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A Queer Superpowered Alien Smokes Weed in an Impressive Pilot for ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ – Recap

Don’t worry. It was probably for medicinal purposes, and the pilot has much more to offer viewers. Roswell, New Mexico is a reboot 2002’s Roswell, which was an adaptation of the young-adult book series, Roswell High, by Melinda Metz. The books and TV series have obviously been around for a while and have gotten plenty of attention, but I’d never heard […]

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‘The Punisher’ Season 2 is Back With a Vengeance and is Hauntingly Good – Review

The first season of The Punisher ended with blood spilled and vengeance served. Frank Castle discovered his “best friend”, Billy Russo, was behind the death of his family. Billy fooled the many characters he interacted with but finally got what was coming − Punisher style. However, the Punisher has more to punish this time around. Thank you to Netflix for […]

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A Look Into the Cultural Impact of Drake So Far

Aubrey “Drake” Graham. Some people love him and some just think he’s overrated. Regardless, it’s near impossible to deny how much he impacts modern pop culture, whether it be through dumb memes, acronyms, social media trends, or even challenging masculinity tropes. Drake is truly something else. While I am a fan of his music, this article isn’t to praise him. […]

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An Obsession With the Bodies of Superhero Actors: Body Shaming, Sexual Harassment, and Objectification

Superheroes have been drawn with ridiculously and unnaturally perfect bodies from the get-go and that’s fine, sometimes it even adds to the entertainment. The exaggerated curves, bulges, and muscles are often so absurd it’s laughable. While that’s all great, no healthy human being can obtain these bodies in real life, especially if that human has a schedule that demanding of […]

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‘Hereditary’ Questions and Theories (Warning: Spoilers)

As the title states, this article is riddled with spoilers. If you don’t like that, but are still interested in seeing the movie, check out Ferdosa’s spoiler-free review here and the trailer here! You’ve been warned. At the beginning of the movie, Annie (Toni Collete) gives a eulogy for her late mother describing her as strange and off-putting. When Annie […]

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Why You Should Attend Your Local Con!

Back in late March, I had the paycheck to go to DC’s Awesomecon for the third time. This is the only con I’ve been to, but each time it’s been a different experience and these different experiences make it all so much more compelling for me to return next year. But why should I keep these experiences all to myself? […]

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Op-Ed: You’re Not Alone. Superheroes Can Struggle With Mental Illness Too

WARNING: This article is meant to be comforting, but contains sensitive material as it deals with a very sensitive issue. There will be mentions of suicide, drug abuse, etc. Please read at your own discretion. If this troubles you, please don’t read any further. If you are contemplating suicide, let someone know or call National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. You […]

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‘Infinity War’ Countdown Anxiety: No Biggie?

  While everyone is excited, no one is really ready for Avengers: Infinity War; those who say they are just lying to themselves. On March 1, the third installment of the beloved Avengers series got bumped up a week early from May 4 to April 27. While I would have preferred it to come out May 4 because that’s when the […]