In reading Unsolicited Justice, you get that 90's vibe. The hero of the story, the "Port City Protector" known as Alderman, is a self appointed judge, jury, and executioner to criminals who evade punishment. He brings these criminals to the justice they think they have escaped.
The story flows well and lends itself to your imagination as you learn about the world of Faerie with Trish. While the character and story development was in point for the most part, the characters of Clay and Dan felt... Thin. He seemed as if he was there to be the one that held the readers views but you did not grow a real attachment to him till near the end.
Welcome to week 3 of our "I heart Japanese Monsters Month!" If you'd like to check out all of our I Heart Japanese Monsters articles/devotionals, click the "I heart Japanese Monster Month logo below. This week's devotional is based on Gamera: Guardian of the Universe. Gamera is a very popular Kaiju series that has, at … Continue reading What’s the Point of Suffering with Christ? – Gamera Devotion | I Heart Japanese Monsters Month
I want to encourage you in this; you may have a plan, and you may have the ability to execute that plan, but don’t let doubt and anxiety stop you from moving forward. Put your plans and trust in the hands of God. Trust in His grace and let Him work it out.
Week two of our "I heart Japanese Monsters Month!" This week Celeste is taking look at episode 33 of 1967's Ultraman, "The Forbidden Phrase." In this episode Celeste saw a young man go through an interesting trial that developed some amazing Character. But why is character important? Check out this episode and find out!
It's officially the start of I Heart Japanese Monsters Month! This month Dallas takes a look at 1961's Mothra! In this devotional Dallas takes explores the themes of the film as a launch pad to talk about the Justice of God.
This week Celeste looks at the classic anime Sailor Moon and talks about Spiritual Maturity! How did the Pretty Princess Warrior, Usagi inspire Celeste? Find out!