Greetings again all you geeks out there swooning for another woman warrior, today I bring you another girl that could easily be an Amazonian warrior. I apologize ahead of time to Arthur for bringing up a film that horrifies him, but the daughter of the Omaticaya’s clan leader is too strong a force amongst women for me not to give her a share of the spotlight this month. Neytiri was in some ways born in to power, but she never lets that get in the way of becoming the best warrior, teacher, friend, and lover of life that she can. She is definitely not a spoiled princess.
Welcome back my loyal subjects to another installment of the most popular new column that the internet has the pleasure of having inside of it. I , of course, am your favorite necromancer with an army of tiny dancers, Arthur Harkness. You’ll notice that it is Wednesday, and normally you would be staring at a Horrors post, but I am saving that for next week as it is a jumbo sized Halloween issue. So for this week, I decided to dive into literally one of my most hated movies of all time, and see what would have happened if I had intervened, even just a little bit. Ladies and gentlemen, ugh, I present to you Avatar, or as I like to call it, the movie about the rapes that no one seems to see.