Author Archives: apocalypedia

Perdido Street Station

To be fair, the concept of world-ending moths require a fair amount of set up. Continue reading

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What Happened to Monday

Some day I’ll get tired of middling dystopian fiction, but today is not that day. Continue reading

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The People of Sparks

“Ember” and “Sparks” are a metaphor, you see. Continue reading

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Honestly, I need to read a better Bible. My edition has none of this cool stuff in it. Continue reading

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The City of Ember

Maybe 2019 is the year that a couple of plucky kids save the day for all of us. Continue reading

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The Man in the High Castle

I checked out of the Amazon series eight episodes in, so I should have expected this. Continue reading

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Honestly, I’d still like to see at least 20% more rampaging. Continue reading

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Norse Mythology

A Norse is a Norse, of course of course…. I’m so sorry. Please come back. Continue reading

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Pattern Recognition

Imagine calling yourself a “coolhunter” when people ask what you do for a living. I hunt cool. I stalk it on The Plains of Lame, so I can bring the spoils to the mighty Brands. Glory to the Brands! Continue reading

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Hazards of Time Travel

I guess “The Adventures of Mary Ellen and the Wolf Man” didn’t have enough gravitas as a title. Continue reading

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