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Hair Club for Warriors

I recently heard about both Bayonetta and Shantae being video game characters who fight with their hair. I don’t know much about these games, but from some brief research I found that Bayonetta doesn’t directly use it as a weapon … Continue reading

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Fairy Tales from the Final Frontier

I haven’t been doing a lot of book reviews recently, have I? Well, maybe I have and just can’t remember. Regardless, I just finished one book and had a few others I didn’t think I could say enough about to … Continue reading

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Cyborg Monday

I have both a movie review and a book review to write, and since they both have something to do with cyborgs, I suppose I might as well combine them into one post. The movie is RoboCop. No, not the … Continue reading

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Big, Bad, and Genetically Engineered

Scarlet, by Marissa Meyer – The second volume in the Lunar Chronicles turns to another fairy tale, “Little Red Riding Hood.” Since this story is shorter and less involved than “Cinderella,” there aren’t quite as many references to the original … Continue reading

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That’s What Woods Are For

I’ve told some of you the story (well, anecdote, really; I don’t know that it counts as a story) about how I was supposed to see Into the Woods with my ninth grade German class, but the trip was snowed … Continue reading

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Tangled Up in Blonde

Tangled – I still can’t get used to the computer animation when it comes to people. They come across looking like plastic toys. Attractive and expressive plastic toys in this particular case, but somewhat plastic all the same. That said, … Continue reading

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