Tales Of The Mind

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How “DC Rebirth” Is Deconstructing The Readers & Writers of Comics

"Deconstruction" it's a term artists and writers throw around a lot. But we all do it. To deconstruct is to pull something apart and look at its parts, its strength, and weaknesses. It helps us assess what we're dealing with... Continue Reading →

The Tale Of Three Knights | Short Story

How does it feel when the tip of your sword pierces the throat of your enemy when the blood slowly crawls down your blade towards your hand. That thought passes through the mind of every young knight. Some lick their... Continue Reading →

Why ‘Riverdale’ Is The Teen Drama You Should Be Watching Right Now

Riverdale is the newest live-action comic book property on the CW. The series is based on the iconic characters from Archie Comics, which hasn't shied away from telling strange stories in the past such as the crossover tales Archie Meets... Continue Reading →

Madara Uchiha’s Philosophy & Motivation In “Naruto”

War - war never changes. That seems to be a fact going throughout history, the methods of spreading war and fighting wars evolves constantly but the motivations never change. Greed, hate, fear and vengeance seem to be the main culprits... Continue Reading →

How “Digimon Tri” Questions The Ethics Of The Trolley Problem

It has been over 20 years since the release of the original Digimon Series. Since the big anniversary, Toei Animation has released three out of six planned movies that continue the journey of the original team. Set six years after... Continue Reading →

“The Flash” Finally Changes Its Formula | S03E10 REVIEW

(Warning: This article contains spoiler for The Flash S03E10) The Flash has finally returned from his winter break and the mid-season premiere came back with quite a bit of promise and a change in formula. A lot of people who... Continue Reading →

Should We Look Forward To Another Joker Apperance? | The Problem With The DCEU

Jared Leto's Joker had a lot of potentials and still has. One thing is for sure. The Joker's first debut in the DCEU was polarizing. Now with Jared Leto teasing another appearance as the Joker on Social Media (possible in... Continue Reading →

The Horror Behind The Joker’s Laugh | Brian Bolland’s Joker

The iconic image of the Joker by Brian Bolland in the Killing Joke had me thinking for a while now. I have it as a desktop wallpaper and I have read the comic a bunch of times. I have seen... Continue Reading →

Analyzing The Philosophy Of Batman | Existentialism

Everybody knows the origin of Batman. Bruce Wayne and his parents walked down a dark alley and became victims of a mugging that resulted in the death of Martha and Thomas Wayne. This event shaped Bruce and his future alter... Continue Reading →

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