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Book Review: Adventure Time: The Original Cartoon Title Cards

Adeventure Time: The Original Cartoon Title Cards

"Adventure Time" has been touted as one of the most hilarious and creative shows on television pretty much since it premiered in the Spring of 2010. One of the show's most beloved features are the title cards that accompany each episode, but with the release of Titan Books' Adventure Time: The Original Cartoon Title Cards, you'll no longer have to go to Tumblr to fawn over them. Read More »

Book Review: The Iron Trial

Iron Trial

In "The Iron Trial," co-authors Holly Black and Cassandra Clare have begun a series that's bound to soon have legions of followers. The first book of the Magisterium series follows twelve-year-old Callum Hunt after he is admitted to a school of magic. At the Magisterium, Callum not only faces the trials of learning magic, but also of discovering details of his own identity that his father kept from him. Read More »

Pets at Hogwarts

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Why are only certain pets permitted at Hogwarts? Rats aren’t on the list of pets allowed at Hogwarts, but Ron still brings Scabbers (until, of course, Scabbers turns into the man that betrayed his best friend’s parents). Lavender has a rabbit at home but she didn’t bring it Hogwarts, but rabbits seem rather magical to me. But why not allow dogs or hamsters? Read More »

Book Review: Plague World by Dana Fredsti

Plague Town by Dana Fredsti

Finally, a zombie apocalypse series I can get behind! Dana Fredsti’s Ashley Parker trilogy* Plague Town, Plague Nation, and the recently released conclusion Plague World** consist of all the excitement and suspense you wanted in The Walking Dead minus the disappointments. This series is a must read for zombie enthusiasts as Fredsti delivers a gutsy heroine for the ages. Said heroine is Ashley Parker, a twenty-nine-year-old college student who survives a nasty bite from a ... Read More »

Book Review: Showrunners: The Art of Running A TV Show by Tara Bennett

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When watching television shows, we usually get so swept up in the story that we don’t stop to think about all the work that goes on behind the scenes. Keeping a show on the air depends heavily on keeping audiences interested and maintaining a healthy story arc. Who is in charge of keeping the ship afloat? That would be the showrunners. Read More »