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Shared from The Muse
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In 2002, I went to the movies with my mom to see Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones—a choice that, to this day, makes little sense to me. As a family, we had never been into Star Wars, and in fact, I had never seen any other movie in the series before. But I was about 11 years old, and I loved it—mainly

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Because the stories in Marvel’s Netflix series were always far more grounded than their big screen counterparts, many characters were drastically reimagined in order to fit organically into the MCU’s heightened, yet still realistic New York City. Despite Patsy Walker’s heroic origins in Marvel’s comics being

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6/24/19
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Giz Asks
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Giz Asks
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Imagine a world where you can only move forwards and backwards along a line. You’d see nothing but single points in front of you, and nothing but single points behind you—a one-dimensional world. Now expand this to a second dimension—you can move forwards and backwards, and also left and right, experiencing the world

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