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Anime NYC 2022 Day 2

The Hajime Isayama panel was the highlight of my Anime NYC 2022 experience. Trusting that his translator was as awesome… read more Anime NYC 2022 Day 2

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Anime NYC 2022 DAY 1

I recognize a few of the characters – Master Roshi from Dragon Ball Z, Pochita from Chainsaw Man, and members… read more Anime NYC 2022 DAY 1

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New York Comic Con DAY 4

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New York Comic Con DAY 3

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New York Comic Con 2022 DAY 2

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New York Comic Con 2022 DAY 1

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Despair Deserved Better

Despair deserved better in Volume 11 of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman series, Endless Nights. She deserved the narrative thread that… read more Despair Deserved Better

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Misremembering The Sandman

I remember enough to say for sure I was looking through the shelves at Forbidden Planet on the corner of… read more Misremembering The Sandman

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Revisiting Mol (An Updated Review of Hye-young Pyun’s City of Ash and Red)

Hye-young Pyun’s City of Ash and Red is a more impactful book after a worldwide pandemic lockdown. We all experienced… read more Revisiting Mol (An Updated Review of Hye-young Pyun’s City of Ash and Red)

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The Hope Conservationist

Published 22 years ago, before 9/11, before Madoff, before Black Lives, before the pandemic, the January 6 White terrorist attack… read more The Hope Conservationist

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Anthony Bour-dan

SPOILERS! DON’T READ ON IF IT MATTERS! At the end of Anthony Bourdain’s Hungry Ghosts you are given recipes for… read more Anthony Bour-dan

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Sushi Yojimbo

SPOILERS! DO NOT READ ON IF IT MATTERS It’s “Sushi Yojimbo,” if I want to be glib about it. If… read more Sushi Yojimbo

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“Monsterousness”

“POSSIBLE SPOILERS! DO NOT READ ON IF IT MATTERS! When I started Dracula, Motherf**ker  I hadn’t realized that Alex De… read more “Monsterousness”

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Put It Down Pick It Back Up (House of M Review)

POSSIBLE SPOILERS! DO NOT READ ON IF IT MATTERS! I started House of M in March but wasn’t inspired to… read more Put It Down Pick It Back Up (House of M Review)

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The Unrequited Android

CAUTION SPOILERS! Kara at Zlatko’s, Connor in the police archives, and Markus in Jericho. All of my androids are dead…. read more The Unrequited Android

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My Secret Mol

What I liked most about Hye-young Pyun’s City of Ash and Red were her observations on the language barrier between… read more My Secret Mol

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Poems to sing to Wonderwall

After her story,“Stargazing,” I read all of ND Chan’s poetry to the tune of Oasis’ “Wonderwall.” “Stargazing” is my favorite… read more Poems to sing to Wonderwall

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The Witcher 3 Sad But Not Bad Ending

SPOILERS! SPOILERS! I’m writing about the ending of the main story in CD Projeckt Red’s The Witcher 3: The Wild… read more The Witcher 3 Sad But Not Bad Ending

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Warhol in Three D

The Whitney’s Warhol exhibit gave me a new perspective on his work.  Up until “Andy Warhol— From A to B… read more Warhol in Three D

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Otsuichi’s Summer Fireworks

There are several editions of these stories. I saw on Amazon more recent editions split the “Summer, Fireworks, and My… read more Otsuichi’s Summer Fireworks