What It Means To Be A Hero: American Superhero Comics v. Japanese Shonen Manga | Rajsi Rajora

In popular fiction, which is commonly conceived with this consideration, the moral integrity of a character typically determines his or her role and ideological relevance within the framework of a plot. The classic conflict between the abstract extremes of good and evil thus becomes intrinsic to the fabric of stories. Continue reading What It Means To Be A Hero: American Superhero Comics v. Japanese Shonen Manga | Rajsi Rajora

Review: Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Children of Time | Bruhad Dave

Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Children of Time has got humongous spiders in it. Well. The premise is simple enough. Earth bad. People worse. Much conflict. And very near the beginning of the book, the whole thing sort of snuffs itself out. By ‘the whole thing’ I mean all the planets and moons that humanity has colonised. Continue reading Review: Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Children of Time | Bruhad Dave