"Batman Returns juxtaposes Batman and the Penguin, by presenting Oswald Cobblepot as a freak who aspires towards a life of wealth and privilege in contrast to Bruce Wayne as a “gold-plated bachelor” who wants nothing more than to be a freak. There’s a perverse poignancy to this interpretation of the character, a tenderness distinct from other approaches to Batman."
Great article on Michael Keaton's portrayal of Batman and Tim Burton's movies.
Hello, strangers. I'm Ana Rosa, a brazilian young writer, who buy more books than can read - as any normal person does. Training my english, sorry for any mistakes. :)
I work as copywriter freelancer, and I'm currently studying archetypes, storytelling and tarot (?), for some side projects. Oh, and writing a fiction about angels, humans and all the things between.
I also have another "me" on mastodon, for general things. Thank you for accepting me here. Ahoy.
I was just reading this... https://skull.website/@swirlz/104376628285312144
And it made me think of how a lot of the horror in Peter Watts' novels comes just from things in biology that we don't generally know or normally don't think about.
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Quick introduction... I write about movies, games, books, and media in general at Strangevistas.com. It's an eclectic set of articles, ranging from anime to science fiction books to whatever B movie I've just become enamored with.
I used to publish stuff on Tumblr, until they started censoring people, then dumped them:
Looking forward to some discussion here!
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