"Hyperion is an incredibly serious book. It's basically The Canterbury Tales in space. At the end of the book they were going to see this mysterious being called the Shrike which is like the Wizard, in a way. You know the really funny part? Only…"
*spoiler alert* Suffice it to say, it ends with all the characters singing "We're off to see the Wizard." A completely intriguing and engrossing world ruined by a horrible ending. Also, I did read Fall of…"
"I think that this is a great idea, and I will gladly do anything I can to help. I found this list on helpguide.org of what to do when talking with someone who is suicidal.
When talking to a suicidal person
Be yourself. Let the person know you…"
"Probably this shirt:
Yes, that is a cape. It has the Robin logo on it. What makes it especially nerdy is I could have gotten Superman, Wonder Woman, Batgirl or Robin, and I chose Robin. I don't know why, but I've always like Robin (except…"
"I would agree that even if one or both of them ever developed romantic feeling for one another, they would be too awkward about it to ever enter into a romantic relationship. As far as BBC is concerned, I think Moffat would probably find a way…"
"Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. It's more for people who like video games or 80s pop culture, but I'd say it is one of the nerdiest books I ever read, or listened to, since I listened to Wil Wheaton narrate the audiobook."
"I think it depends on how they handled it. He obviously still cares for Freya so it would have to subtle and develop over time, i.e. not in one episode. Also, it couldn't eclipse the story. If the show suddenly became all about Merlin and…"