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The Case of the Outwitted Detective, Chapter IIThe Case of the Outwitted Detective, Chapter II by *tranimation-art
THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE: THE CASE OF THE OUTWITTED DETECTIVEChapter II: "The Visitor"SPECIAL COLLECTOR'S EDITION
Dramatised by Diane N. Tran
But there, unexpectedly, as I turned the knob to answer, stood the unfortunate sight of a middle-aged valet. Shivering from head to toe, his fluffy side-whiskers dribbled against his ruddy cheeks, his trousers clung to his knobby knees, his ill-fitted overcoat splattered in wet stains, his collar pulled up high, and his breath was irregular, as he held a small piece of paper in his gloved hand.
Basil's eager grin fled to an annoyed grimace at the sight of the ribston-pippin of a mouse, but ran his w
NOES: Innocent Demon VIINOES: Innocent Demon VII by *tranimation-art
NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET: INNOCENT DEMONChapter VII: "Madonna and Child" REVISED EDITION
Written by Abri Isgrig and Diane N. Tran
Refreshed and, above all, satisfied, the gardener relaxed back on the inclined mattress of his hospital bed, his eyes half-lidded, his breathing leisurely and content, and allowed his body to surrender to the gratification, albeit self-gratification, that washed over him. It had been a long, long while. But his peace did not last long, as he jerked awake at the sound of a knock at the door. Quickly tossing two balled up tissues into the wastebasket beside his bed, he covered up with the blankets.
See no evil, thi
Review: Rebel Without a Cause (1955)Review: Rebel Without a Cause (1955) by *tranimation-art
REVIEW: "REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE" (1955)Written by Diane N. Tran
For those whom never seen REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE (1955), starring James Dean and Natalie Wood, I highly recommend it to everyone and anyone, because everyone and anyone has been through exactly this, or will go through exactly this: Essentially, on the surface, it is the story of a rebellious teenager who arrives at a new high school, meets a girl, disobeys his parents, defies the local school bullies, and is, all the while, trying to figure out his way on how to be an adult. This may seem "quaint" today, but understand this was the first film of its kind. This was a groundbreaki
MM: Milton Mamet, Agent of SHIELDMM: Milton Mamet, Agent of SHIELD by *tranimation-art
MADCAP MUSINGS: "MILTON MAMET, AGENT OF SHIELD"Written by Diane N. Tran
Life seems to be made of awkward moments and awkward moments seem to define my life (and to follow them, please note the images above): There's that awkward, if amusing, moment when you're searching for images of Dallas Roberts (Milton from Walking Dead) and you stumble upon him resembling a SHIELD agent, dressed in a dashing business suit and a bluetooth. Being the longtime comic book reader and 1960s spy-fi TV junkie that you are, your brain, the crazy and imaginative thing that it is, is suddenly bombarded with a montage of the spy-fi adventures of MILTON MAMET, AGE
REPO: Et In Arcaerdia Ego, Chapter IIREPO: Et In Arcaerdia Ego, Chapter II by *tranimation-art
REPO! THE GENETIC OPERA: ET IN ARCÆDIA EGOChapter II: "Ecce Arcædia" Written by Abri Isgrig and Diane N. Tran
City of the Dead.
Never has there been a place so aptly named.
There was an idea of the City once — a glittering, beautiful, shining thing with hopes and dreams — but it was not meant to be. The Wars had changed that and left its imprint everywhere: The Plague devoured half the population. The oceans rose and swallowed much of the world. Land became a precious commodity. It was a City of Nightmares, of glass and steel that blossomed towards the perpetual darkness aloft and the noxious pollution abound
Walking Dead: Where I BelongWalking Dead: Where I Belong by *tranimation-art
THE WALKING DEAD: WHERE I BELONGWritten by Diane N. Tran
To my friend and fellow Mildrea shippers, for we are few but proud.
I stayed because of Woodbury. I stayed because I belong here. I stayed to survive, because I know I would die out there: But, now, she is out there, because out there, with them, is where she belongs. I know she is capable. I know she is brave. I know she will survive. But I know, just know, he'll go after her and he'll be out there, too. I hope I can convince him otherwise. I hope, beyond hope, I can convince him to let her go, just as I let her go. And yet what would be considered nothing more than the swee
The Case of the Outwitted Detective, Chapter IThe Case of the Outwitted Detective, Chapter I by *tranimation-art
THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE: THE CASE OF THE OUTWITTED DETECTIVEChapter I: "The Call"SPECIAL COLLECTOR'S EDITION
Dramatised by Diane N. Tran
To the "old" Basilian crowd, you know who you are, I remember you still and think of you still and love you all the more that you still remember me, too.
To Sherringford Basil, she was always the Woman. Before then, her public entitlements were many and varied — the Primadonna Teatru Wielki, la Seconda Donna della Scala, la Reine du Palais Garnier, la Princess of the Renaissance, the Actress, the Adventuress, the Professional Beauty, the Woman in the Little Black Dress, the Jersey Lily, the New Hel
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MLP: Eyes and Hourglasses, Chapter IIMLP: Eyes and Hourglasses, Chapter II by *tranimation-art
MY LITTLE PONY: EYES AND HOURGLASSESChapter II: "The Welcome Wagon Comes to Town" Written by Diane N. Tran
For the first time in her mail-mare career, the pegasus named Derpy Hooves was late in a delivery. That delivery consisted of one single, solitary letter to be dropped off at the very last residence of her rounds, Ponyville's Old Clock Tower. When she arrived at the building, she was, of course, as punctual as ever, but the mail-box was still missing from the lawn and she didn't have the courage to knock on the door again.
Dressed in her saddlebags, pacing back and forth, she was at a loss of what to do at the moment, so she paced s
Reflections at Thirty-Years-Young, Part IVREFLECTIONS AT THIRTY-YEARS-YOUNG Part IV Written by Diane N. TranReflections at Thirty-Years-Young, Part IV by *tranimation-art
Never compare yourself to others, it leads to vanity and bitterness for there are always those whom are greater and lesser than yourself. Appreciate yourself as you are, no matter how humble you think you may be or how others may perceive you to be.
It takes years to build up trust and only seconds to destroy it. But don't judge people on who they used to be. Allow them to be who they are. See them how they are now, not how they were back then.
Decide whether you're willing to say no when you don't want to do something. Decide whether you're willing to say yes when you
14 Days of Unromantic Films, Part II14 Days of Unromantic Films, Part II by *tranimation-art
14 DAYS OF UNROMANTIC FILMSPART II: "Obsession, Delusion, and Limerence" Written by Diane N. Tran
Here's the other half of the "unromantic" film list.
08 - DANGEROUS LIASIONS (1988)Centred in the French 18th-century ancien régime, before the Revolution, where moral decadence of the privileged classes rivaled that of Sodom and Gomorrah and Ancient Rome, satirizing human sexuality as well as subtly examining sexual hypocrisy and desire, a kind of oh-so sophisticated laugh at bourgeois morality that would have delighted Voltaire and Molière and greatly amused Shakespeare, this cynical tale is that pins two bored, aristocratic schemers ag
14 Days of Unromantic Films, Part I14 Days of Unromantic Films, Part I by *tranimation-art
14 DAYS OF UNROMANTIC FILMSPART I: "Cruelty in Black and White (and Technicolour)" Written by Diane N. Tran
Let me tell you a little story: In Rome, a few centuries ago, there was a priest and a ruler. The ruler didn't like the fact that nobody was enlisting in the army because they were all happy in love and married, so he got rid of marriage. The priest, upset by this, performed "illegal" weddings. When the priest was found out, he was stoned and beaten with clubs. However, that didn't quite kill him, so they lopped off his head and stuck it on a pike in the city square. And that's why we celebrate St. Valentine's Day...
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The Landlady and the PoetThe Landlady and the Poet
THE GREAT MOUSE DETECTIVE: THE LANDLADY AND THE POETSPECIAL COLLECTOR'S EDITION
Written by Diane N. Tran
To the attentive yet long-suffering landladies of Baker Street, you are not forgotten in my books.
It was a bitterly frozen December evening, and the snow from the many days still collected deep upon the ground, shimmering brightly in the winter moon. Down the centre of Baker Street, it had been ploughed into brown crumbly bands by traffic; but at either side and on the heaped-up edges of the footpaths, it still lay as white as when it fell. The grey pavement had been cleaned and scraped, but was still dangerously slippery, so there wer
Actor (and crush and professional liferuiner) Tom Hiddleston!
I am a gentlewoman and a scholar: I am an artist, animator, writer, reviewer, collector, philosopher, prattler, prancer, lecturer, and a loon: I am a polymath forced to live in an age full of specialists. Ultimately, I am just me...