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    Khonshu and Ammit: From Egyptian Mythology to the MCU

    With the success of the Disney limited series Moon Knight, it has no doubt thrown Egyptian mythology into the spotlight. But despite all the amazing visual effects, and the dazzling scenery and action scenes, how accurate is the portrayal of Khonshu and Ammit? Does marvel stick close to Egyptian mythology, and portray the gods as accurately as possible, or have they adapted the mythologies to suit a certain audience? Just like the other myths and legends of the Ancient World, Egyptian mythology can be quite complicated, and even through the passage of time, the gods themselves can be adapted through mythology to suit new purposes. The MCU is no stranger to portraying gods, as we have seen Thor, Loki, and various other gods from the Norse mythologies. So how close is Marvel’s portrayal of the Egyptian gods, and how have they managed to stick to the ancient script?

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    The problem I have with a lot of projects Disney + releases is that they are too short of a series to actually fit everything in. With The Book of Boba Fett, it essentially became The Mandalorian season 3, which in itself distracted from the actual show. A six/seven-part series, for example, the Book of Boba Fett and Moon Knight (another notable mention) are just too short to actually present anything meaningful.

    The Book of Boba Fett Is A Failure That Hold Warnings and Lessons For Future Star Wars Projects
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    Booktok is definitely a major trend, and is still going strong. I don’t think it’s a matter of the trend being toxic with people saying ‘don’t read this’ or ‘don’t read that’, its more about what appeals to a reader’s personal tastes. There may be some so called ‘toxic’ accounts somewhere, but I haven’t come across one yet, and I appreciate all the book suggestions that these booktockers give!

    BookTok Influencers and Their Impact on the Publishing Industry
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    It’s so important to address mental illness, no matter whether it is in an indie game or mainstream game. This article is very well written, and makes a very strong agrument.

    Is Mental Illness an Over-Explored topic in Indie Games?