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The first of a two part series where I take Chuck Austen’s worst arcs, discuss what they did wrong, and how I think they a better story could have been written. Starting with Holy War, where secrets about Nightcrawler’s time as a priest come to light.
Release Dates, Dragging, and Repetition: Why I Have Some Reading Fatigue With the Mercy Thompson Series
Though I prefer the Alpha and Omega series, I do enjoy the Mercy Thompson series. However, over the years, I have noticed a few critiques that I have with the Mercy Thompson series.
With the eighth and presumably final book being released in 2023, here are some things I am hoping for for Atlas: The Story of Pa Salt.
Advertisements What if I told you I only recently got into Neil Gaiman’s Sandman series? Much like Watchmen, Sandman was a series I always know about, but never got into it when I was younger. It wasn’t until I finally started getting into graphic novels/comics and after I was given a recommendation that I checked … Continue reading My Hopes/Expectations For Netflix’s Sandman Adaptation →
Advertisements It might go without saying, but Nightcrawler is my favorite Marvel character. In my experience, I will find that one character that I really get invested in and want to read up on. When it comes to DC, that comes in the form of Tim Drake (Red Robin/Robin III), Roy Harper (Speedy/Arsenal), Joey Wilson … Continue reading Nightcrawler: Where it Started, Why I Like Him, and Comics I Own and Have Read →
Everyone has genres they don’t particularly read. Whether it doesn’t appeal to them or whatever the reason may be. Even I have genres I don’t normally read. However, there is always a chance that readers may find one book that they enjoy from a genre that they don’t. Here are five books of mine.
Whenever you read a book or watch something, how a character is interpreted can vary. Peter Gordon, one of the main characters of the novel and movie The Power of the Dog, has a few ways he can be interpreted. Today, I would like to dissect his psychology and what kind of trauma he may have had.
Guilty pleasure books are fun reads. They don’t have to be necessarily be bad books to be guilty pleasures, just ones that might not be popular, a subgenre, and/or maybe not as good as it could be. My guilty pleasure is an Urban Fantasy series by Patricia Briggs. The Alpha and Omega series. Here’s why I enjoy it more than the concurrent series, the Mercy Thompson series.
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The name’s Natalie. Or ArtsyOwl. I am an avid reader, fandom enthusiast, and writer.