By: Thomas Horvath Everyone knows Batman. If you went to someone on the street, they would probably tell you these things about him: his parents were shot, his sidekick is Robin, and he doesn’t kill. That last one is always associated with the caped-crusader, but was it originally intended? And is it a good piece of a character for the vigilante? People associate him with … Continue reading Why Does Batman Not Kill?
“Avengers, assemble!” Steve Rogers, Captain America. Well, Marvel fans assemble, because Kevin Fiege, President and Primary Producer of Marvel Studios, has a lot more in store for the next few phases. Even though the characters of Iron Man, Black Widow, Captain America, and many more, are no longer in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) there still are three more phases within the MCU, with plenty … Continue reading Future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
One of the writing supplements as a journalism and mass communications major this year for the George Washington University (GW) college application is to write a featured profile about and interview yourself from your perspective. I thought this was interesting task as it almost forces you to think highly of yourself. It trained my brain to think of all the positives in my life instead … Continue reading Writing an article about myself from my perspective
By: Thomas Horvath Television is known for its vast variety of programming, with each show being different from the other. Still, each show usually fits into a category or genre. Genres are basic adjectives used to group series together based on the qualities of the show. This can include action, drama, horror, or romance to name a few. But which categories are most popular? Does … Continue reading The Most Popular Genres
Some people think that reading is boring but I think reading can be amazing. If you have a hard time finding something fun to read and is in your interest, try reading some fiction books. My personal favorite series is the Harry Potter franchise. When I read I see the scenario in my head. I have no idea if other people do that, but I … Continue reading How reading can be fun
October is officially upon us, and with it comes the title of “spooky season.” Halloween hosts many ghouls, witches, monsters, and creatures, spooking children and adults alike. The myths, legends, and wives’ tales of Halloween range from what could be true, to funny stories for a laugh. But how exactly did Halloween start? Carving creepy faces on a pumpkin is a fun tradition, but it … Continue reading Halloween History
“Where words fail, music speaks.” (Hans Christian Anderson). Music is not only an art, but a tool, allowing the artists a way to express themselves. Everyone knows at least one musician, but small artists get left out more often than not. In this article, a highlight will be put on small musician Dakota and the Angry Suitcase. Smalltown musician Dakota is a local artist from … Continue reading Unpacking an Angry Suitcase
Tame Impala’s 2020 album The Slow Rush has aged like fine wine and really turned out to be another masterpiece by Kevin Parker. Today I will look at the top three songs off the album in my opinion and give my thoughts on them. Continue reading Tame Impala The Slow Rush Top Three Songs
By: Thomas Horvath Video games are some of the most common items in the modern day, with 65 percent of adult Americans playing them. Many people play video games on consoles, with some of the most popular being the Xbox, Playstation, and Nintendo Switch. With Xbox and Playstation, they both dropped new consoles relatively recently, so there is no console that almost everyone is playing … Continue reading Which Game Company is the Most Successful?
On October 21st, Taylor Swift, an American music artist, will release Midnights, making this her 10th studio album in her career. At the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs), Swift announced her album Midnights in her speech for winning the best video of the year, best long-form video, and best direction for her music video All Too Well (10 minute version) (Taylor’s Version) starring Dylan … Continue reading Midnights release