Anna Swenson, Butler University
This amazing feat in storytelling and artistic vision delves into areas often left unexplored by graphic novels and horror.
Charlie Kaufman’s latest film asks, what makes a person?
This digital comic blends manga influences with Disney-inspired artwork to create a compelling tale of romance by the sea.
Both films use the trope, but their messages reveal what’s changed in the 27 years between their releases.
The Netflix Original series was abruptly cancelled after only one season, but now it’s getting another chance to grace your screens.
As the sitcom celebrates turning 20 years old, we look back on what made the show so captivating — and why it’s still a delight to watch.
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Dating someone in the military is never easy, but it can be even more difficult when trying to get a degree. Still, it can be done.
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Fans were fearful that the new HBO Max reboot would kill off the amazing world of the original series. Fortunately, the genius has only expanded.
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Apple TV+ brings a star-studded cast, surprisingly catchy music and a weird plot to its incredible new animated show.
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Suzanne Collins’ new prequel to the ‘Hunger Games’ trilogy investigates the origins of the series’s central villain, President Snow, without justifying his hunger for power.
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