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Life Is Strange: Before The Storm (aka. cruel consequences)


When I played the original Life Is Strange, I didn’t have the highest opinion of the first episode. I found it interesting, but the writing grated me. Do teenagers really talk like that nowadays??? The same is not true for Before The Storm. Continue reading “Life Is Strange: Before The Storm (aka. cruel consequences)”


Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (aka. masterful mindtrip)


I’d been keeping track of Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice since the early trailers, heard the critical acclaim around its release, and had friends insisting I play the game. I wanted to, but I’m a scaredy cat when it comes to games. Solution: I got my fiancé to play it while I watched.

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The Last Kingdom – Season 2 (aka. historical fiction at its finest)


All too often, historical fiction is bogged down by lengthy political conversations that have so much complexity to them you feel like you’re being dragged through too much info to get to the point. Continue reading “The Last Kingdom – Season 2 (aka. historical fiction at its finest)”

Fullmetal Alchemist (aka. magic & science)


I got around to watching all of Fullmetal Alchemist and I really like it. It’s not a perfect show, but damn it’s a good one. Continue reading “Fullmetal Alchemist (aka. magic & science)”

Gotham Central Book 2 (aka. it gets better)


Gotham Central Book Two: Jokers and Madmen by Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka, & Michael Lark.

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (aka. a solid expansion)


It’s no Force Awakens, but Rogue One is a sturdy addition to the Star Wars franchise. Continue reading “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (aka. a solid expansion)”

Opening the Gender Spectrum

I’ve touched on gender perceptions before in my post Manly versus being a Man.

I have never had a very concrete view on gender roles, I see them more as a “suggested serving” rather than an actual law or rule. You can suggest that pink is a feminine colour, doesn’t mean I have to agree with you or stop wearing it because I’m a boy. I don’t see why it’s such a terrible idea to view “gender” as a broader concept involving more than just the textbook “male” and “female”.


I like to view the gender spectrum as more of a gradient than anything else. The colours all kind of blend together as you get closer to the middle of the scale but there are still two points that appear to almost be solid colours. I see a lot of people who have an issue with this view and…

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Ingrid Michaelson – “It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense” (aka. better and better!)


After being thoroughly impressed with Ingrid Michaelson’s last album Lights Out, I wasn’t expecting to like It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense as much… But wow, did it ever kick my expectations over the moon! Continue reading “Ingrid Michaelson – “It Doesn’t Have to Make Sense” (aka. better and better!)”

My 10 Favourite Female Voice Actors

Here’s a list of my personal favourite voice actresses and the roles I personally love them best in. In no particular order, these ladies make me shiver, swoon, cry, cheer, and all-around marvel at their voices and performances. I don’t claim to know all of the actors out there, so if there’s an amazing one you think I’ve missed (or am missing out on), let me know! I’d love to check them out!

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