I agree that the second season was better than the first and I like the way the third season is going so far. I know what you mean about cliches but somehow I don't mind. I'm willing to forgive a lot for authentic look and feel of the Victorian period, which I love. I like the way the characters talk, often like the dialogue in nineteenth century novels. "Nor I, sir!" My favourite thread at the moment is the Dorian Grey-Ms. Frankenstein Monster relationship and where that is going. I like the way she turned from innocent victim to awful monster last season. So unexpected. The male monster doesn't appeal to me so much, too maudlin and weepy. You're dead already, get over it.
LMAO! But now I'm getting into "John Claire's" history, I agree until now he was too whiny. I was disappointed that Ethan fell for witchy woman so easily, he knows she's out for Vanessa, but I guess that when you turn into a hairy, homocidal monster every time you have your monthlies, you settle for any mate that can survive you. Also I thought we went through Dracula in the first season, so why are we dealing with Dracula now? I agree the dialogue is spiffy, I always love it when Sir Malcom or Vanessa talk.
Do you find the sex scenes to be hot? Ethan and witchy did nothing for me, ditto the ménage a trios with Dorian Gray, but blood is not a turn on for me. Vanessa sex is usually smoking, and her attempted seduction of John Claire in the hospital was pretty steamy for me. Eva Green is a damned good actress!
( @ )( @ ) The official salute from women in the great, nudist nation of Secor. I'm naked and very excited to be here.
The Supercalifragalisticexpealadocious Award
"This award was custom made for a special person. Its gleam reflects the endearment of the people that she leads. Awarded to the IRON Maiden, Sister Midnight."
[center]~~A partner in Blade's crimes~~
[center]Nukes taken for IRON since restarting on 6/10/2016: I stopped counting after 69.
Sister Midnight has been Baptized in Fire and Blood and emerged as IRON!
The people of Antropomorphica join their leaders in welcoming the discovery of this previously unknown colony of Secor in the wilds of South America. They organised an airdrop of money and soldiers to protect this fledgling state as it undergoes construction (I mean... 1k infra at day 1 guys... come on!).
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from our leaders to yours.