Author Archives: mheimiller

Darth Vader Hardcover #1 overview

Darth Vader Hardcover 1 is a book of introductions. If you think about Darth Vader in the original trilogy he’s more like the step dad you see once a month than a steady known reliable figure. What’s his personality like, … Continue reading

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The Critical Perspective is Not Enough

One of the most persistent liberal myths is that art has no moral content, that reading or watching or listening to something can never be in itself evil. This is something that can only be true if, conversely, art does … Continue reading

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What you can do, do

You can be good. You can do good. Grabbing a milkshake and just talking, sitting, enjoying the sun and caring about another person. Let me let you know, the little things matter. We live in a world where people are … Continue reading

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Some Nice Things About a Movie You Didn’t and Won’t See: Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur

So right off the bat, if you are thinking of going to see King Arthur go read Sonny Bunch’s review. It’s one of those rare thumbs down reviews that absolutely sold me on the movie. It’s not a good movie. … Continue reading

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Some Stuff About Truth, Art, Violence and that New Netflix Stand-up

“Reality has a conservative bias” you’ve heard it and you probably hate it. How presumptuous! That accurate perception and accurate belief cosanguinate. “Reality has an X bias” more like it!  Anyone with a truth claim necessarily has some belief in … Continue reading

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Match Trap (why nonsense podcasts are bad)

So I’ve been reading The Complacent Class by Tyler Cowen. One of the main topics or observed developments he discusses is Matching. From dating to home buying to religion. Like becomes like like. People find their people. The downside of … Continue reading

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Comics I Care About: March 22nd 2017

Every week a lot of comics come out. Of those comics there are a handful I’ll buy and hopefully like. A smaller more select set of comics are the ones that build some anticipation before Wednesday rolls around. Their history leaves … Continue reading

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