The Witcher TV series was written for television by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich and stars Henry Cavill as the titular Witcher, Geralt of Rivia. Initially, I had neither the desire nor the words with which to review the show, seeing it as merely an adaption to be enjoyed for what it is and then moved on from. […]

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Netflix has a killer line-up of anime series to watch at your leisure. From popular entries such as FMA: Brotherhood, and Neon Genesis Evangelion, to less well-known masterpieces such as Dragon Pilot, and Baki! Leaving out the popular ones, I’ll be narrowing down your choices of 7 of my favourite Netflix anime that you can […]

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The final moments of Itachi Uchiha’s life are… heartbreaking. Even more so, knowing what we know now. From initial inception,  Itachi seemed like a profoundly evil human being – one who slaughtered his entire clan, and deserted his home, leaving behind his baby brother to drown in the spilt blood of his brethren. He’s a […]

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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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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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Aristotle was one of the greatest philosophers of Ancient Greece. A philosopher loo ks for ideal forms, and tries to explain the nature of reality. Even more so, he is famous for his interpretation of tragedy in story telling and the purpose it brings to the spectator. Aristotle conveyed that, the aim of tragedy, is […]

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Recently, it has become more and more apparent to me, that my blog has not been as active as others out there. The reason for this is simple: The art of analytic creativity is one that seeks time and patience before it manifests itself to the real world and to the audience. In order to […]

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  The second trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been released, and like I predicted, it leaves room for varied speculation. This trailer made me lose my mind, especially where Rey is concerned. As far as trailers go, it didn’t strike me as well as the Justice League trailer, but this one is […]

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Throughout my entire young adult life, the one constant that has always brought me joy, is a good, binge-worthy television series. I’ve accepted the fact that I’m terminally awkward, and blissfully lonesome. I’m a misfit, and people tend not to like me. Regardless, my life has been well-fulfilled by complex fictional characters, memorable character moments, […]

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