Toilet Bound Hanako-kun moves from manga to anime.

“Toilet Bound Hanako-kun”: Manga and Anime Comparison

Luna Ruiz, Columnist November 19, 2021

Also known as “Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun,” “Toilet Bound Hanako-kun” (TBHK) is a thrilling tale about Kamome Academy and the mysterious paranormal “Seven Wonders” rumored by the students to...

Komi Cant Communicate comes to Netflix.

“Komi Can’t Communicate”: Brand New Series on Netflix

Luna Ruiz, Columnist November 15, 2021

Recently, one of the latest romantic comedy anime, “Komi Can’t Communicate,” has found its way on the Netflix homepages of many anime fans. So far, only three episodes are out; a new one is released...

Chainsaw Man: Rumors, Details, and Recap

Chainsaw Man: Rumors, Details, and Recap

Sophia Geisler, Columnist June 7, 2021

The manga series "Chainsaw Man" by Tatsuki Fujimoto, released in 2018, has become popular amongst manga readers within the last year. The series is often recognized for its colorful design, crude humor,...

Avoiding Bland Characters

Avoiding Bland Characters

Allister McLeod, Columnist June 7, 2021

Characters are arguably the most important part of any piece of fiction. They carry the readers or viewers through a story, provide emotion and conflict, and give the readers or viewers figures to relate...

Amazon Primes The Boys and Invincible have given the streaming platform some recent popularity.

Amazon Prime Gets It Right

Connor Davis, Columnist May 25, 2021

With Amazon bursting out of the gates recently with some hot new releases like season two of “The Boys” and the brand new “Invincible” animated series, the question is posed of when Amazon started...

WandaVisions un-Marvel beginning was a major draw for the audience.

WandaVision Review

Brandon Dosen, Columnist May 17, 2021

WandaVision, the nine episode series featuring Wanda and Vision (as hinted by the name), is set in a sitcom world where the audience go through a mystery and find out what truly happened after the events...

The Shadow and Bone poster.

Netflix’s “Shadow and Bone” Review

Rebecca Harris, Columnist May 7, 2021

Netflix’s new TV adaptation “Shadow and Bone” ranked number one for the week of April 25 on the Rotten Tomatoes “Most Popular TV” list, according to Rotten Tomatoes. A big fan base and a lot...

Battles in Attack on Titan vs. Neon Genesis Evangelion.

Out with the Old and In with the New: the Anime Generation Talk

Sophia Geisler, Columnist April 20, 2021

The two most debated topics in the anime community are whether new-gen anime or old-gen anime are considered better, and which new-gen anime deserves to be crowned best; however, both new-gen and old-gen...

Despite being practically the same, the U.S. and U.K. versions of The Office have several differences.

Battle of the Nations, A.K.A “The Office”

Brandon Dosen, Columnist April 2, 2021

On July 9, 2001, Britain was introduced to “The Office,” a small sitcom show that would depict simple paper merchants in the small town of Slough. Made by the BBC, the country loved it. It gained a...

Fandoms are a dangerous internet trend.

Fandoms: One of the Many Toxic Internet Cultures

Sophia Geisler, Columnist March 17, 2021

The internet has always been a place for mild and major controversy. With social media influencers, celebrities, political parties, such and such, it’s easy to get caught up in the middle of online arguments....

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