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Why Superheroes?

In 1938 Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel were tasked with creating a new comic book and they created a monster. This Ubermensch or Superman drew as much from the Nietzschean ideal of a man who had transcended humanity by his own power as much as the Messianic messages inherent in the Jewish culture that Joe and Jerry grew up in. 412 more words


Omar Qaiser, Teri Hatcher's Biggest Fan

Before she was on Desperate Housewives and many years before her constituent fleshy bits were reconstituted in the rubber-coated endoskeleton of a T-2000 from the year 2056 sent back to kill John Connor, Teri Hatcher played Lois Lane opposite Dean Cain’s Superman in the much-adored  176 more words

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"Sleepy Hollow": Fox Encourages You to Make Memes Ridiculing Katrina and Henry's Deaths

People have been worried about if Sleepy Hollow is coming back. Even I’ve been a little affected despite my belief that the show has a good chance at coming back. 579 more words


Take Your Action Figure to Work Day

While you’re unplugging, but still expected to work, why not participate in this event and take your action figure to work!

One of the bonuses to this rather than take your daughter/son to work is no need to buy your action figure lunch. 93 more words


Not just a case of the little Belgian detective Guest Book Review by A. Spencer

‘Please tell to Poirot, if you can, what they have in common.’

‘You mean Inspector Morse, Inspector Rebus and yourself, Hercule Poirot?’, I said.

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50 Shades of Fan Culture

Welcome back to Fangirling for Beginners, it’s been a while hasn’t it!

The third installment in this series focuses on the power of the fandom to get stuff done. 615 more words


League of Legends - My View

I honestly didn’t think I’d like it.

I remember playing League back when there was only a small selection of “Champions”, and even back then Garen was my favorite. 528 more words