Series Review – One Punch Man. Part I:…

For a while here the canons have been broken: we have accessed so many stories through so many means, that innovating seems an impossible task. how do we get characters to develop arcs when we're…

Analysis – How is paganism like Raava and…

Raava and Vaatu. The first represents balance and the second imbalance. They are characters from the world of "Avatar: The Legend of Korra". BY: El Cancerbero They are a "tension between opposites" (and that is…

Review – The Legend of Vox Machina –…

And it's not holding back any punches BY: Elis Image from Vandal The legend of Vox Machina began in 2012 as a private Dungeons and Dragons session amongst friends, voice actors, who decided to stream…

Naruto and unorthodox didactic methods

The Pandemic has left us with plenty of activities and experiences, some will want to rant about the lockdown while others have taken advantage of it like never before. In a very personal note and…

Multiverses and time travel stories

What do stories about time travel or multiverses have that attract us so much? BY: Esaka I remember my childhood, too many Saturdays glued to the television, watching Back to the Future over and over;…

Troy Series – contextual representations

I had this idea not so long ago, while i was doing this thing i call "study while watching TV", about the different visual representations of history from a literature source. Have you ever thought…

The beauty of fucking time

"What is it then, time? If no-one will ask me, I will know; but if I wanted to explain it to someone asking, I will not" BY: El Cancerbero Image by PhotoMIX Company from Pexels…