michigan university luna arts, school of art and design, micah chudwin, luna arts, i love a good mystery and this year’s lineup at the british muse is a hoot. there are three main investigators this time around: michael runciman, zbigniew Brzezinski and jon stevens. each of them have their own reasons for being there but it becomes something of a team effort when you’re working with three fantastic writers. you can’t help but feel like you’re part of some game-changer as you race through an episode of The Borgias (my favorite Borgia story so far) or Bond (so popular that I had to read more about M was created by Brit Hume).
What is a mystery?
A mystery is a story about a person or series of people who solve a case or work together to solve an issue. For example, the title character, Molly Weasley, solves the mystery of her stepfather’s death by working with her cousin, George Weasley. In some mysteries, the protagonists are members of an organization doing a particular act of evil, and in other cases, the individuals solving the case are themselves engaged in some form of nefarious activity.
Theories and concepts
The theories behind the characters: – The idea that the two founders of the M.E.D. – The M.E.D. is the brainchild of L. Sprang and W.H. Patterson – The M.E.D. evolved from The Mind of Mr. X – The M.E.D. was created to explain human behaviour – The M.E.D. is one of several parallel universes that science has created – Participants in the M.E.D. are immune to the killing effects of magic – The M.E.D. has codes of ethics that govern its members – The M.E.D. has 72 letters
What it’s like working with three of the best writers
Working with three of the best writers in the business, especially during your early 20s, is a great way to build a career. It is also a time to experiment, to push yourself outside the norm, and to discover what works and what doesn’t for you. At the end of the day, you are still the same person you were when you were in your 20s: smart, confident, and ready to start a new chapter in life.
The production design of this episode
Production design is the art of adapting a script to the lights, sound, and visual effects of a television show. For this season, the showrunners took the format to a new level: they created a fully realized and realized world. They took the show to a new level of fantasy, with both the setting and the characters, and they created a world that has a well-deserved reputation for being extremely wild and different.
Your huckleberry edition of The Borgias
Last year’s borgias, orBFGS, were ugly, cheeseburgers with spiders and wasp webs. This season’s borgias are cobweb-like, with oversized spiders and little spiders crawling across the ceiling. The biggest difference, though, is that the borgias have been transformed into fantastical, colorful, and fun landlases. The landlases don’t actually buy or sell anything, they just serve as advertising for the brothels and restaurants that the cast and crew of borgias have visited over the years. There are plenty of happy moments, including the return of Lucius and Lucius Malfoy, who you might recognize from the Harry Potter movies, and the return of his childhood friend, Quirrell. The borgias are also a great showcase for Felix Felicis, the makeup artist who created the look of the frogs and other characters from the show.
Bond: the book that never was.
After 20 episodes and counting, it’s official: the novelties from #20 are the best things about #21. The titles, the author, and the way the series concludes are all the most memorable in this season. You’ll also recognize several familiar faces from earlier in the book: Severus Snape, Albus Dumbledore, and Luna Lovegood. The hobnobbing with the other magical users is another highlight of the action, as are the two final episodes, which feature the Master of Magic and his pet weretail.
The borgias were a hit in their time, and they’ll be a hit again when they return. Master of Magic is a classic, and the second half of the season proves that the books are more than just a story collection. The year is young, and new shows are coming our way, so grab a book and get ready to explore a world with unexpected characters, wild plots, and endless entertainment.