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I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream…For Torture!

This one’s a huge pet peeve of mine. You have your hero in the terrifying dungeon of the bad guys, and they come in and do some horrible things to him/her, and… The hero, being a Super Tough Guy(tm) – … Continue reading

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Representation

I’ve been wanting to talk for a while about representation and villainry. It’s a bit of a tough one because on the one hand, you are allowed to make a villain who is of color, or gay (or otherwise of … Continue reading

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The Sanctity of Life

The sanctity of life is an interesting question for heroes. Consider the frequency in which case a hero is presented with a series of “bad guys” through which he must cut. Often these “bad guys” are mowed down like nothing … Continue reading

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We Have Found the Villain, and It Is the Hero

You know what makes me laugh an evil laugh as I watch the world below from my magical all-viewing evil portal? When the heroes do my work for me. I’m not just talking about when the hero makes a mistake, … Continue reading

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