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Sister and I were watching old Pokemon episodes and for 3 episodes they told an abandonment story involving Chimchar. Became one of my favourite episodes in the franchise.
There’s few cartoons I follow religiously these days, but this one never fails to churn out some gems.
A biosphere is a sum of all ecosystems. A network of self-regulating systems which, as individual worlds, are amazing spectacles to witness. But it’s easily forgotten as to how the actions of one world, effect the next. In school we’re taught that this term applies to the Animal Kingdom. We’re taught that, one observes interactions within biospheres to get a better sense of symbiosis and how organisms interact within these networks. The truth is, our planet, our many nations that span the land masses on this planet, is part of one large Biosphere.
We’re slowly entering, if not already in, a time where our environmental awareness is in need, and despite how many celebrities and political figures point fingers in this situation, the key to this issue is education, learning the consequences of our actions, and taking the necessary steps. Society has tried lecturing and scaring the facts into us and admittedly, we did learn a few things.
However, people are seeking information for themselves in the present day and this is a time where technology has made information easily accessible and made easily to share.
Consider this an experiment. “BIOSPHERE” isn’t here with the intent to make profit, or lecture you with notes from, “The Inconvenient Truth”. My name is “Alpha”, and I love the wildlife that we share this planet with. Alpha believes that, like human rights, animal rights is important, and that all it takes, is a single voice to get an idea going.
It was a tedious process, but Alpha chose this logo to represent “BIOSPHERE” because with a bit of art, simplicity, and puzzle-like thinking, an image was formed to convey what a biosphere is, and what Alpha sets out to protect. Look carefully and you will see a sky of birds and insect wings, the watchful eyes of mammals, shadows of the people celebrating, and the tail of aquatic life.
Alpha looks forward to sharing with you all.
Keeping an eye on your blog Alpha.
After a busy day of getting a root canal in the morning and catching up with work (AT work) in the afternoon (Yes, I chose to go into work right after. Can’t keep me down that easy), nothing says relaxing evening to me, then sitting down to a set of good comic books. To be honest, I read my set of marvel books yesterday evening (review to come later), but tonight was all Gotham heroes and the “Death of a Family” story arc.
After Scott Snyder’s (writer of American Vampire) well-recieved Court of Owls story to launch the New 52 story of Batman, this guy is definitely a keeper for Batman story telling. To further support his golden writing talents, he’s kicked off “Death of a Family” (Batman #13) with a very twisted introduction to Joker. The most noted part was his dialogue with Harley Quinn at the end.
Looking forward to see how this all unravels.
On another note, I hardly read “Batman and Robin”. It’s cross-over stories like this that I’d only purchase it. It’s not that different from “Batman” or “Detective Comics”. But I think that series as a whole is unnecessary. Perhaps it’s because I dislike the idea of a Robin to begin with. I didn’t bother reading it because Damien, being Bruce’s son with Talia, just is there to show that Batman has a loving father side to him. As seen in Batman and Robin #14. Gag.
Dope cover art though.
Alongside my usual monthly fix of comic books, I picked up this series a while back. Written and illustrated by Eisner Award winner, Michael Oeming (one of my favourite illustrators). This 5-part mini series, “The Victories” is a post-modern, mature superhero story that hopes to make a mark like “Watchmen” did. So far it’s pretty cool, but wouldn’t align it that high up with The Watchmen. Especially a series that only aspires to being told in 5 issues. Still worth the read and the art.