Klingon Honor

Honor. This is a subject that's near and dear to my heart.  As someone who walks the path of chivalry as a means to constantly improve myself, I am very aware of the role of honor and its perceptions in various eras and cultures.  It's practiced at every step in all things, an acknowledgment of being … Continue reading Klingon Honor

Batman, 1943

A mere four years after The Bat-Man made his debut in the pages of Detective Comics, the world was a very different place.  Specifically, it was at war.  For the United States, the front lines of the war were threefold: the war in Europe, the war in the Pacific, and the propaganda war on the … Continue reading Batman, 1943

Wonder Woman: The Complete Newspaper Comics by William Moulton Marston and H. G. Peters

When it comes to the 4-color heroes, as respected as she is, Wonder Woman may not top the list of favorites for most people... but she tops mine. But just as all of her Justice League counterparts have transitioned across time from their original versions, so too did the Amazon Princess. There's something so alien … Continue reading Wonder Woman: The Complete Newspaper Comics by William Moulton Marston and H. G. Peters

Pax Britannica, Book 3 – Farewell the Trumpets: An Imperial Retreat by Jan Morris

If you've made it through the first two books of this series, you already know exactly what to expect. If you choose to start here because you're more interested in the post-Victorian reversal of fortune, then it's safe to say you could jump in and not really be lost. You'd miss out, but you wouldn't … Continue reading Pax Britannica, Book 3 – Farewell the Trumpets: An Imperial Retreat by Jan Morris