I'm bored and home alone atm so. I thought it'd be fun to go through the "Possibly Deceased" category and list what I think happened to each of the characters in them. While I'll go alphabetically for the most part, I do have some category divisions for characters who are all in a group. Please share your opinions and thoughts in the comments!
- Mr. Bellerophon - almost definitely deceased. While most of the children of Stain'd-by-the-Sea were abandoned, Snicket seems certain that Pip and Squeak's father is "gone forever." Also considering their first cover story was that he was sick, it's likely that he died of illness, and Pip and Squeak don't want to admit to being orphans. Considering how the Snicketverse foster system works, I don't bla…
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One of my favorite pasttimes is making playlists for stories and characters I love. I thought it might be fun to share what I have for some of the characters/books, and see what you all think!
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Two different sites, to my knowledge, have reported on the probability of a Netflix adaptation of All the Wrong Questions.
- What's on Netflix - 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' Prequel Series Reportedly in Development at Netflix
- Cheatsheet - Netflix's 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' is Reportedly Getting a Prequel'
- New on Netflix - Lemony Snicket Books "All The Wrong Questions" In the Works at Netflix
Some discussion questions for the comment section:
- What are some things you would look forward to in an ATWQ adaptation?
- What things do you think are likely to change from the books to TV?
- What are your fears for this adaptation?
- Who would you think would be great as cast or crew?
- I want to be able to make gifs of my favorite characters- El…
I'm bored and apparently blog posts are a thing you can do on Wikias so I thought I'd make a post about characters that could potentially be queer/lgbtq+ (whichever term you prefer); as a queer fan of the series, it's an interest of mine to see how many characters may also be canonically non-cishet. Daniel Handler has put queer characters in his other, adult novels, so it's not as if lgbtq+ characters are out of the question.
The presentation of the Henchperson is very enbyphobic/transphobic in the books; however, Daniel Handler thankfully realized this and changed the Henchperson's character in the Netflix series, making them much more likable and their androgyny non-monstrous. They are referred to as nonbinary in The Incomplete History.
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