Title: Heroes and Villains
Author: Horrible’s Igor
Media: Television / Movies
Topic: Buffy: The Vampire Slayer / Kitchen Sink
URL: Heroes and Villains (Now Defunct)
Critiqued by TacoMagic and Eliza
Hey folks! Welcome back to Igor Makes References, otherwise known as Heroes and Villains.
“Recap! Last time Jimmy and Buffy were bored in their cell and wanted a book, Elsa and Willow went drinking together, Willow gave Buffy a book, and the prisoners used the book to escape.”
But, because following all that might have managed to be too interesting, we start out this week over with Dr. Horrible as he does things. Important things.
Hello hello, everyone, and welcome back yet again to Love of a Spartan.
“Last time Troy Fisher was able to deliver to Renee her well-deserved comeuppance for sleeping through most of the defense of Lacerta Colony, only to be interrupted and directly countermanded by his old foe the Master Chief. Having secured his bunkmate effective immunity from anything resembling proper discipline, the once-proper Spartan split the Marines up into pretty much randomly-determined teams, and then they finally loaded up the Pelicans to deploy to the colony.”
Terrible Troy Counter: 68
Mommy’s Little Marines (And Spartans) Counter: 51
Halight Counter: 20
“Chapter 13 / “Twelve” is entitled ‘Arrival’, and Forerunners willing promises more of the same genuine combat as the first several.”
Title: Arkham Asylum
URL: Chapter Eight
Critiqued by BatJamags and Duke Alexander of Landfall
Running the Asylum count: 16
Out of Character count: 22
Hello once again, patrons! I’m your guest host (thinking too hard about that is a federal offense, even for people in other countries) BatJamags, and today, we’re finishing this!
In celebration of finishing this pile of trash, I’ve brought in one last co-riffer. Ladies, gentlemen, and interns, meet Duke Alexander of Landfall.
Duke Alexander: A pleasure to make your acquaintance.
Oh, sure it is, before you get to know them. The Duke here comes from the same setting as Kane (and kind-of Supercilious – I haven’t had a chance to use that character yet). He’s a high-level human noble. He’s what you might call a renaissance man. He’s a skilled swordsman, a fairly powerful wizard, a respected scholar, and impeccably well-mannered.
Oh, and he’s also evil.
Title: Dragon Tales Lost Episode
Topic: Dragon Tales
URL: Dragon Tales Lost Episode
Critiqued by Angie
A shit ton of faux spoopy stuff. Although, there are also references to physical and sexual abuse, drugs, and sexual references exchanged between siblings. So, if any of that hits too close to home, kindly look away. I’ll put another warning right before and after each scene.
Alright alright alright, I’m back again. Happy late Thanksgiving, patrons! Look, yeah I’m a little late on that ‘Happy Thanksgiving’, but I decided I would bring down the mood for a second and…JEFFREY.
TURN DOWN THE LIGHTS.
*lights flicker off*
I…I didn’t say to turn them off. Isn’t there a knob?
Jeffrey: Well I can’t see now.
That’s your own problem.
Anyway, I thought I would go ahead and say who I’m thankful for. I’m thankful for my fellow librarians, to name a few, Herr, Lyle, Ghostie, Taco, Ert and SC. But to name a few others who I lead here, Austyn, Keira, and others. I also wanted to include Andy/Max here.
But enough of that nonsense. Let’s get to what you came here for. The review.