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REVIEW: Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman

REVIEW: Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman

Political intrigue. Secrecy. Discrimination. Government plots. Mysterious science. No, it’s not present-day. It’s the Elizabethan Age – the year 1602, to be exact. A little background on this title: In 2000, Joe Quesada, then a comic book editor for Marvel Comics’ Marvel [...]

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On Our List: August 2014

On Our List: August 2014

"Last night, I got on Netflix with one goal: find a good Robin Williams movie. Luckily, The Birdcage, a favorite since I was young, was available. Based on a musical, the movie tells the story of a gay couple whose [...]

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The Quiet Feminism of Anne Shirley

The Quiet Feminism of Anne Shirley

When anyone mentions books that introduce children to concepts of feminism, the titles that usually come to mind aren't ones written at the turn of the 20th century, before women had the right to vote, when women were expected to become [...]

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Our Favorite Things: Pokemon

Our Favorite Things: Pokemon

I held my Gameboy Color tight that Christmas, flipping the switch to that yellow cartridge that led me into the world of Pokemon. Hours passed and I finally saved my game. PLAY TIME: 3:47. That couldn’t be three hours and [...]

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Nostalgic Games

Nostalgic Games

It all started with a Game Boy Color and a copy of Pokémon Silver. I got the Game Boy for my fifth birthday, and bought Pokémon shortly afterward. From then on, I was hooked. I was the kid who would spend [...]

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