Category Archives: fantasy

The Feminine Mystique: Brienne of Tarth

When it comes to George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire¬†universe, there’s a hard and fast rule to play by: don’t get attached to anyone. At one point or another, your favorite is most likely going to … Continue reading

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The Women of Westeros and Why TV Needs Them

This post contains some Season/book 1 plot spoilers. If you’ve been following my recaps of the second season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, you know that I have a lot of feelings about the show and its characters. But I … Continue reading

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Why Cultural Sensitivity Matters, or A Love Letter to Avatar

It’s a rarity to find a person who has watched Avatar: The Last Airbender and not fallen in love with the series. The show has been praised for its exceptional plot and character development, as well as its attention to … Continue reading

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United Colors Of Albion: Race In Fantasy Media

This is going to be a post about Race in Fantasy media. I just wanted to get that out there, right off the bat, so we’re clear. If you would like to get yourself a glass of wine, maybe a … Continue reading

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