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Druids

Druids #reflection

Druids I ended up going through another Delcourt set of stories recently (like as soon as I finished the last ones I started reading this set). And with it I find myself in a completely different world. Druids: The Ogham Sacrifice (Delcourt 2017) kicked off the books I have been …

Awaiting the Singularity

Awaiting the Singularity #reflection

Awaiting the Singularity I want to be incredibly meta. But that isn’t something that I can just do (or maybe I do it simply by doing it, yeah, never mind). I want to have some really cool thought about the singularity right now but I think that its something we …

a new hope

A New Hope #reflection

A New Hope My geekitude goes back a long way. You knew that already, at least if you have spent any time here in the past. I mean, I saw the original Star Wars in the theater (I even saw the Christmas special on TV). And this isn’t going to …

Steam Engines of Oz

Steam Engines of Oz #reflection

Steam Engines of Oz Are you a stickler for a story to be exactly what you grew up knowing? I’m mostly just curious. This is a judgment free zone. Or something. I mean to say for me, the whole concept of it is situational. There are times when changing stuff …

Highland Laddie

Highland Laddie #reflection

Highland Laddie You may not believe this, but I am going to be a bit wonky in my thoughts today. To start off, I am in the process of figuring out how I test out new music. It used to be, I would hear of a group or songs from …

Life of a Street Judge

Life of the Street Judge #reflection

Life of the Street Judge Crossovers have been a part of storytelling for generations. Probably not from the beginning, I mean stories had to start somewhere. But I imagine at some point someone forgot something that went into a specific story, so they ended up pulling bits from a different …

Art of War

Art of War #reflection

Art of War You know there is a pattern here. I have no clue what I want to spend some time exploring and don’t really think about it as I go through the readings I do all week. Except for those times when I do think about it but completely …