Monthly Archives: October 2011

Crimson Vengeance: “Red” & “Monte-Cristo” in Chicago

I was an amateur actor for a good many years in my youth (wouldn’t mind getting back into it, really), so I’ve developed a great affection for the stage and the great thing about a good play is that it’s … Continue reading

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A Tale of Swords and Souls and ‘Sassins

So now, as I’m sure the whole world knows, Ezio Auditore da Firenze of Assassin’s Creed fame is an official guest character in the upcoming fight game Soul Calibur V. As a big fan of the SC franchise and the … Continue reading

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Watching the Batman: The Animated Series episode “Night of the Ninja”, wherein a bit of Bruce’s past studying the martial arts in Japan is revealed through flashbacks, I’m reminded of an idea I had for a series. TV has such … Continue reading

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Obscuras, Illumino

My already paranoid, hypochondriac little sister has come into an anti-illuminati kick as of late. At first, it was funny; my cousin and I laughed it off as another of her weird phases (like astrology and vegetarianism), but it’s starting … Continue reading

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First Flight: Pan Am (ABC, 2011)

Though I don’t usually pay any mind to the new live action drama series that come on with every new season, I suppose there are a number of eccentric reasons that ABC’s Pan Am caught my eye. The film Catch … Continue reading

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