Adventure Time ''The Lich'' ReactionUh... um... I watched "The Lich," the season four finale of Adventure Time... here's what I am capable of thinking of it. Keep in mind that the following article isn't really a review since I can't muster a proper opinion on the episode yet.
...First of all, I've gotta praise the foreshadowing of the final events of this episode throughout the last season and in the episode itself. Turns out "King Worm" wasn't an irrelevant Bizarro Episode after all. I loved the delivery throughout the episode, too; it was funny seeing "Billy" explain his plan to Finn in such a frank manner, and looking back, it was also another example of subtle foreshadowing. The scene where all the gems become attached to The Enchiridion except for LSP's supposed "gem" was hilarious as well. And, of course, special mention must go to the Princess Bubblegum sequence before Finn shows up. It's one of those jokes that just wouldn't of worked if the character's personality hadn't already been established so well.
Top 10 Best Adventure Time EpisodesYou know how every time there's a new episode of Adventure Time with Flame Princess I review it just so I can call the writers out on how terribly executed the character is? Well, I was going to do that again with "Ignition Point" until I realized I had nothing new to say. Same old critiques. Then I realized that even though I call Adventure Time one of my favorite shows on television, I only talk about it when it gives me something to complain about. That's just stupid. So today, I am here to tell you why Adventure Time is so great.Top 10 Best Adventure Time Episodes3 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
Adventure Time thrives on its harmony between two opposite tones: silly and serious. The show is as colorful as a child's artwork, and the concept of the show itself sounds quite upbeat: a boy and his dog go on wacky adventures to vanquish evil. However, the show gives itself the task of explaining the source of its "silly" adventures and what each event means to the characters involved. An episode about a jiggly baby doubles as an exploration of the impac
Kid Icarus: Uprising ReviewKid Icarus: Uprising Review3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Ever read about Greek mythology? You know, lots of violence, lots of sex, lots of weirdos? Basically Jersey Shore with gods? It's always been an interesting subject. It's something that can easily been expanded upon or simply exploited to make a great work of fiction. The easiest thing to make with Greek mythology (besides books, but those are boring), however, is a video game. Greek mythology is all about the elements; there's a god for water, a god for the sun, a god for lightning... imagine exploring each god's creation, facing the elements with the help of all sorts of weird mythical creatures. It just comes naturally. Of course, Nintendo caught on rather quickly. Like, 25 years ago quickly.
Light Mythology: Palutena's Mirror was released on the Famicom in 1986, and was released in America as Kid Icarus on the NES in 1987. The game got its English name from a man named Icarus in Greek mythology. Icarus's father, Daedalus, built his son some wings out of feathers and wax to escape f