Monthly Archives: November 2017

Comic Cadence

This past weekend, I finally finished the webcomic Homestuck.  To those of you unfamiliar with it, that probably doesn’t mean much, but its intimidating page count exceeds 8,000 and its word count is over 800,000, making it feel like a feat.  This is in addition to the fact that I originally caught up to where […]


Taylor Swift has been dealing with the baggage of her reputation for years now.  From being viewed as serial-dating heartbreaker whose every ex would be eviscerated in one of her singles to conniving snake at the epicenter of a number of public disagreements with various celebrities, she’s received more than a little criticism. It was […]

Melodic Memories

I find that many artists, for me, are primarily grounded in a sense of nostalgia.  That isn’t to say that my love for them is only based on nostalgia—though I believe that nostalgia is as valid an emotion as any to fuel your love for media, particularly music—but if I listened to an artist in […]

Going Back to the Beginning

If you discover an artist somewhere in the middle of their career, going back to their earliest release can be disorienting, in my experience.  Some artists start off in a place that I love and never stray, but with others I’ll find that I could speak endlessly in favor of every single one of their […]