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Amputation in fiction: Captain Hook

Peter Pan is a great… I guess we can call it franchise. It’s vivid, interesting and appealing to both children and adults. Much like modern Shrek. Shrek, by the way, has a cameo of the play villain, Captain Hook, in second installment of the series.

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Trauma

Amputation in video games: Heavy Rain

Heavy Rain is not a game. It’s an experience.

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Trauma

Can you cut and eat your own hands and other limbs to survive?

I came across Smosh by occasion only a few weeks ago. This comic duo is quite fresh and stand out against many amateur Youtube videos. Among the vast variety of Smosh video plots, one is particularly interesting.

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Regeneration

Sensory Substitution: The Bodyguard (1992)

All the news networks seem to get the most of dead famous people. Maybe I should also parasite on the death of Whitney Houston?

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Trauma

Amputation in video games: Dead Space Extraction

Dead Space is a video game, entirely dedicated to cutting off limbs.
This is one the best game series in recent years.

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Trauma

Amputation in movies: The Four Rooms (1995)

Quentin Tarantino is one of my favourite directors.
He uses so much all-american imagery in his movies and twists it in his very own, unmistakable fashion. Zippo, an American icon, is a full-time actor in most Tarantino films, with The Four Rooms being the zenith of the lighter’s stardom.

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Trauma

Celebrities with extra fingers: Norma Jean Dougherty

Some people don’t miss fingers, they got extra ones.
Marilyn Monroe Upskirt
Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962), idol.

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Trauma

Losing fingers in fiction: Berkem Al Atomi “The Marauder”

One of the books I’ve read in the hospital trying to drift away from concerns about loosing a finger, was Berkel Al Atomi’S “The Marauder”.

This is an awesome post-apocalyptic story.