Category Archive: Fantasy

Feb 28

Banging on the Walls of the Fantastic: (But no one’s home…)

  I just finished reading a fascinating blog post on the morality (or immorality) of contemporary Fantasy literature–and its perceived decline. Heady stuff here (make sure you visit all the links to get a full picture). Apparently, this discussion/argument has gone on for a while. And unfortunately, like most religious and political debates, it seems …

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Feb 22

Finder: Talisman (A graphic novel so good, I didn’t want to read it…)

Last fall (between some military schooling) I was lucky enough to attend the Baltimore Comic Con. Thinking back on it now, it seems a bit…I don’t know, preordained? You see, I picked up a graphic novel there. And it had a rather profound effect on my life. I was in a far corner of the comic …

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