Tauriq Moosa at Big Think argues the case:
I think yes. Firstly, merely, say, debilitating him in some way is not helpful. What’s powerful is not The Joker’s physical presence but what he can create and conjure. For example, in The Killing Joke by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, The Joker attempts to drive Commissioner […]
You know what’s great in a video game? Side quests. Lots of content. Games that let me choose my own path and do extra, fun, cool things in addition to the main storyline. I’ve only been playing Batman: Arkham City for a day now, and there is already so much to choose from. The downside […]
Imagine the following:
Tomorrow, a bureaucrat in Berlin discovers a massive cache of documents, videos, and photos from a secret Nazi science lab. The lab was charged with the most heinous and unethical of Nazi research programs wherein human test subjects were abused and violated in the most inhuman ways possible. […]
As I have written elsewhere (including my first book), in our modern culture science functions as myth in the sense that it provides us with narratives of origins and endings that set our […]
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