Mr. Robot Recap: Season 2 Episode 6

After last episode’s violent double cliffhangers, Mr. Robot really throws us a curveball this time. Esmail opens this episode in a way that will most likely divide the fanbase. Once the “previously on” part rolls, a retro early 90’s intro segues into a transformed Mr.

Review: We Can Never Go Home

I have a lot of feelings about this comic book. Mostly those feelings are OH MY GOD THIS STORY WAS SO GOOD. And if it happens that you’re a fan of the recent resurgence of ’80s inspired books and television, then chances are you’ll love

Mr. Robot Recap: Season 2 Episode 5

At last, our dark knight rises and puts his cyber-sword back to good use. Elliot is back in front of a computer terminal hacking the night away. And damn, I really didn’t realize how much I missed the hacking theme music from season one until

Anime Tuesdays: Ouran High School Host Club

Ouran High School Host Club is a rite of passage. In the life of every young otaku, a day must come in which they stumble upon Host Club and ask themselves, “what the hell is this and why has everybody watched this?” This sentiment doesn’t

Spotlight: The Longbox Podcast

Once upon a time, two dudes started a comic book podcast. An appropriate amount of time later, TNL decided to interview them. Of course, we are talking about none other than Matthew Murphy and Tyler Olson, the creators of The Longbox Podcast. You’re probably familiar

Weekend Reads: Neil Gaiman

Sometimes you need a book (or two) to get you to the weekend. The Sleeper and the Spindle and How to Talk to Girls at Parties are those books. Ok, so maybe I’m a little biased because of how much I love Neil Gaiman. I’ve admired him

Anime Tuesdays: Black Butler

Sometimes I’m in the mood for anime shows that are set in somewhere other than Japan. Especially if they try to be period dramas. And even more so if there is an attractive and rather androgynous butler to admire. I don’t think I ever figured

15 Signs You’re Dating Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath was born on October 27, 1932. She graced this earth for only 30 years, but that was enough time to work her way into the English canon and the hearts of many a reader. While she is more widely known for her Ariel poems (including

Weekend Reads: Goliath

Everyone knows the story of David and Goliath. A young man named David slays a Philistine giant with a slingshot and a well-aimed rock to the head. The giant, however, “was armed with a coat of mail and had greaves of brass upon his legs.”

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