Hah! A pun. I haven’t done one of those in a while.
I just remembered I had a section for books on this thing. Go figure.
This particular review is going to be a bit weird. Mainly because I have no idea how I actually feel about this thing.
And here’s the first thing I wrote with Galaxy in the title.
Introducing what’s bound to become a common occurrence on the site: the adaptation comparison. In these posts, I’ll be performing a side-by-side analysis of two separate depictions of the same work (usually the most popular or most easily accessible). Because of this, the ‘Plot’ sections of these posts may be more spoiler-heavy than my average reviews.
This is the second thing in a row that I’ve written about with Galaxy in the Title. Go figure. Read the rest of this entry
I’m about to go totally fanboy you guys. It’s not a terrible undergraduate term paper, but it will have to do.
“Dying is easy, Comedy is hard.”
Odds are you’ve heard this expression in one form or another at some point in your life. It’s a generally accepted idea among those who work in comedy that it is one of the most difficult things to convey. I got myself to thinking (as I usually do) about why this is. My general conclusion is that it is not one but a number of factors that make comedy particularly daunting.