What really is Cyberpunk?

by Noah Thompson Whether or not you have the most recent game console or the newest PC hardware, Cyberpunk 2077 has dealt drama across all platforms; even if you have experienced minimal issues, one could suggest that everyone has been deceived by the developers, CD Projekt Red. Crashes, glitches, and missing content are some of the main points of criticism surrounding the new release, not … Continue reading What really is Cyberpunk?

The Downfall of Modern Amazing Spider-Man

By Jack Sellers In 2006 the massively successful Marvel story Civil War began, and at the end of the second issue one of the biggest moments of the entire Marvel universe occurs; Peter Parker reveals to the world his secret identity as Spider-Man. Critics of the hit mini-series called out Mark Millar’s often out of character writing for characters, and in particular Peter’s character. Shortly … Continue reading The Downfall of Modern Amazing Spider-Man

Resident Evil 3 and the Pandemic

Resident Evil 3 and the Pandemic By Logan Volkert Throughout the thick of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, videogames have been offering many people a way to cope with the difficult times. Especially in times of uncertainty, high stress, and when many people are stuck at home, videogames can provide a healthy way of escaping into a different world where you, the player, assumes ultimate … Continue reading Resident Evil 3 and the Pandemic

The Rhythmic Beauty of the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

By: Jack Sellers I spent a lot of my Christmas break from school watching shows that I’ve wanted to watch since they started. I finally decided to start playing catch-up on all the amazing content out there, but the thing that I watched that stood out the most to me was Amy Sherman-Palladino’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on Amazon Prime. It’s no secret now that … Continue reading The Rhythmic Beauty of the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel