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  • Web Series Review: Teenagers S3

    Something I’ve thought about in the past is why, even as an adult, I’m still drawn to teen dramas and YA literature. Plenty of critics find the market more or less tiresome for various reasons: it might be the irrationality and pettiness of adolescent characters. Or it could be the frequent who’s-dating-who conflicts and popularity struggles […]

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  • Comic Review: Killing Stalking by Koogi

    Lezhin Comic’s Killing Stalking by Koogi is a thrilling romp of fear, bondage and psychological horror. This BL (Boys Love) comic consists of mature content in 35 episodes with 6 specials, including a prologue, epilogue and Q&A’s. WARNING: SOME SPOILERS AHEAD The story centers on Yoon Bum, a young South Korean man with an unhealthy […]

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  • Web Series Review: That’s My DJ S3

    One of the most compelling things to me about Canadian webseries That’s My DJ is its self-awareness – the show’s arc mirrors the growth of its protagonists with tonally perfect precision. Its first season is energetic and aspirational, yet still lacking true focus; the second embraces carefree irresponsibility while being honest about the emotional consequences […]

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  • Day 2: Denver Comic Con 2017

    Denver Comic Con offers impressive multi-track programming that covers comic books, cosplay, demos, education, gaming, literature, film, unity, sci-fi/fantasy, kid & teen tracks and even sci fi speed dating. As many as a dozen tracks run in a single hour, including a main event with a big name draw. I attended main events for the […]

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  • Denver Comic Con 2017 Review

    Denver Comic Con is a three day weekend of geektastic glory. In this, its fifth year, the popculture comic convention had a record-breaking 115k attendees, a slight increase over last year’s 114,500. The minimal growth is actually a relief to coordinators who can’t imagine handling any more gargantuan gains like they saw in the first […]

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  • Exclusive Interview With Conrad’s Bryce Saxon

    Generally, actors use their words to get a role. Bryce Saxon uses her fists. After posting a video of her boxing skills to her Instagram page, the actress found herself being approached to audition for a project called Conrad, a new pilot out of Chicago. Described as a crime series driven by “badass females,” Conrad looks […]

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