A very well-written guide outlining the fascinating theories
of French philosopher Jaques Derrida. Trying to understand Deconstructionalism
can really mess with your head, but
this page uses plenty of analogies to explain just what Derrida
talks about. It focuses on his essay Structure, Sign
and Play, and is definitely worth reading more than once.
An online library of myths, legends and folklore from around
the world. Features legendary animals, mythical places, supernatural
creatures and gods and goddesses from various religions. Extremely
Encyclopedia of Arda
The most comprehensive Lord of the Rings and JRR Tolkien
related website on the Internet. Even die-hard fans will be
surprised at what they didn't know.
An unbelievably massive site that takes its name from Superman's
headquarters on the North Pole, it is by far the biggest and
best site dedicated to the classic Superman you will ever find.
It features comics, videos, a Superman encyclopedia and much,
Has over 300 classic books that you can read online. Featured
authors include Arthur Conan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling, Oscar Wilde,
Lewis Carroll, George Bernard Shaw, Edgar Rice Burroughs, George
Orwell and many more. Also has a collection of over 1,000 poems
and short stories.
Of The Universe
The official site for the various cartoons that have been part
of the He-Man universe. Has sections devoted to toys, cartoons,
books, games and lots more.
I own some of this stuff, and they are definitely the coolest
action figures in the history of the Earth. Known for their
incredible realism, McFarlane toys cover everything from classic
horror monsters to rock and roll legends.
This bunch of British loonies revolutionised comedy with their
surreal sketches in the sixties. The official website of Monty
Python, Pythonline is full of enough interactive sections,
trivia, and in-jokes to satisfy the most die-hard bicycle repairman.
A guide to writing systems throughout the world, Omniglot is
divided into sections that cover Alphabetic, Syllabic, Logographic
and Alternative writing systems, as well as scripts yet undeciphered;
all put together very systematically. Pay this site a visit
if you're a language buff.
The official fanclub for the TV show Robin of Sherwood,
made in England in the early '80s and shown here a few years
later, on Star Plus (remember when Star Plus was English?)
Church of the SubGenius
Official website, maintained by the SubGenius Foundation, Inc.
in the name of J.R. "Bob" Dobbs, High Epot and Living
Mutant Ninja Turtles
Everything about the TMNT, from the original comic books to
the famous cartoon show; from the lesser-known live-action series
to their brand new avatar. Lots of downloadable goodies.