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What to Do When You Suffer from Hype Overload

INT. MEETING ROOM – DAY

You sit in a room filled with men and women of varying ages, shapes, and sizes, gathered in a circle of chairs. 703 more words

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Marvel's Daredevil: Streaming Hope for Heroism

Marvel Comics has really left its mark on the entertainment world in the last few years, mainly with the success of its Cinematic Universe series of films, from  904 more words

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Tron: Uprising: Bright Lights and Big Battles

When I first saw Tron, I thought, “It looks cool, but this is kinda dumb.” And when I saw Tron: Legacy, I thought, “This looks really cool, but is still dumb.” 735 more words

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10 Key Steps to Writing a Meaningful Story

If you’re like me, then you’ve read, re-read, and absorbed tons of stories over the years, from novels and short stories to comics and interactive fiction games. 1,370 more words

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Kill la Kill: The Magic's in What You Wear

As much as I’m into seinen anime and manga that deals with more mature themes and plots, I’m not above a little high-octane, devil-may-care action and adventure now and then. 720 more words

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Life is Strange, Episode 3: Chaos Theory: Friends Get Closer, Things Fall Apart

There are a few things that get me really excited right now. The Netflix series Marvel’s Daredevil. The movie Ex Machina. And of course, the 5-part video game  622 more words

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Ex Machina: Creating and Twisting Minds for Fun

Science fiction is easily my favorite genre above all else. It’s a genre built on exploring new ideas, often through new or exotic technology. Of course, most movies, books, video games, and TV shows prefer the trappings of science fiction rather than the substance. 631 more words

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