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Marvel Comics Final Thoughts - Fear Itself

With Marvel’s popular and successful foray into films with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I’ve finally decided to get back into comics. I grew up a big fan of X-Men and other superheroes but haven’t really kept up since the 90s. 1,607 more words


Justice : by Jim Krueger, Alex Ross, Doug Braithwaite

Imagine Tower of Babel, put Idendity Crisis to it, mix well with a pre Kingdom Come story. Repeat this for 12 chapters, embellish with some badass oldschool hard to fathom cinematic artwork, Voila! 253 more words

Kennisha's Film Queue: May 2nd - May 8th

This has been my third year attending the Hot Docs Canadian Documentary Festival and, this year, students were admitted free of charge! I was lined up to see about 20 movies because they’re free – so why not? 1,131 more words

The Film Queue

Hot Docs 2016: Fear Itself

We all experience fear and are often frightened of different things; unconsciously allowing it to shape how we go about our lives. Fear Itself, a visual essay by Charlie Lyne, attempts to aid one narrator’s journey into her own subconscious, as she tries to decipher what makes her afraid and why, by illustrating it through scenes from horror films across the decades. 461 more words


CrashPrez on Everything

Michael Penn, under the name CRASHprez, dropped his first full-length album, “more perfect.” The second part in a four-part series of EPs and albums asks, “What does it mean to be a young Black man existing in the United States of America right now with middle-class roots… Why can people with my skin die on a snack run or a night drive or in our sleep?” The story picks up where “fear itself.,” his last EP, left off — with a failed murder attempt leading to a public resurrection. 1,158 more words


Free (Mini) Adventure:Camping

The players, campers or camp counselors on a school trip are up in the mountains. With a dozen kids can they survive bears, escaped convicts, and the aliens that are hunting them? 838 more words


Fear Itself

This post started out as a fluffy little feel good piece about courage and then God rocked my world and convicted me of my pettiness in an earth shaking way. 1,012 more words