What do I like about Disney? Actually, I don’t particularly care for Disney or Disney movies. I can take them or leave them to be honest. I’ve never been much into the fluffified versions of Brother’s Grimm or the perversion of peoples and their cultures by Disney.
Larisa talks about her favorite Disney Movies.
Anthropomorphic Animals in Literature Books that use animal characters as people can add emotional distance for the reader when the story message is powerful or painful. Animal characters are used to elicit empathy and compassion for the world around us. Authors highlight specific and relatable character traits in order to appeal to human emotions and vulnerabilities. […]
So in the first part, we discussed the opus to box office with novels, but why the new rise of comics, graphic novels, and game adaptations, because they are popular. The new platforms are tapping into the market of gamers and consumers of obscured genres because it sells. Case in point the adaptation of The Witcher series. The Witcher is a novel series so I am including it here only because I think it classifies as ‘obscure’ in that not a huge swath of people heard of it, but it was famous.
Larisa reveals her favorite Disney Villain for fairytale month.
Sheal revels her favorite villain for fairytale week.
Larisa reveals her least favorite Disney Movie in time for Fairy Tale month!
Sheal talks about her least favorite Disney Movie for fairytale week
Sheal reveals her favorite Disney Movie for fairytale week.
Larisa shows off her Disney side for fairytale week.