Open top menu
The Real Horror Story of Get Out

The Real Horror Story of Get Out

Jordan Peele’s Get Out is one of those films where the audience either makes it or breaks it. I’ve seen this film twice in theaters now, but it was honestly like I was watching a completely different movie the second [...]

Read more
Girls in Capes Recommends: Spring 2017 Anime

Girls in Capes Recommends: Spring 2017 Anime

Winter is winding down, and spring is upon us. That means the end of the dreaded winter anime season and the beginning of a new one. Crunchyroll is calling this the season of light novel adaptations, and it's no wonder: [...]

Read more
REVIEW: Horimiya, Vol. 6

REVIEW: Horimiya, Vol. 6

Crisis averted -- to some extent. The beginnings of a love triangle form between three of Hori and Miyamura's friends, and Hori and Miyamura experience new stages in their relationship that make Miyamura recall his lonely past before meeting Hori at [...]

Read more
The Rise of LGBTQ+ YA Literature

The Rise of LGBTQ+ YA Literature

Up until the 1960s, YA fiction mainly consisted of idealized characters and happy endings. But as authors such as Ann Head and Paul Zindel debuted stories detailing realistic issues faced and colloquial language used by the teenagers at the time, [...]

Read more
10 BookTubers of Color to Subscribe to Now

10 BookTubers of Color to Subscribe to Now

If you spend any amount of time on YouTube, you’re probably aware of the growing popularity of BookTube, a genre of videos that focuses on book reviews, hauls, TBRs, and other book-related content. It’s one of the most prolific categories [...]

Read more