Ahh, Joe Mango Jello. I met him at a signing for the DnD artbook, along with a bunch of other DnD people including Gary Gygax’s son. Pretty awesome.
Heresy. The Emperor is benevolent.
Yeah, I know, I’m just saying it’ll all make sense in context when the show gets going. There’s no need to understand the whole thing ahead of time.
I’m not sure if there’s a direct analogue for dark elves/drow, but WH40k is morally grey everywhere (except for Chaos, which is explicitly evil), so the Eldar could fill the role of “evil elves,” too.
If we’re talking about WH40k as a setting for narratives, then “the rest” is not necessary to understand any more than it is necessary to understand Gondorian history to enjoy Lord of the Rings.
Just think of it as gothic epic fantasy in space, with guns instead of/in addition to swords.
Problem with Warhammer 40K is that they keep putting the words “Warhammer 40K” on it.
Watch it. If you call out Jalopnik on their Tesla bias one time too often, you may be banished into the greys. Speaking from personal experience.
Yeah, but making the camera bigger goes against the traditional tech PR narrative of compactness = better.
Yeah, you are the one backpedalling, beacuse you know that it’s your mistake for not realizing that *GASP* cropped sensor cameras have different technical limitations than full frame cameras. Normal people can extrapolate from context.
As a result, first, no mention was made of the sensor size being a requirement
They also serve as the car’s mechanics.
Makes a compelling case to put the tire on correctly since your likely to get suspended/fired from the team if you mess it up.
First, Panasonic’s S1/S1R don’t have fully articulating screens of the type you want, and everything else they make is Micro 4/3.
They can’t use a flip out screen because a flip out screen requires the hinges to be placed on the same side of the body as the audio jack, multimedia/charging port, etc., and because the A7 series’ body is already so thin, there’s not really enough space for it.
Sanderson’s signature is planning a story over the long haul so that a lot of small details about the worldbuilding that have been accumulating over the course of the entire book/series come together and pay off in one big climax/plot twist. It’s sort of like trying and failing to put together a 1000-piece jigsaw…
Slight correction: ADWD came out after the series premiered.
Nah, Sanderson already did one mega-saga. Patrick Rothfuss is gonna finish these books. He even sorta looks like a younger GRRM.
I think less pressure is better.
The suit is fine, though I’d rather see it in movement before judging.