Psychoanalyze Qubirī

I am Analyze, the psychology student and more serious of the two writers. If you click on my beautiful mask you can find all of the various articles I've written organized in an ever-so-neat way. I release an article every other Tuesday, so you lovely people should be sure to follow Analytical Madness on Twitter to make sure you don't miss a single drop of the sauce of my wisdom. My articles are primarily aimed at making you think about the complexity of the various things that I talk about, though with a sprinkling of sarcasm and dry wit. If you're a fan of in-depth analysis of themes and symbolism, psychological analyses of characters, deconstruction and speculation on lore, rewritten scenes and a good dose of criticism then you've come to the right place. If however you're looking for something a little more accessible and light-hearted (or light-headed); you may want to try my more pedestrian counterpart Maddy.

Most commented posts

  1. Missing the Light at the End of the Tunnel – Why The Originals’ Ending Doesn’t Work — 5 comments
  2. Gods Do Not Fall Gracefully – Predicting Solas’ Grand Plan — 2 comments
  3. Come At Me Bro – Why I Hate Lyanna Mormont — 1 comment
  4. From Gold to Black – Is the Black City Arlathan? — 1 comment
  5. A Short Hiatus — 1 comment

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Missing the Light at the End of the Tunnel – Why The Originals’ Ending Doesn’t Work

  The Originals has been over for quite some time at this point. And many people were… not entirely satisfied with the ending. That is to say that I hope the writer’s room for Legacies is fireproof and they don’t accept fanmail without thorough inspection. But why were their dearest fans so upset? What lies …

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Big Ffing Schedule Change

Dearest audience, It is time to, momentarily, take our silly confetti spewing hats off and put our serious top hats on. I and Maddius have decided, after much deliberation, to change our scheduling somewhat. From now on Critique Geeks episodes will no longer be released on a set schedule. Instead we will be releasing them …

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Analyze’s Diary – Entry 7: Silence of the Kitties

  Dear reader, it has been an ordeal like no other that has ever been experienced in the history of the universe. The multiverse! The omniverse! I have attempted to deafen myself several times, sadly the spoon didn’t fit in my ear. And it has sullied all the forks with its spittum. My mother has …

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A Short Hiatus

Hear ye, hear ye, The honourable lord Analyze who justly presides over all the domain of Analytical Madness and the Maddy are going on a small hiatus from August 13th to September 19th due to exams. This means there will be no articles by Analyze or Maddy from the 13th of August to the 26th …

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From Pit Bulls to Puppies – How the Originals Were Trivialized

  “He’s here. This was a mistake. He wants me dead, Rose! I can’t do this! You give her to him, he’ll have mercy on you, but I need to get out of here.” Moments later a knock on the door. The door of the old manor slowly creaks open and a man in an …

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Groundhog Die – Why Hell is Other People is the Best Vampire Diaries Episode of Season 7

  When anyone mentions season 7 of “The Vampire Diaries” I get a cold chill down my spine. A warm feeling collects down my throat and I can feel the acid burning my esophagus. Suffice it to say… I am not a fan. I am not a fan of any season of TVD after season …

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Analyze’s Diary – Entry 6: Return to Sender… With a Bill

  A siren blared in the distance. It had finally come. My salvation had finally come! No longer would I be tormented by its inane pratteling! No longer would I be subject to its ear-piercing puns! My earmuffs had long since fallen apart, corrupted and rotten they had sloughed off my ears. Letting out the …

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The Dragon or the Egg? – How Daenerys Managed to Hatch Her Dragons

  “As Daenerys Targaryen rose to her feet, her black (dragon) hissed, pale smoke venting from its mouth and nostrils. The other two pulled away from her breasts and added their voices to the call, translucent wings unfolding and stirring the air, and for the first time in hundreds of years, the night came alive …

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The Saddest News in Many an Age

Gather ’round children, for I have a most sad announcement to make. I will be away on a trip to a true hive of scum and villainy to hatch new evil plots next week. As a result Analyze will be taking a small two week hiatus (from the 8th of July to the 22nd of …

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We Hoped to Kind of Avoid the Expected – Subversion in the Long Night vs. the Red Wedding

  There once was a TV-viewer who’s mother mysteriously disappeared. All that remained of her was a comb with strange red hair and a torn note with the letters G, T and S written vertically. Her bed unmade, her clothes all gone. The man was scared. What had become of his beloved mother? Had she …

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