Danger301196

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A daydreamer. When confronted with reality, attends med school. A writer who romances the English language and loves quotes...

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Mary Morstan's Impact on the equation between Sherlock and Watson

Unlike her counterpart in the novel, the makers of Sherlock made a bold decision with their attempt at giving Mary Morstan a very prominent story arc in the third season of the hit TV series. However, the first episode of this season put a tragic end to this promising character’s role. Now, with her part on the Sherlock series over, analyze what part her character played in the lives of the leads, how Sherlock and Watson had their individual priorities changed and what changes may be anticipated in the equation shared by them,especially considering that her death was partly caused by Sherlock’s actions.
Also, with Molly Hooper still having a very minor role in most episodes, analyze the consequences of the death of the only major female character in the series and whether this was justified(the makers have stated on record that her character was diverting all the attention from Sherlock-Watson and their bromance) considering that her murky past still held the promise of being fodder for more episodes…

  • I imagine one will not be able to fully complete this article until the season has had its run, as Mary's death will no doubt factor into Sherlock and Watson's relationship - I wouldn't call her part "over" quite yet. I like the mention of Mary's novel counterpart, yet it's sad they created such a strong female character to have her die in what I considered a rather ridiculous and undeserving manner. – Karen 3 weeks ago
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Danger301196

Your article made for a gripping read especially considering that I love to look out and hunt for rich symbolisms in everything I see. I really liked your organization of the post too. Thank you for the interesting perspective.

Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood: The Symbolic and Ironic Deaths of the Homunculi
Danger301196

Nicely encapsulated summary of a wonderful series!

Death Parade: Humanity in Yuzuru Tachikawa's Anime
Danger301196

I believe that Samuel Burleigh here has done a wonderful job in taking the efforts to give us a complete picture of the man whose win caused a great deal of controversy in a really strange year! He helped me realise the true extent and greatness of the phenomenon that he was, thank you for that. Inspite of all this, I still however have this nagging thought as to whether the Nobel Prize was the right platform to honour his immense talent…

Bob Dylan and The Nobel: Greatest Living American Writer?
Danger301196

I liked how you managed to show both sides of the coin in a systematic and objective pointwise manner. However, if you personally ask me, superhero movies have transcended the action-thriller genre and made something of a unique niche for themselves. As in, it has become a genre of it’s own and as long as the cash counters keep ringing with money, I find it hard to believe that any real final end is ever going to be meted out to any character. Fake deaths have become a standard rather than an aberration and MCU with the amount of diverse lesser known characters it has in it’s comics could easily keep churning out the same stuff for decades. Ultimately, what I realized, at least for me, is that I am no longer moved or wowed by any superhero film. (other than C. Nolan’s Batman) They just make for routine campy fun.

Should Superhero Franchises have a Definite Ending