Featured Image Credit: marketing-eficaz.net It's been long said that writers of all sorts should stick to a singular genre; whatever category your first story ended up in, you shouldn't veer outside of that world. All I can say is whoever came up with that so-called logic mustn't have been confident in their abilities. In reality, … Continue reading The Validity of Writing in Multiple Genres
More than any other genre (including horror), comedy gets critically panned at a constant rate. A comedic movie/TV show can contain well-written humour, do what it’s supposed to do as a full-blown spoof and can encourage standout moments of acting and yet, these contents go underappreciated because of the category they’re involved in. Critics’ dislike … Continue reading Critics’ Dislike of Comedy
Things are so much simpler the younger we are. During those times, it's expected of us to root for the hero and hope the villain gets taken down and that's exactly what happens. Our innocent little minds crave for that happy, heroic ending where everything either returns to normal or for more tranquillity to be … Continue reading Villains – A Guilty Pleasure
In worlds where becoming the extraordinary hero/villain is achievable, where science pushes boundaries with powers beyond any explanation until after it happens and the relationships between people drastically change as a result, the word 'impossible' doesn't seem to appear in any dictionaries in the world of Science Fiction. However, is that actually the case? With … Continue reading Does Sci-Fi Have Any Limitations?