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Reader Contributions

The Matrix has inspired an active online community, of which our site is one example. Accuse us of overgeneralization, but we've found Matrix fans are thoughtful, tolerant, intelligent, and extremely creative. The following submissions from our readers exhibit all of those characteristics and more.

In this section you'll find reader theories for some of the most puzzling scenes in Reloaded and Revolutions, as well as 'big picture' essays on the trilogy as a whole. We're also extremely pleased to present original pieces by the authors of some of your favorite Matrix books.




If you have something you'd like to submit, we'd like to read it. We're interested in theories, interpretations, analysis, humor...heck, just about anything. Check out the pieces that some of your fellow fans have written, and let the inspiration flow! Oh, and once it does, let us know.

Go deeper into each submission category by following the sub-links above.

Get books by some of our contributors (Jacking In To The Matrix Franchise, Like a Splinter in Your Mind: The Philosophy Behind the Matrix Trilogy & Beyond the Matrix: Revolutions and Revelations) for yourself today!

 
Did You Know?

The Animatrix film The Second Renaissance Part I alludes to the story of a robot named B1-66ER who ends up in a pivotal court case after killing his human master. It's been suggested the robot's name came from 'Bigger Thomas', the main character of Native Son, a novel about a black man in 1930's Chicago who commits a murder he believes he has no choice but to commit.
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