I can just picture Macbeth and Thor chatting until Thor lets slip that he’s not only a king, but a god:
Macbeth: (Addresses an invisible audience off to the side:)
—Our fears in Thor
Stick deep; and in his royalty of nature
Reigns that which would be fear’d: ‘tis much he dares;
And, to that dauntless temper of— Continue reading
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Previously on ARRiel the Pirate Mermaid…
We left ARRiel on quite the cliffhanger…what would she do? Would the dinosaur eat her? Would they become friends? Would she get a hair cut???
The wait is over.
You’re welcome. Continue reading
I’ve had this awesome make-your-own comic book since December, but I’m bringing it back out. This book is great for Continue reading
This past year I graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance. For my senior recital, I decided to do something a little different. To me, the Haydn sonata I was learning sounded like the kind Continue reading
It isn’t easy putting tech into a fantasy setting. Yet it can be done! Sometimes even correctly. Here are 7 methods that might or might not work. Though looking at the ‘humor’ tag on this post, it’s probably a lot of tongue and cheek. Time travel! Nothing goes wrong with having a robot time travel […]
via 7 Ways to Put a Robot in Your Fantasy Story — Legends of Windemere
I know nothing at all about this photograph: who is in it; when it was taken; where it was taken. But I’m posting it purely because, well, you know-the guy in the tree. Perhaps in a former life he was a cat.
Ludwig van Beethoven: Mind control
How else could he have ignited the fierce battle that took place between Brahms and Wagner? They were both so obsessed with pursuing Beethoven’s legacy that they must have been under his power.
But before you go thinking he’s a supervillain like Loki, he also wrote some pretty different music that stretched the boundaries of what was acceptable at that time, and everyone loved it. We still love it today. So he used his powers for good, too (wait…could we still be under his superhuman influence??).
W.A. Mozart: Super speed Continue reading