Pirotess Redesign, by Elif Siebenpfeiffer Record of the Lodoss War is another fantasy series that’s been recommended to me by various people but that I’ve never gotten around to investigating. Apparently it’s a bigger series than I thought, with manga, … Continue reading
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Pirate King Elizabeth Swann in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End “Prepare every vessel that floats. At dawn, we’re at war.” —Elizabeth Swann I remember being surprised and impressed with Kiera Knightley’s performance when I saw Pirates of the … Continue reading
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Tea Girls, by Brian Kesinger (images used with permission) “Steampunk is…a joyous fantasy of the past, allowing us to revel in a nostalgia for what never was. It is a literary playground for adventure, spectacle, drama, escapism and exploration. But … Continue reading