Tag Archives: Art

Widow’s Walk – Reenter the House on the Hill!

In 2003, one of the most iconic board games of all time hit the market. It earned a 2nd edition in 2010, but other than that, the world of Betrayal at House on the Hill has never been revisited. Until … Continue reading

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Michelangelo Was Not a Secret Feminist: An Artistic Fisk

We know that the internet is full of crazies, but every now and then, one of them is so staggeringly deranged, we just have to call them out for it. Meet today’s maniacal nutjob, Hannah Osborne, of the International Business … Continue reading

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The Body on Screen

The newly-released¬†Deadpool movie has brought with it a whirlwind of controversy over film content. Foremost in that discussion has been the subject of nudity, and pronouncements that the film is immoral because of scenes with full nudity, both of men … Continue reading

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Better Living Through Lego

As you already know if you’ve been following me over at Novel Ninja, I like Lego. I¬†really like Lego. Lego is one of the greatest inventions of mankind, right up there with the wheel, written language, agriculture, and pizza. Lego … Continue reading

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