Warner Bros, Discovery, Animation, and the Need For Media Preservation

You’ve probably heard it from a lot of animation fans, but in case you haven’t, about a month back, the merger between Warner Bros. And Discovery has been an unmitigated disaster. I say that in regards to how HBO Max has essentially given up on animated shows and removed a number of them, not just …

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Yep, We’re Talking About That Barnes & Noble Thing…

To be upfront, bookstores and libraries, I think, are absolutely essential in our society. There's just a one-of-a-kind wonder of stepping into a store filled with books, magazines, comics, manga, and plenty of space to read. Libraries are doubly as important since that's not only a repository of books, but acts as a community hub. …

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Not-So-Nifty NFTs

Need a fun holiday read? My short story collection, How a Donut Destroyed Earth, is available now. Thirteen fun and chaotic stories that are filled with more cringe than a Grubhub ad, only better and more satisfying. Available on Amazon, Apple Books, Nook, and ebook sellers across the internet. Seems like every month or so, …

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Thoughts on NieR: Replicant

Like short stories with magic, shape-shifting animals, and copious amounts of cringe? My short story collection, How A Donut Destroyed Earth is available now on Amazon, Apple Books, Nook, and wherever ebooks are sold. When people think of Square-Enix, the game that comes to mind the most is Final Fantasy. Yet Square has dabbled in …

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The Originality Complex

We’ve all seen it before. Thousands upon thousands of sparkly vampires, superhero squads, zombie invasions, WWII FPS games that copy Call of Duty to a T. That’s not you. You’d rather stand out, be the rebellious one. You have to be original. An idea so completely unique that it’ll become synonymous with you. So you …

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