Liszt gets the Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab treatment and ScottC is there to talk you through it.
“NROL-39 is represented by the octopus, a versatile, adaptable, and highly intelligent creature. Emblematically, enemies of the United States can be reached no matter where they choose to hide,” says Karen Furgerson, a spokesperson for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO).
“‘Nothing is beyond our reach’ defines this mission and the value it brings to our nation and the warfighters it supports, who serve valiently all over the globe, protecting our nation.”
in space no one can hear you laugh manically
Okay, but this doesn’t explain why a Giant Octopus is Humping The Earth.
It’s Wayhomer Review #167 for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, in which our protagonist enjoys a bit of good old fashioned evil, tries to figure out what exactly is missing and why the fire didn’t catch a lot faster.
It’s Wayhomer Review #166 for Kill Your Darlings, in which our protagonist marvels at how non-Harry Daniel Radcliffe can be, how full-on Burroughs Ben Foster can be, and wonders if the sub-genre would be considered “beat noir”?