Sally clutched her treasure tight as she slipped into her apartment. A brush of her finger against the handle, and the door’s AI read her biological imprint.
How To Recommend Anime To Your Friends
So, you like to watch anime. No, you don’t just like anime – it’s a passion. You aren’t quite at the weebification stage where every inch of your walls is coated with anime posters and the few spaces on your bookcases that don’t hold manga are holding figurines. But you love it. You love it so much that you want to spread the joy and get your friends and family into anime.
How To Play Keeper-Kennan: A TFT Gameplay Guide
I remember the first time I encountered the Keeper-Kennan composition in a ranked game. I just wrinkled my nose at four Keepers around 4-3. In the end, that player and their fancy 3-star Kennan were responsible for knocking me out of the game into fifth place. I didn’t think much of it until I came across a video by BunnyMuffins about the comp.
What "Wandavision" Means for the MCU and Me
I still remember my first MCU movie. It was Guardians of the Galaxy back in 2014, so I came a little late to the party. I’d had a passing interest in the movies and comic books for a few months but was under the misguided idea that comics were for nerds. Yeah. That was me.
You Should (Not) Hate Gabi
I’ve seen a lot of hate on Gabi from Attack on Titan’s current season. People call her annoying, bratty, spoiled, and so on. The hate might have something to do with Gabi shooting one of the most beloved characters in the show as they celebrated what they thought to be a victory in enemy territory.
The Best Pizza I’ve Ever Made
Who doesn’t like pizza? Soft, chewy crust supporting layers of succulent sauce, melted cheese, and anything else you could conceive of eating on top of a bit of bread. Pizza is also one of those foods that’s hard to recreate at home. You can whip up a pizza crust with next to no effort, and it’s not like tomato sauce, cheese, pepperoni, and so on are hard to obtain.
What Does It Mean To Be A Hero?
What does it mean to be a hero? This question is often asked in My Hero Academia. With the fifth season just around the corner, it seems like a perfect time to reflect on one of the show’s core thematic questions and how the most recent season addressed it. Season 4 of My Hero gave us two story arcs: the Shie Hassaikai arc that brought our heroes into conflict with a large criminal organization, and the School Festival Arc that took a much lighter tone than the rest of the show. We’ll look at both of these to see how they addressed heroics.