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Diving Back into Cyberspace: Ghost in the Shell: Arise

There are two stories that got me deep into the cyberpunk genre. One is the grandfather of the genre itself, William Gibson’s novel Neuromancer 744 more words

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Looking Back at the Success of Marvel's Agent Carter

You really have to give Marvel Comics credit for being able to achieve multiple media franchises in a few years. Not only do we get the ambitious Marvel Cinematic Universe, but we’re starting to see a rise in mainstream superhero TV shows. 802 more words

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My Top 10 Favorite Theme Songs

I love music, especially when I’m working. Even while writing this very blog post, I’ve got a tab to my YouTube music playlist open. But there are some songs more than others that get me excited, especially when it comes to theme songs chosen to exemplify a particular TV show, movie, or video game. 232 more words

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Rewatching Death Note

One of the very first reviews I did for this blog was a short reaction piece to the critically acclaimed anime Death Note. It’s been almost 5 years, so I figured it was time to sit down on Netflix and give this show another run-through with a more in-depth perspective. 711 more words

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Flash Fiction: "And the Heavens Parted..."

I’ve got another experiment of a short story. Originally, this tale was going to be a prequel or preview of a novella that I’ll finish writing sometime this year. 1,056 more words

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Stealing Time for Friends: Life is Strange, Episode One

Back in 2013, a French video game studio called DONTNOD Entertainment partnered up with the legendary publisher Capcom to release a title known as Remember Me.  786 more words

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