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There is something base and bestial in the way Game of Thrones is consumed. It’s almost like the appreciation for it stems from sheer desperation to be a part of the greater conversation than anything resembling an intrinsic interest in the medium of storytelling. If narrative storytelling was the most important aspect which determined one’s […]

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This isn’t a normal blog post. What is normal, really? It’s merely a subjective interpretation of how someone perceives his own worldview. Lately, I’ve been on an existential crisis of sorts, and it’s a place with which I’ve grown too familiar. I like myself plenty, but I feel like who I am and how God […]

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Rate or Kill is the new series of episodic posts that analyse and discuss new media from Anime, Comics, and Movies. I take a piece of art before I finish consuming it, and then determine whether it’s good enough to Rate or bad enough to Kill, just from the first arc of its premise. The […]

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It’s difficult to define Batman’s character as merely a Superhero. Indeed, his unwavering set of morals and idealistic sense of justice is reminiscent to that of a heroic archetype, however, at close examination of his character, the lines that define heroism start to blur and something much more darker, and nuanced starts to surface. Through […]

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Super Sons… Okay, let me be honest here, I am enjoying these books a lot more than I enjoy those about their more traditional counterparts. For those of you who don’t know, the Super Sons are a designation given to Jonathan Kent, also known as Superboy, son of Superman and Damian Wayne, also known as […]

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