Category Archives: Greek Mythology

You’re in Luck

I’d thought before about how the appellation “lucky” is applied to so many Oz characters. Well, only three that I can think of, but that’s still kind of weird. They were introduced by three different authors, however. The first is … Continue reading

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The Gang’s All Here

Picture by Mark Spears I noticed on Joe Bongiorno’s Royal Timeline of Oz that he’s added several fictional works not directly related to Oz or L. Frank Baum, crediting some of them to Win Scott Eckert’s Wold Newton Universe chronology. … Continue reading

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Amnesiac Achaeans Anonymous

I finished Glory of Heracles for the DS this past weekend. I’ve written about the game before, but there are a lot of revelations toward the end. The last boss is Typhon, who isn’t really that hard, although he’s annoying … Continue reading

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Dragon Divinity

I can think of a few different video games with dragon gods, or at least dragons with celestial powers. I suppose that fits in with the East Asian conception of dragons, where they tend to be heavenly beings rather than … Continue reading

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Dragons Is the Craziest Peoples

It seems like dragons becoming human or humans becoming dragons is a pretty common theme. I guess it makes sense for a person who turns into animals to become a dragon, as they’re big, powerful, and often intelligent as well. … Continue reading

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House of Reptile-sentatives

The idea that the governments of the world are secretly controlled by lizard people is most prominently supported by David Icke, a former soccer player and sports broadcaster. That’s what comes of letting him hit the ball with his head. … Continue reading

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I’ll Stop the World and Melmoth with You

While some books are easy for me to write about after finishing, there are others I finish and find mostly forgettable, and it seems that I’ve recently mostly been reading the latter. Still, I thought I’d address a few of … Continue reading

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