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Black History: John Diggle's Top 10 Moments

Fans of the CW’s Arrowverse has had the pleasure to see many good characters grow into great heroes, but it’s time to honor a very special one. In honor of Black History Month, I’ve decided to highlight one of my favorite Black characters: John Diggle. (This has Arrow spoilers, so be sure to catch up before you read!) From an […]

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Favorite Films of the Decade

To say this was an incredible decade for film is a massive understatement. With advancing technology, a profound popularity of superheroes, and more diverse filmmakers getting a chance, this decade has been a real treat for cinephiles and casual movie-goers alike. So to celebrate the new year and the new decade, here’s a list of the best movies from each […]

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SDCC 2019: Creating Your Own Narrative

Over the past weekend at the annual San Diego Comic Con, I had the fortune of sitting in several amazing panels.  On one hand, a lot of these panels were (selfishly) catered to my personal interests, but they were also simultaneously empowering messages to all creators out there. In today’s media landscape, things are changing.  We have films and shows […]

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Op-Ed: The Westernization of Godzilla

It is practically impossible to cross paths with a soul who has never heard of the King of Monsters. Or, love him for being the earth’s greatest defender? Or, fear him for being the ultimate outcome of humanity’s sins?  Whatever the feeling, it does not change what is already clear: Godzilla is here to stay. He is more than a movie […]

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Op-Ed: ‘Euphoria’ is All of Us

*As the show does, this article mentions drug addiction, sex, and mental illness. If these topics make you uncomfortable, please do not continue reading. Thank you. To my surprise, the opening scene of HBO’s Euphoria pilot caught my attention in the best way. Dry humor, nonchalant narration, and an unexplained mental illness. It was as if a huge hand stuck […]

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Op-Ed: The Disney & 21st Century Fox Deal is a Perfect Opportunity for New and Diverse Characters in the MCU

It was announced March 20 that Disney and 21st Century Fox struck a $71.3 billion deal that gave Disney’s Marvel Studios the rights to the Fantastic Four and X-Men. This is great for many reasons. For example, we could finally see Spider-Man banter with Deadpool, and no longer have to refer back to X-Men: First Class to get a decent […]

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Beyond Batman & Superman – A Strong Future For DC Films

DC films are currently in the midst of much-needed redemption. The cinematic universe that launched in 2013 was (up to most recently) met with mixed results. Warner Bros. Studios released DC titles that either returned poor audience and critical reception, less than desired box office numbers, or even both in some occasions. The most recent example being the first Justice […]

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Op-Ed: The Magic of Storytelling- How Tabletop RPGs and Critical Role Inspire a New Generation of Storytellers

*Please note: this article is spoiler-free with regards to campaigns 1 and 2 of Critical Role. For those who don’t know, what are tabletop RPGs?  It is a form of role-playing game (RPG) where folks sit around verbally describing their characters’ actions, and play out a story or adventure. Dungeons & Dragons is a particularly popular one of those.  So, […]

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80 Years of Batman: The Legacy of the Dark Knight

Last year we celebrated the 80th anniversary of the Man of Steel, and this year it’s time for the Dark Knight to get his celebration. Batman has had a large impact in our media culture and lives. In some way or another, everyone has had contact with some form of the Dark Knight – whether through the animated show, in […]