Luna was the first to introduce me to the realm of Harry Potter. I was sold on the idea of possessing magic and even more excited of the existence of a school for wizards. During middle school I was beginning to lose my sight and had lost interest in reading, so having a book Luna and I enjoyed helped me find a new love for reading. Despite the series being set in a fantasy realm the scenery come from inspirations from London, England.
Due to the insane amount of anime viewers often watch a few episodes of the anime before moving on thinking that they will return to the series and complete it at a later date. I decided to revisit The Irregular at Magic High School, hoping that over time my thoughts have changed regarding the show, so without further ado, here’s my review of The Irregular at Magic High School.
It’s always interesting to learn more about a person’s hobby through their perspective than trying to understand it by yourself. One of Luna’s many hobbies is to participate in live-action role-playing (LARP). Despite it being a visual immersive game, Luna finds ways to be an active participant.
There are many who assume that magic is spilt into three areas black, white, and grey representing the intentions when using spells. However, there are many branches of magic reflecting on the elements and different forms of magic or witchcraft.
If you inherited power, would you let it corrupt you or would you refuse to let it change who you are? Does magic make a person good or evil or should their morality be judged by their actions? In the film, All Hallows Eve, the audience is shown examples of how power can corrupt a person if they allow it, or how it amplifies a person’s moral character if used for good.
I was fortunate to meet J.T Joseph through a Facebook group for fantasy writers where I had posted an ad for the blog looking for writers, authors, and poets to contribute their work. I think advertising other author’s works is a positive way to network, plus it helps other readers become aware of their work especially if they might not of known of them previously.
On Halloween night, monsters from the otherworld come to our realm to enjoy a night not, chained behind the veil, but what about those that are human with paranormal abilities? Witches have walked this earth for centuries hiding their powers from mortals. Many Halloween films show their take on witch but one of the most famous is Hocus Pocus by Disney.
One of the classic animes that focuses on brotherly love and their journey to discover a legendary treasure, The Philosopher’s Stone, is Full Metal Alchemist. The Elric brothers push the boundaries of science and magic by using alchemy, hoping to defy the governing law of equivalent exchange with The Philosophers Stone.
When watching the remake of the movie Jumanji I couldn’t help but compare it to Larp like how the original film reminded me of table-top gaming. The movie focuses on a group of teens that must come together to save the world of Jumanji from falling into darkness. Forcing four complete strangers to work together and form new bonds between them. Rules of The Game The movie Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is a film that takes place several years after the first film. While cleaning the school’s basement as a means of detention one day after school, Spencer, Martha, Bethany, and Fridge come across an old video game consol. After hitting the start button the four teens are suck into the game where they discover they must return the Jaguar’s Eye to leave the game and return to the real world. While completing the levels of the game they come across Alex would had disappeared from their town twenty years ago.
Many people are familiar with the little faery seen in Disney’s Peter Pan, known as Tinkerbell or Tink. Tinkerbell is a fiery, short-tempered woman that is strongly possessive and loyal to her friend Peter Pan. The magical dust that she wields, known as pixie dust, is a magical dust collected from a tree in Pixie Hallow, helps gives items and people flight. Her name comes from the sound of a bell the sound people hear when she talks since only Peter and other faeries can understand her.