Things I Like: Veronica Liones (Seven Deadly Sins)

Veronica Liones was a decent minor character but definitely the most forgettable princess from the Kingdom of Liones. She somehow didn’t get kidnapped by Hendrickson but ended up being tricked into thinking The Seven Deadly Sins were bad and Elizabeth was brainwashed. She definitely wasn’t the smartest. Which causes her to fight with Elizabeth. ButContinue reading “Things I Like: Veronica Liones (Seven Deadly Sins)”

Things I Like: Margaret Liones (Seven Deadly Sins)

The eldest daughter of King Bartra, she was a decent minor character. She’s also the adoptive sister of Elizabeth. She never had any special abilities, but her and Gilthunder were in love at a young age. When evil Holy Knights take over the kingdom, the witch Vivian (who secretly loved Gilthunder too) had fun cursingContinue reading “Things I Like: Margaret Liones (Seven Deadly Sins)”

Things I Like: King Bartra Liones (Seven Deadly Sins)

We don’t see much of King Bartra at the start of the show as he’s held hostage by his own holy knights. Once The Seven Deadly Sins free him, we see more of him. He’s the adoptive father of Elizabeth. He never did much against the Demon race but he was always supportive. He doesContinue reading “Things I Like: King Bartra Liones (Seven Deadly Sins)”

Things I Like: Frosty the Snowman (1969 TV Special)

Next to Rudolph, this was my favorite Christmas classic. I love every scene of this special. Seeing Frosty come to life was awesome. Didn’t give a good impression for train stations. There’s no snowman discount? Geez… That magician guy was terrible though. I’ve always hated him. Santa gets stuff done. Like Rudolph, I have toContinue reading “Things I Like: Frosty the Snowman (1969 TV Special)”

Things I Like: Rudolph The Red-Nose Reindeer (1964 TV Special)

This is one of my favorite parts of my childhood. Christmas wouldn’t be complete unless we saw this at least once. Once Sam the Snowman started narrating, you sat down and listened. At least the plot of the story involves forgiveness and acceptance. Too bad a lot kids never took that philosophy with them toContinue reading “Things I Like: Rudolph The Red-Nose Reindeer (1964 TV Special)”