Tag: Labyrinth

Gargoyles: The Reckoning – Episode Review Continued

Thailog, Demona, and Fang lead Talon and the clan into a trap. It’s not the trap that our heroes expected, though. No, they’re about to walk into way more than they bargained for. They’ll see themselves in a new light. See, Thailog and Demona, with the help of Sevarius, have created clones of the clan. Will they be a match for themselves? And will blood ties be strong enough to change hearts?

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Gargoyles: The Reckoning – Episode Review

If you can’t kill your enemy, what do you do with them? Put them in jail, right? What if you don’t have one? A jail, that is. Or laws, a judge, or a jury. You get your buddies to help you watch them. Yes, it cuts in on your social life, but it’s better than the alternative. The clan has captured Demona, and is guarding her in the Labyrinth. But this might be just what she wants.

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Gargoyles: Pendragon – Episode Review

Arthur Pendragon, the Once and Future King of Britain, is awake and on a world tour that lands him in London. At the same time, Macbeth, the King of Scotland and Father of the King Thereafter, is awaiting a magical prize to drop from a gate in time and space. Turns out that the prize is Arthur and Griff. Bummer. But the search is on for Excalibur, which may in fact be in the Brooklyn Gardens. Which king is worthy to wield the legendary blade?

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Villainous independence: More than fireworks

We American’s celebrated our country’s independence from tyranny yesterday. It’s an old victory, and one that’s grown to mean less and less as our elected leaders over the decades have become our masters instead of our servants.

Independence doesn’t mean just freedom from a king. It’s not just the ability to speak our mind and worship how we like. It’s freedom from paralyzing anxiety, nagging doubt, draining fear, burning anger. It’s freedom from stagnation and boxed-in thinking. This isn’t an exhaustive list, either.

Today we see what villains teach us about power and independence.

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Understanding Jareth the Goblin King: How he can help us succeed in life – (Part 2)

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Picking up where we left off last week, we take a deeper look at Jareth the Goblin King from the Labyrinth movie and learn 6 ways to succeed in life.

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Understanding Jareth the Goblin King: How he can help us succeed in life – (Part 1)

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We analyze Jareth the Goblin King, the iconic antagonist from the Labyrinth movie. Why? To gain a better understanding of him and ourselves. He can teach us a lot if we look close enough. And I don’t just mean about fashion and magic dancing.

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Villain Matrix Stats: Jareth the Goblin King – Labyrinth

Using our Villain Matrix score system, we rank antagonists by their abilities and strengths. Today we score Jareth the Goblin King.

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