Not a Book! Thursday || She-Ra and the Princesses of Power S2

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Fun fact for you this fine Thursday: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Season 2 came out on April 26th, just last week. Which was Lesbian Visibility Day.

I’m just saying, there is no way that was a coincidence.

ANYWAY, read on for my spoiler-free review of what’s arguably my current favorite cartoon!

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Not a Book! Thursday || Knights of Pen and Paper

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One of the toughest parts about playing tabletop RPGs like Dungeons and Dragons is getting the whole group together to actually play. But there’s a way to avoid that stress, and it comes in the shape of a video game! Actually, two games! Who knew?

But if you’re itching to play a TTRPG and don’t have a group, or tired of not being able to pull the whole party together, you might just want to hear what I have to say about the Knights of Pen and Paper games!

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Not a Book! Thursday || Ōkami

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By now, you’ve probably heard of Ōkami. It was originally released in 2006, and has since made itself a favorite to fans everywhere.

Today, you’re going to hear about it again, because I JUST FINISHED, AND I NEED TO TALK ABOUT THIS WOLF AND THE SUN AND HER LITTLE BUG FRIEND FIGHTING THE FORCES OF DARKNESS IN THE LAND OF NIPPON.

Buckle up, folks. This one’s an AMAZING game. (One which I will not spoil because the experience is best, well, experienced, so read on without fear!)

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Not a Book! Thursday || TAZ: Commitment and TAZ: Dust

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Bit by bit, I’ve been listening to more of The Adventure Zone. It’s been a little slow, between school and recovering from the brilliance of the Balance arc, but somehow, I’ve made it all the way through the Commitment and Dust arcs, leaving me right on the edge of Amnesty!

But let’s go back a little, and look at what’s happened in the mini-arcs since the finale of Balance.

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Not a Book! Thursday || Voltron Season 8: It’s Finally Over

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At last, we’ve made it. After about two and a half years, the evil is defeated, the end is here.

At last, I am free.

For those of you who aren’t aware, Voltron: Legendary Defender just released and wrapped its final season, and while I would have been thrilled to hear the words “eight seasons” back in June of 2016, at this point, I’m just glad it’s over for so many reasons. It has been a roller coaster of joy and disgust, especially after season seven, when the plot began to drag and the writers actually tried to defend their choice to lean into the bury your gays trope while also skirting around any real attempt at representation.

It wasn’t good. In fact, it was bad. Horrific, even.

And now that it’s over, I’m inclined to say that season eight has only made it worse. Spoilers abound ahead for those of you interested in learning why.

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