Author Archives: Nathan

Nothing More Than Feelings

I’ve been playing Super Princess Peach recently. I’d heard it was easy, but as much as I love video games, I’m not that great at them. It is generally forgiving compared to traditional Mario games. You have a life bar … Continue reading

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What Would Baum Do?

The Autumn 2019 Baum Bugle has an old article by the late Fred Meyer, which I think I’d seen some version of before, postulating on what L. Frank Baum might have written if he’d lived longer. Obviously we can never … Continue reading

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TRI-CAT CHALLENGE

I was never that interested in Cats when I was younger, but I probably would have liked at least the T.S. Eliot poems if I’d been familiar with them. Beth and I went to see the show on Broadway about … Continue reading

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The Great Dust-Up

The Secret Commonwealth, by Philip Pullman – The second in the Book of Dust series, the prequel/sequels to His Dark Materials, it takes place some time after Lyra has saved the universe, and she’s now a twenty-year-old attending classes at … Continue reading

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Believe It or Not, I’m Walking on Sky

The Rise of Skywalker – SPOILERS! Pretty significant ones, but I’m sure most people who care have already seen it. I finally went to see this, and I did enjoy it, but I also thought it had some significant flaws. … Continue reading

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Toaderonimo!

I’ve been posting a lot of these episode reviews recently, but I’ve at least tried to break them up somewhat so this blog isn’t All Super Show All the Time. I was wondering before why the order of the episodes … Continue reading

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The Ascent of Men

The Greek Myths, by Robert Graves – The library system only had one copy of this, so it took me a few checkouts to finish it, but I finally did. It’s an interesting and pretty thorough retelling of Greek mythology, … Continue reading

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