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Every Disability Conceals a Vocation, Except the Ones That Don’t

While reading Ana Mardoll’s deconstruction of the Chronicles of Narnia, I came across this quote by a moderator who goes by Chris the Cynic, which I felt was worth sharing: During my insomnia last night I watched the movie Wreck … Continue reading

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Mutation Sensation

I’ve said before that most of my knowledge of the X-Men franchise comes from the 1990s cartoon, but I did recently check out a few collections of the comics from the library. The X-Men comic started in 1963, created by … Continue reading

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The X-Games

Back in the early 1990s, my brother and I would often go to the arcade at the mall, where a lot of the games were beat-’em-ups based on licensed characters. Turtles in Time, later ported to the Super Nintendo, had … Continue reading

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Academy of Mutants

Since I’ve been thinking a bit about superheroes recently, I thought it might not be a bad idea to write about the X-Men cartoon from the 1990s, which was how I was introduced to most of those characters. I don’t … Continue reading

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This Fictional Universe Isn’t Big Enough for the Both of Us!

As I’ve said before, I’m not a regular reader of comics, but I’ve picked up some knowledge here and there, and this series of superhero texts is quite amusing. You’ve probably seen it already, but it brings to mind some … Continue reading

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