This is my first video review…so please be kind. If I mess up please inform me right away.
Also if I left some info out please help me. Please I can care less about the video quality…just tell me any addition information
Over on Twitter the fine folks at Tu Books made the best point:
“The comments about race in the casting of The Hunger Games just proves how much we need more diversity in science fiction/fantasy.”
I especially love the other point they made:
“And if you’re offended by people who want to whitewash The Hunger Games, here’s what to do: read a diverse dystopia.”
Hello everyone, and welcome to this long awaited fourth episode of the show where I go on about animated superheroes. Today’s episode focuses in on the 2009 DVD release of the animated Wonder Woman movie, and just what they did and did not screw up on.
I hope that everyone enjoyed it, and I got a bit wavering in the end there, mostly because I was coming with with some kind of ailment and recording took me close to 4 hours, even with how good I’ve been getting at recording myself. It takes a ton of practice to get things just right.
It also took me close to five hours of getting the footage from other shows, the pictures and artwork and music, and then beer slamming it together. I definitely end up putting the most work into my episodes of CCC.
Still, I can’t help but feel like I missed something with Steve Trevor and his idioctic speech, so if you’ve got an angle or opinion on it that I missed, please let me know.
Hello everyone and welcome once more to another episode of Brain Food!
Sorry about the wait, but I’ve been out of it due to back therapy and playing lots and lots of Mass Effect 3. At any rate, I hope you enjoy the Top 5 Books I Refuse To Read.
Over on Tumblr, there’s a great thread going on about what we learn about life and people by watching TV. Since this is Ars Marginal, and this is the sort of thing we talk about, why don’t we continue the conversation here?
Here are a few things I learned:
What did you learn from TV?
Over At The Bar, my girl Ankhesen penned a most excellent series examining
THE EPIC RACIST FUCKERY the treatment of the characters of color on the hit series The Vampire Diaries: