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.
It’s been a while, but it’s back! Brandon Scott’s long-running, multi-part urban fantasy story continues with its tenth section.
I’m late to the party for the Raya and the Last Dragon trailer. The newest Disney Princess movie is coming out in only a few days.
Being in the review community, it was nearly impossible for me not to be aware of Star vs. the Forces of Evil. The show was one of the earliest popular and story-driven cartoons to define the modern era.
Hello, everyone! It’s the first Friday Fiction of the new year. And, to start it off, we have a question for you: How does that random junk end up on the side of the highway?
It’s a subversive funhouse. A lot of the initial expected trappings seem in place, but the show ruthlessly attacks tropes from the second episode onward. Nothing plays out the way it should, and often the show has a sense of ever-present danger usually lacking from children’s fantasy cartoons.
Did you remember that Hercules (the animated series) exists? Because I didn’t and it’s frankly a shame. At least from the first episode, Hercules is kind of amazing—if you like Greek mythology, that is.
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…
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