Cults actually attract people who are smarter than average, but are emotionally troubled and prone of unhealthy dependence issues. If you want to be told what to think, you really don't have to do anything that you can't get in the normal society. If, however, you think that people around you are easily led sheep and… » 10/21/14 4:55pm Yesterday 4:55pm

Sure it can. In fact, in the right hands the Sandman could be an excellent cinematic experience. However, it would have to be handled with care. I would greatly prefer for a film, if one is to be made, to have an original plot written for that specific purpose by Neil Gaiman, himself, rather than have it rehash the… » 10/21/14 12:38pm Today 12:38pm

He was the first tragic, sympathetic vampire in gothic fiction. He appeared in a lengthy serial novel published in magazines over several years, so the story is indeed ridiculously long-winded and meandering; it was never designed as a coherent novel with a clear beginning, middle and end, just written a chapter at a… » 10/21/14 12:27pm Today 12:27pm

While Gandalf didn't have a finite amount of mana, he did have limitations to his abilities that were brought up every now and then. When the Fellowship was stuck on Caradhras they asked if Gandalf could magically melt the snow for them, like he had magically lit their wet firewood earlier. He couldn't, because even… » 10/21/14 5:50am Today 5:50am

To that assessment I have to continue say, rubbish. ME3's completed ending was an excellent end to the trilogy, and what's even more important, left me hungry for future games in the franchise. I can only hope it won't be squandered because the public demands predictable mediocrity. » 10/14/14 5:28pm 10/14/14 5:28pm