By Ian Wilson Word Count: 1028 Rating: G Summary: Martial Artist Ian Wilson dissects the use of martial arts in Marvel's Netflix series. So I just earned black belt in Shorin Ryu Karate. I am by no means a martial arts expert. A black belt simply means that I have mastered the basics to the... Continue Reading →
By Rachel Atterholt Word Count: 2158 Rating: PG Summary: Will and Elizabeth Turner are only allowed to meet every ten years. Can their love survive? What is it like to love someone? To give something away that you’ve hidden deep inside you so it wouldn't be broken again? Is loving someone like taking a leap... Continue Reading →
THE VOODOO DOLL (TAKE TWO): A PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN FAN-FICTION STORY By WriterFromWardrobe Word count: 1531 Rating: PG Summary: Henry and Carina's first child is expected any day. In my earlier fanfic, The Voodoo Doll, I explained how Carina could have been Jack and Angelica's daughter. Having now seen PotC: DMTNT, however, I learned... Continue Reading →
By WriterfromWardrobe Word Count: 1311 Rating: PG Summary: What if Carina (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) was Jack Sparrow and Angelica's daughter? Written prior to Dead Men Tell No Tales being released to theaters, I heard this theory that Carina Smyth could be Jack Sparrow's daughter, so these were my reasons... Continue Reading →
By Ian Wilson Word Count: 757 Rating: PG Summary: Ian Wilson summarizes some facts about real-life pirates. So I just recently watched Pirates of the Caribbean: The Black Pearl for the first time. Yes, I know, where have I been? Well, that’s a very long story, one which I don’t have time for. It got... Continue Reading →
By: WriterFromWardrobe Word Count: 1246 Rating: PG Summary: An elderly Elizabeth Swann-Turner has one last task to do. All rights belong to their respective owners. I do not own Pirates of the Caribbean. This story disregards Dead Men Tell No Tales because I wrote the story prior to the movie coming out. At this time, Wikipedia... Continue Reading →
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