel, Dracula. It’s also about the 10 billion adaptations of the book. Which, by the way, I’m totally unqualified … Continue reading

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Which Winnie-the-Pooh/House at Pooh Corner Character Are You? (Milne Edition)

I haven’t had my computer this week, so I made a quiz instead of writing a proper post. Enjoy! https://www.playbuzz.com/risarz10/which-winnie-the-pooh-house-at-pooh-corner-character-are-you-milne-edition

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Harry Potter and the Mixed Bag (We Need to Talk About Cursed Child)

I’m about to spoil, like, all of the things. So turn back now if you don’t want to know this stuff. I feel like I should be very clear here, I haven’t seen the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child … Continue reading

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Winnie-the-Pooh, Why the Books Are So Much More Awesome Than the Disney Movies Would Have You Believe

Everyone knows Winnie-the-Pooh, right? That’s what I thought. I was mistaken. As is the case whenever a book is made into a movie, certain elements are bound to be lost in adaptation. For instance, Milne’s wonderful capitalizations of places and … Continue reading

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