The hero’s journey is a time-tested theory of what makes a good story, whether for a movie, novel or play. While plenty of people have written about and tried to teach the concept, only now have puppets been included in the process, making it easier to absorb the information than ever.
Come on, everyone knows the book was better! But then, the book is always better, isn’t it?Advertisement
Do you wish your geek was showing even when too much skin was showing? Then you might want to invest in some great geeky bras and panties from tefa23.
Like a real geek, Roy from the IT Crowd has a vast selection of awesome tees featuring snarky comments and inside jokes. If you ever saw one on the show and wished you could see the whole thing or wondered what the heck it was related to, you won’t want to miss Bite’s coverage of the best of Roys T-Shirts.
My Little Ponies might be fun, but for some, the very notion of them being ponies is just too juvenile and cutesie. For that contingent, My Little Cephalopod by DeviantArt user Mimblex is a welcome alternative with all the allure and amazement a knitted squid can offer.
Peter Jackson is great and all, but I still think this movie would be better, if only for the absolutely amazing squee factor. Booboo the Grey, Bono Bagins and Lady Roxy look like an ideal cast for any Tolkien flick.
Ever wondered if Iron Man could get a DUI, zombies are legally responsible for the people they kill or the Ghost Busters could be accused of falsely imprisoning ghosts? Then you’ll love this great Oddee article answering all the questions you might have about fictional legal issues, as explored by real lawyers.
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