Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Aeneid (2015)

By Vergil Translated by David Hadbawnik I stood frozen in shock. Everything seized up in my mind and words caught up in my throat – The Aeneid is the classic epic poem by Vergil about the fall of Troy as … Continue reading

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Preacher S.1

Jesse Custer: What’s your story, Cassidy? Cassidy: No, it’s pretty typical, really. I’m a 119-year-old vampire from Dublin City. And I’m currently on the run from a group of vampire-hunting religious vigilantes who keep tracking me down somehow. Jesse Custer: … Continue reading

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Iron Fist S.1

Claire Temple: Danny, you’re not the first friend of mine with special powers. They’re all dark, haunted people. You know, when I first met you in Colleen’s dojo, I couldn’t help but notice that you had this sweet innocence, but … Continue reading

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Logan (2017)

“Nature made me a freak. Man made me a weapon. And God made it last too long.” -Logan Year is 2029 mutants are extinct. Most were killed in a freak accident some years ago, if any survived they have either … Continue reading

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Reading 1984 in 2017: A Rant

I wrote this last year but forgot to post it, so here it is. Continue reading

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