I’m going to be simulposting this on both blogs at the same time. As much as I wanted (and still want) to do a post on each episode of the end of Game of Thrones Season 7, it’s pretty clear with my schedule that it’s not happening. This will be my last (for the time […]Read More An Unusual Way to Break Chains (Game of Thrones Season 7)
As you may imagine, being involved in a Fanfiction Contest involves a lot of different shows. While no single judge is expected to know every angle (which would be ridiculous), I do my best to research as well as I can, which has kept me pretty busy. Voltron: Legendary Defender – Outside of the occasional […]Read More Current Watching Update: Geek.Kon
“The Spoils of War” was one of the most explosive episodes of the season – definitely the biggest episode in the first half. Figuratively, this is largely because of Arya Stark’s long-awaited return to Winterfell. In a more literal sense, this is because of Daenerys, Drogon, and the Dothraki’s battle against Jamie, Bronn, and the […]Read More Game of Thrones: Spoils of War–Many Things Happened
It’s very telling how I started the previous essay about how everything would hinge on Daenerys’s decisions. Prior to “The Queen’s Justice”, Cersei was more or less written off. She wasn’t completely gone as an antagonist, but her defeat seemed imminent. By the end of her eponymous episode, Cersei’s defeat doesn’t seem nearly as imminent. […]Read More Game of Thrones: The Unjust Queen’s Justice
This is the final piece in the articles that I wrote for my Science Fiction writing course. This is the most recent, biggest budget, and longest story in the group. I may write a few more articles of other stories I’m researching (I’m working on a few for my Apocalypse panel at Geek.Kon), but how […]Read More Giant Dinosaurs and Human Greed: Which Monsters Appeal to Us More?