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The Week in Links 2/22/20: Animal Crossing, The Batman, World of Horror

Welcome to the Week in Links, a roundup of the latest articles for fantasy, sci-fi and horror readers and writers.

Nintendo had a lot of Animal Crossing: New Horizons announcements. At one point, my feed was nothing but new about that game.

That series is one of my favorites. Although, the game does shame you into playing it. If you’re away from the game for several days, you’ll come back to roaches in your house and the characters will constantly remind you how long you’ve been away. But, the sims game also celebrates holidays. Opening it on New Years’ Day to fireworks made me smile.
How to describe Animal Crossing? It’s life, sort of. You pay a mortgage, furnish your house, collect food, sell things to earn money, visit your friends and family. The game’s already available for pre-order. I cannot wait to play Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

It’s almost time for a new Castlevania season on Netflix. It’s next month. I’m hoping we get a Castlevania game on the Switch. They had on for the 3DS and Gameboy Advanced.


It’s “Bloody Chaos” in the Trailer for Castlevania Season 3
My Hero Academia Movie Sequel Surpasses Original In Japanese Box OfficeMy Hero Academia Movie Sequel Releases Trailer In EnglishBadass Librarians Fight for Our Future in 2020World of Horror is a creepy, retro, and completely hypnotic horror game 

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Hands-on With Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ Charming First 30 Minutes
Doom Eternal And Animal Crossing Fans Have Become Supportive Friends
Animal Crossing: New Horizons New Characters Revealed, Old Ones Confirmed
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Lets You Terraform Your Island
Animal Crossing ‘froggy chair’ fever captures everything that’s great about fandomAnimal Crossing: New Horizons Will Have Free Updates For Holidays, Events
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Includes (At Least) 383 Villagers


New Coral Color for Nintendo Switch Lite Announced
Ben Affleck Opens Up On Why He Quit The Batman
Batman writer teases pregnant Catwoman
We Have First Set Pics From The Batman and the Internet Has … Thoughts
New Leaked Photos of Robert Pattinson’s Batman Suit
Disney’s New Mulan Gets A Rating No Other Recent Reboot Did
Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr. Deepfaked into BACK TO THE FUTURE
Tiger’s retro LCD handheld games are making a comeback
What’s New To Amazon Prime Video In March 2020: Movies, TV Shows, And Originals
New To Netflix In March 2020: Castlevania, Ozarks, More Movies, TV Shows, And Originals
The SpongeBob Prequel Gets A Premiere Date
Fortnite Season 2 Is All About Spies, Hideouts, And Deadpool
Tom Holland Wants to Start an AVENGERS D&D Group
Pokémon Anime Accused Of Whitewashing
How DOOM 64 Influenced DOOM Eternal

Writing and Book Marketing

How to find great Instagram accounts to follow
Twitter now makes it easier to add new tweets to old threads
The Complete Guide to Creating a Writing Portfolio: Everything to Know
#5onFri: Five Ways Famous Writers Coped With Failure
Building Worlds That Captivate Readers
Ten Ways to Handle Bad Book Reviews
8 Best Grammar Checkers (2020): Grammarly, Ginger, & More

Photography and Design

In honor of Photoshop’s 30th birthday, watch this video of Photoshop version 1
7 Tips for Using a Tripod in Landscape and Travel Photography 
TikTok for Photographers: Tips for Getting a Head Start
6 Tips for Photographing Amazing Light Trails at Blue Hour
5 Tips for Using Color to Improve Your Photography

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  1. The sheer level of irritation I feel about Grammarly ads is enough to never use the service.

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