Let me tell you a tale. It’s about Liam, the explorer. He sold his collection of very old baseball cards, spent way too much on travel and equipment, and went into a cave to explore.
As promised, something strange is just out of sight. A young boy will wander away from his parents, and meet what humanity has failed to see for a long time.
I was almost completely dismissive.
But then I saw the trailer.
This seems like something different.
Not all magic is obvious. Sometimes, and in some places, it’s subtle. Something most people will never notice. A movement in the corner, an object where it shouldn’t be…
The current standard is one of the most balanced we’ve had in a while. It took a ton of bannings, a lot of failed experiments, but WOTC has gotten it to a good place.
Doctor Who is a fun, campy show most of the time, but it occasionally decides to terrify. The Daleks are the most famous example, but there’s more to see than just one evil alien race. More twisted, disturbing, and dark things out in that universe.
ParaNorman is a scrappy little film and an excellent example of how you can lean into genre fandom and come out with something amazing.
Reviewing I’m the Grim Reaper is a novelty. To my knowledge, this is the first time we’ve covered a Webtoon on Scifibloggers.
She-Ra is not only a good show, but perhaps a great one. It’s a child-friendly epic fantasy. Warring factions and ancient magic and large battles dominate its plot. It has a much closer feel to Avatar than Barbie, with good writing and strong characters.
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