Last April, I wrote about my first foray into anime. I had a great time with it, and my successful venture had a of couple unintended side-effects. For one thing, I enjoyed that first series so much that I tried another, then another, then many more (which led to me finally figuring out how to make Netflix play it in Japanese. Hurrah, technological success!). And then, when my choices narrowed down to only shows I didn’t want to watch, I began to read manga instead. Continue reading…
Posted October 30, 2013
At A Knife And A Quill, Kate Laity shares her thoughts on American Horror Story: Coven: “I don’t turn to drama series for insightful commentary on witchcraft. I do expect fun and I do expect a little pulse-taking on the state of the nation. Because witchcraft narratives are almost always about notions of female and other subterranean (AKA non-approved) power.” Meanwhile at Voodoo Universe, Lilith Dorsey discusses the commodification of Voodoo and Santeria (and offers a resource list to learn more about Voodoo Queen Marie Leveau and the New Orleans Voodoo tradition). And at The Witching Hour, Peg Aloi examines American Horror Story‘s reinvention of the witch archetype. Patheos has more on AHS:C, including livechats. Find them here.