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Live Cast on Villains

May 22, 2019 Declan Finn 0

Yes, I know I did a blog on this yesterday, but it was on my mind. You can find the link for City of Shadows here. And if you haven’t chimed into the discussion, my latest […]

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Making a Villain (update)

May 21, 2019 Declan Finn 0

Bad guys don’t need to wear black. But then again, black can be awesome. So, what do Moriarty, Modred, and Sauron have in common? Easy, they’re all bad guys. What else to they have in common? While […]

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Dragon Awards, May 2019

May 6, 2019 Declan Finn 0

The Dragons are open for voting … and we’re getting close to the cut off date for the nominees. Yeah, it’s been a fast month. Hell, I feel like I just did this blog. Though […]

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Deus Vult O’Clock

April 29, 2019 Declan Finn 0

You know things are bad when I don’t even want to write a shootout. So I’m taking this little lull from writing at the moment to talk with you people about, well, what the Hell […]

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Jimbo Reviews Infernal Affairs

April 23, 2019 Declan Finn 0

Over at Jim McCoy’s blog, there’s a new review of Infernal Affairs. A few highlights. ….. I’m never moving to New York. Seriously, if this is the type of thing that goes down there I’m […]

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Love Death & Robots

April 19, 2019 Josh Young 0

I was somehow blindsided by the existence of the Netflix animated anthology show, Love, Death & Robots. I’d heard nothing about it, knew nothing about it, and basically wasn’t even aware of it until a friend […]

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Catholic reads: Declan Finn Returns

April 17, 2019 Declan Finn 0

Catholics reads wanted me back. I went. Fun was had by all. Get City of Shadows here. As you wait for the books to download to your Kindle, please join the discussion about the Dragon Awards. I’ve got […]

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Notra Dame, Paris, is Burning

April 15, 2019 Declan Finn 0

The French revolution murdered tens of thousands of people. Many of them were priests — even priests who had supported the revolution fell to The Terror. But they knew enough to not destroy Notre Dame. […]