I have a villain fetish. There, I said it. I like villains more than heroes, at least most of the time. Antagonists interest me because they challenge the hero. Questioning his motives, challenging his beliefs, denying his convictions. Echoing the serpent of Eden, true villains subvert the truth while questioning the hero’s convictions. Does that mean that a villain is founded on lies? Or is a good villain one who focuses solely on defeating the hero? What makes a good villain?
Ice cream, anime, and Jesus have a lot in common. Well, maybe not a lot, but a closer look reveals more similarities than you might think. Speaking from my personal life, I tend to go to each of them for a few different reasons. When I’m feeling sad, when I’m angry, when I’m tired: I always find a different kind of comfort or peace in each of them. Ice creams’ sweetness reminds me that life isn’t always sour, the soft amnesia offered by a familiar … Read more Binging Jesus?