Fictional Families are everywhere, Nuchtchas, Tek, Tee Morris, & Pip Ballantine talk about their favorites and The Curse of the Silver Pharaoh. From the Adams Family to the Jetsons to the crew of Firefly or Moya, families are what make fiction compelling. Families bring you back for more. You may cry over the ending of the Wonder Years because you are reminded too much of your own family, or run from Malcolm in the Middle because it is all too familiar. In space, in our world, the wizarding world, or protecting America, families keep us hooked into these characters and warm our hearts. Even if it’s vampires fighting over the bloody dishes, we can’t help but relate. What is your favorite fictional family? Tell us in the comments or send in feedback.
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In which I ramble about moving, the new house, the different shows I’m watching while I don’t have TV. Plus everything else that I have geeked out about this month. I totally forgot to talk about seeing X-Men: First Class, Captain America and Harry Potter 7 Part II, blah. Sorry about that, oh well. The Reader’s Digest version is, Loved X-Men, should have been the first X-Men movie, Loved Captain America, nothing like rooting for the good guy, I think what made both of these films work so well is because they are period pieces and that just makes the comic book setting more believable and enjoyable. Harry Potter, it was a nice end to a decade of fandom.