Anime Tuesdays: Sword Art Online

The recent launching of PokémonGO and it’s record-breaking reception have proven one thing: that everybody and their mothers have dreamt of waking up inside their favorite video game. This global longing was harnessed by Sword Art Online, an anime about a group of virtual reality players that get trapped inside a game. The stakes

Spotlight: The Order of Belfry

The world is filled with many comic books, most of which are about superheroes and magical beings. These stories are fabulous in their own right, but there is just something so exhilarating and refreshing about comics that write their own path. That is exactly the

Weekend Reads: All the Birds, Singing

Prepare to have chills from start to finish while powering through this strange, wonderful, and slightly terrifying tale. Evie Wyld’s novel, All the Birds, Singing tells the story of Jake Whyte, a tough (the word callused comes to mind) and deeply troubled young woman who

Pokémon GO: First Look + Thoughts [VIDEO]

I managed to jumble my thoughts on Pokémon GO into a video after an hour and a half of walking around: If you have any questions about the game, please feel free to ask below! I realize I missed a couple of important points and

Pokémon Go Review: A Developing Story

It is a truth universally acknowledged that today all millennials have been played, teased, and blessed by the gods of Nintendo, Niantic, and the Pokémon Company. July 6th marks the much anticipated (and highly questioned) release of Pokémon GO, and with it my hopes for

Anime Tuesdays: Attack on Titan

If you have friends who watch anime, then you’ve probably heard about Attack on Titan. They’ve also probably mentioned two things. 1. It’s amazing. 2. When it comes to releasing new episodes, the creators took notes from the BBC Sherlock people. Both things are very

Rick Grimes: Antihero or the Hero We Deserve?

For the past few years, the advent of the antihero–a flawed protagonist of loose morals and villainous traits–has challenged our perceptions of heroism and what it means to be good. The modern day antihero is a reflection of the increasing complexity of modern day life.

15 Signs You’re Dating Ernest Hemingway

A day like today in 1961, Ernest Hemingway passed away in Ketchum, Idaho. To honor Papa’s memory, we have come up with a list of signs you might be dating him. Last night you fell asleep with a book in your hands. The worn-out book had

Weekend Reads: The Fireman

Epic and saga. Those were the two words that came to mind as I was reading Joe Hill’s new novel, and possibly magnum opus, The Fireman. Hill’s story begins as a mysterious plague starts to spread across the country. The spore, draco incendia trychophyton (that’s Dragonscale

Last Time On: Marco Polo

This Friday, July 1st Netflix is dropping that much awaited second season of Marco Polo. Because it has been so long since the first season aired (for our 21st century brains, at least), we’ve prepared a quick recap: In Episode 10, “The Heavenly and Primal,” we finally get

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