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?
In honor of SegaChief releasing version 1.5 of the celebrated New Threat Mod for Final Fantasy VII (which means that once I finish the game I’ll have to start over and see what changed in the areas I’ve been through) as of me starting to write this article, I decided it would be interesting to […]Read More Top 7 Ideas for Final Fantasy VII Mods
This is the third of four articles that were originally written for a class assignment. Click here to see Parts 1 and 2 of this series if you missed them. The title Planet of the Apes brings about ideations of a comedy: creatures we normally see in zoo, instead walking around in clothes and talking. […]Read More Planet of the Nukes and TV-Watchers
I’ve been dead tired this week (I blame the humidity, mainly) and have a few articles in progress, but seeing as how it’s been a while since I’ve done an update I thought it would be a good idea to pop one in. HBO’s Game of Thrones – I’ve been lucky enough to be invited […]Read More Current Watching Update – 8/7/17