Look below the poem for a review of Starshine Road by Greg Gilbert, a professor and teacher in the desert. If being a poet is a calling, it follows that the appreciation of great poetry can be as well. It is in that spirit that L.
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At times the poetry is as familiar as a starlit night, but there are instances when the reader must look up from the page and savor the ineffable. Her work represents the emerging voice of a gifted poet who has received far too many accolades to recount here. Skip to content Lauren Henley has been published in previous editions of Badlands.
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Tell me how could I have known? Like many big-budget projects these days, Into the Badlands was unabashedly created to appeal to the East as much as it does to the West.
One of our goals was to be able to make it work for a broader audience. The show, with its intricate mythology, memorable costumes, and specialized vocabulary, seems tailor-made for the Game of Thrones and Walking Dead —loving Comic-Con crowd.
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Wu plays Sunny, the best Clipper a. AMC is banking on that coat and the fluid way Wu fights in it to draw audiences in.
The show kicks off with an impressive live-action martial-arts fight the likes of which have never been seen on American TV. Once again, Into the Badlands show-runners Alfred Gough and Miles Millar owe Wu some thanks for the action scenes looking as slick as they do. And though the series is occasionally weighed down by exposition-heavy world-building, every single fight scene soars.
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When the martial-arts genre first hit big with U. Fast forward 40 years later and Asian men as heroic and romantic leads are still few and far between on U. Someone get them Season 1 of Selfie. Enter Wu, who gets to do a fair share of kissing as well as punching and kicking on Into the Badlands.
That is going to make an impact. Or, at least, it might make an impact.