March in Pop Culture History

Observances: National Nutrition Month Women’s History Month Reading Awareness Month National Celery Month Youth Art Month National Frozen Food Month Global Money Week (Second Week) World Book Day (First Thursday) Employee Appreciation Day (First Friday) No Smoking Day (Second Wednesday) International Astrology Day (March Equinox) Earth Hour (Last Saturday) National Pig Day (March 1) Self-Injury…

Live Blog Feed from Edmonton Expo: Day Two

Good morning! And welcome back to the Green Onion Blog. It is day two of my live feed directly from Edmonton Comics and Entertainment Expo. If you are a fan of comics, cons, or pop culture this is the post for you. A live blog feed works like this: During the day I will be…

Live Blog Feed from Edmonton Expo: Day One

Greetings all of my friends, followers, and geeks of all pop cultures! This weekend I have a special treat for you, as the Green Onion Blog goes live! For the next two days I will be taking in all there is at the Edmonton Comics and Entertainment Expo! So, if you like… stuff. Y’know, like…

Analyzing Character Archetypes: The Seductress

Love her, or hate her, the seductress is an effective character across all media.  Society has given this femme fatale a bad reputation.  Her open sexuality, and using her image for manipulative means have put a black mark on her character.  Modern society keeps telling her it is not okay to flaunt her sensuality, and…

Analyzing Character Archetypes: The Recluse

Starting this new series on analyzing character archetypes, I thought beginning with a character that is near and dear to all of us booknerds would be a good kick off.  The recluse is a character that us, reading worms, have an easy time resonating with.  An unexplainable need to be alone, a deep connection with the…