One of the things I love most about Harry Potter, as you can maybe tell, is the fact that there is so much you can debate about the series even years after the final book was published.
A topic close to my heart, even though I am a Ravenclaw, is the sad story of Slytherin.
The house that is, not Salazar Slytherin.
(This ended up being a lot longer and rambling then I meant it to be. I was reading a lot of Slytherin based discussions on Reddit and it just was a lot of different opinions about Slytherin that came to my mind. This post probably makes 0 sense but it ended up being 3000 words long and I felt I owed it to myself to post it instead of just delete it. I worked hard on it for about 3 hours people.)
Continue reading Slytherin = Evil?
If you like anime you might have heard of the series this Spring called Kiznaiver.
If not, the basic principal (at its basic level) is that a group of people have been forced to feel each other’s physical and (slightly spoiler-y I guess if you haven’t seen the last episode but something you should have guessed was coming) emotional pain. Its a experiment being carried out to bring, allegedly, peace to the world.
In the anime they weren’t given a choice but for this discussion you have the choice.
So, to better understand people, would YOU agree to share someone’s pain?
Continue reading The Mark that Joins Us….
I’m writing out my theories for what is going on in Mayoiga after episode 6. Feel free to add your own in the comments, after Episode 7 if there has been any developments that change it I’ll write out a new one and if other differing theories appear then I’m all for making a master list with all our theories in it.
IF it seems to be very obvious what is going on or you know what is going on this is just a bit of fun so don’t bother being a ass about it. I’ve seen a lot of different theories so its obvious not everyone agrees with just one theory on what is going on.
Continue reading Mayoiga Theory After Episode 6
This might seem like it is coming out of nowhere but I’ve just finished reading Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone for possibly the millionth time and not for the first time in my life something bothered me about Dumbledore.
After reading all the books I realised it could really turn you off a guy….
(QUICK NOTE : Obviously not to be taken too seriously so back off Dumbledore fangirls.)
Continue reading My Beef with Dumbledore
Every Marvel film wouldn’t be a Marvel film without the addition of a great villain.
For Captain America there had to be a villain that completely contrasted the Captain himself and that is what we got with the Red Skull.
Continue reading Case Study : The Red Skull
The story of Peggy Carter, a women in a mans world started back in Captain America : The First Avenger and has now spawned into a TV show chronicling her life after the war.
Continue reading Case File : Agent Carter
Appearing first all the way back in 1941 the patriotic Captain was a obvious choice to join the Avengers on the big screen. He is a true leader and for the MCU is one of the only members of the team that is in there because he feels its his duty to keep people safe.
Focusing on the MCU we take a look at Steve Rogers.
Continue reading Case File : Captain America