Welcome to the third post of Blogging the Classics with Jedi!
As of Sunday night, The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells had the most votes, so we're going to kick off our series with that!
(Due to the popularity of Journey to the Center of the Earth, if/when... More →
“You have reached the Fantasy Characters’ Helpline. If you are a hero or heroine, press 1. If you are a mentor to the hero or heroine, press 2. If you are a relative, blood related or adoptive, of the hero or heroine, press 3. If... More →
I’m not saying that these movies definitely need sequels, but if more movies do get made, there are certain things I think they should contain.
Peanuts Movie sequel
Lucy and Schroeder – With Lucy constantly trying to get Schroeder’s attention and Schroeder constantly ignoring her,... More →
The Avengers: Loki and Hawkeye fooled a retinal scanner by scanning a man’s eyeball with one device and transmitting it to another device, which was used on the scanner.
X-Men: Mystique fooled a retinal scanner by shapeshifting into another person.
Minority Report: A man fooled retinal scanners... More →
As some of you might have heard:
~~Sparklers, Sparklers: I've been thinking
What a fun thing it would be
If we all blogged some Classic Lit
In Summer 2K17? ~~
Here's the deal:
We, the Sparklers, reside in one of the coolest, most bookish places on the whole wide interwebs. I,... More →