Directory

Here you will find an indexed list of my posts for Top Picks, Masters of Storytelling, Muse-ings, and Discussion.

I am keeping my reviews, my challenges, and my quotes indexed elsewhere, because those would easily provide both the largest and most rapidly expanding section of this index otherwise, which would make this a bit clunkier than I want it to be. I am also refraining from indexing either “What’s New” or “This Week on TV,” at least for now, as I’m not sure how necessary that would be, or how to do so properly anyway, and they, too, would be huge sections of this index.

Now that I’ve been blogging for a few years, I thought it was time to organize things a bit for the convenience of you, my wonderful readers. I tried adding indexes to all the individual categories on the menu, but that just cluttered it up, so I’m trying this master index instead. Whether you’re looking for something specific or just browsing around, this should prove a bit faster and easier for you, I hope, than simply going backwards through all of my posts.

Top Picks

Countdowns
Disney: My Top 12 Animated Films
Harry Potter: Ranking the Movies
Marvel: My Personal Ranking of All 12 MCU Films to Date
Pixar: My Personal Ranking of All 15 Films
Studio Ghibli: My Personal Ranking of All Their Films (that I’ve seen)
Top Anime Picks
Top Anime Picks Pt. 2: The Top Contenders

Favorites
Action: The Dark Knight vs. X2
Adventure: The Princess Bride
Christmas Movie: A Christmas Carol
Second-Favorite Christmas Movie: How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Least-Favorite Christmas Movie: Elf
Drama: The Bucket List
Family Movie: Secondhand Lions
Fantasy: The Lord of the Rings
Science Fiction: Marvel Cinematic Universe
Western: 3:10 to Yuma

Masters of Storytelling

Arranged in alphabetical order of their last name, the Masters of Storytelling! I hope you enjoy! 🙂

Lloyd Alexander
Terry Brooks
David and Leigh Eddings
Robert Jordan
Stan Lee
C.S. Lewis
George R.R. Martin
Terry Pratchett
J.K. Rowling
Brandon Sanderson
Howard Taylor
J.R.R. Tolkien
Joss Whedon
Dave Wolverton

Muse-ings

Favorite Music
Celestial Navigations
The Band Perry
Fairy Tail Soundtrack
Heather Dale
Karliene Reynolds
“Boudica” by Karliene
Lindsey Stirling
Mannheim Steamroller
Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Nashville
Noteworthy Ladies
Pentatonix
S.J. Tucker

Thoughts
Storytelling and Music
The Value of Different Versions of the Same Thing
Why “The Sing-Off” Failed

Shared Music Videos
Five Music Videos Worth Your Time
Five Christmas Music Videos Worth Your Time

Discussion

A Question for You
If you could choose 3 mutations from X-Men for your everyday life, what would they be?
If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?
What superpower would your evil self from an alternate dimension want and why?
Vampire, Werewolf, or Witch: Which Would You Be?

Cineversity (aka, “MCU Copycatting”)
1: DC and Warner Bros (December 22, 2014)
2: Fox’s X-Men Franchise (December 27, 2014)
3: Sony’s Amazing Spider-Man (January 3, 2015)
4: Universal’s MCU (Monster Cinematic Universe) (January 8, 2015)
5: Valiant Entertainment (May 19, 2015)
6: Too Much of a Good Thing? (May 28, 2015)
7: DC’s Terrible Trailer-Fu (December 3, 2015)
Bonus: Does Marvel Need Fixing? ( December 11, 2015)
Bonus: What’s DC’s Biggest Weakness on the Big Screen? (January 21, 2016)
8: The Race Evolves (January 20, 2017)
9: Updates for Sony and Universal (June 8, 2017)
10: A New Contender (June 15, 2017)
11: Who Did Marvel Copycat? (June 22, 2017)
12: The Arrowverse (October 12, 2017)

My Fan Theories
A Buffy Fan-Theory: The Master and the Mayor
The Defenders vs. the Hand: Connecting the Dots (now disproved)
A Game of Thrones Fan-Theory: The Azor Ahai Assemblage
A Game of Thrones Fan-Theory: King Robert Was Right… For Once

Miscellaneous
Concerning Netflix and Online Streaming Services: Houston, Do We Have a Problem?
Groot is Awesome! 5 Images for 5 Reasons
Hilarious Trailers for Heroes of the Storm
My “Angry Otaku” Epiphany
My Response to the Sokovia Accords
My Tentative Avengers Classification System
My Thanksgiving
The Significance of Identity in Brandon Sanderson’s Novellas
Some Random “Dawn of Justice” Thoughts
The Right and Wrong Way to Change a Character’s Race
Twice Into the Woods: A Rambling Comparison of the Movie and the Play
Where Did All the Quality Urban Fantasy Books Go?
Why I Hate the “Fan” Made Power/Rangers

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