Hey all my wonderful readers,
So it has come to my attention that not only is rehashing the old Aang goes north then east then west then back to the middle for the final showdown boring as hell, it's unfair to the other characters! So we're going to be seeing a little changeup in our lineup!
Up til now we've been seeing 4 chapters of Aang & Company for every 1 chapter of everyone else. This leaves me grinding to a halt quite a lot because its hard to serve up good hash when its rehash. So from here on in, we're going to be seeing a lot more of our B & C plots. Sorry D plot, you're just not as fun as I thought you'd be to write, so you're going to have to share with B plot.
So what's all this mean for our favorite characters and plots? Well... …Read more >
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Hey guys, in case you haven't heard I've had a wicked head cold these last few days and its left me in a foul humor, so I'm not much good for writing anything except a rant. Which is what I'm doing now.
If you read it, even just one section or skimming it, please, leave a comment. It lets me know you read it and makes me feel better.
So without further ado...
-Marvel needs to either ditch the Mutant-hate in their universe or move the X-Men to their own continuity. It makes no sense at all for people to cheer for the avengers but be so freaked out over the possibility of superpowers becoming commonplace that they build giant robots programmed to hunt down and execute metahumans.
-Remove X-Men Origins Wolverine from existence and …
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Today I'm doing a Favorite Disney Villains List. I know kinda cliche, but I don't much care, I love villains. So without further ado, here are my top villains.
Like most of Disney's great villains, Jafar has a song, which in my opinion honestly sucks, but he didn't get it until the second movie and that whole thing was honestly a bit of a flop. Jafar though, is actually a very competent villain. He manages to get to power through means unknown, at the beginning of the movie he's actually second only to the Sultan and maybe Jasmine. Despite being the Sultan's right hand man, he's also managing to have time for his own experiments and search for the guy who can get him into the Cave of Wonders to get the lamp. He's also clearly murderous, a g…
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So I was thinking an decided to make a blog about favorites. I'm going to start with pokemon, because that was what inspired this blog, but I'll update adding comments with lists of other favorite things, and I encourage you to as well.
So my favorite pokemon are as follows (please note, I'm only including pokemon I've had, if I've never caught one, I'm not counting it):
Favorite Dragon Types: Salamence Dragonite and Flygon. I know that's a lot, but they all have very good reasons.
-Salamence is as far as I'm concerned the coolest designed of the three, when I think Dragon type, this monster is what I'm talkin about! It is also very powerful and one of the first Hoenn pokemon I was introduced to.
-Dragonite. I'm not that crazy about the design,…Read more >
So I'm sitting around watching my current anime of choice (One Piece), and several characters make that face we've all seen where their jaw drops until their mouth is bigger than their head and their eyes somehow stretch two or three inches out of their sockets. Normally I would simply dismiss this as an animation effect to emphasize their shock, but then I say to myself, "it's One Piece, anything's possible. Maybe they really are making their faces stretch like that."
That got me to wondering, how would they be able to do that? Then I started thinking and realized that there were a lot of things that are portrayed as humanly doable which, I'm sorry, just simply are not. A prime example is Rokushiki, a form of martial arts which allows its us…Read more >
So the other day I was chatting with a friend about a story she wants to write, and she brought up having a civilization of fire benders spring up in a desert.
And that got me thinking, do fire benders really fit into a desert? I mean I get it, fire, heat, desert, but why would people in the hottest place available want to make MORE heat? Seems to me they'd want to be able to burrow or pull water from the ground, not spontaneously combust, boiling away whatever precious water's close to you, and drying yourself out in the process.
Fire's a nice self defense mechanism and all, but you'd probably be shooting yourself in the foot if you developed it for life in the desert. Unless we're talking about an arctic desert (tundra) in which case heat …Read more >