Charlie Adlard Talks The Walking Dead And More
Jun04

Charlie Adlard Talks The Walking Dead And More

On April 15, 2004, the comic book world was forever changed when The Walking Dead switched artists and showed its audience the realistic, dramatic, and always enthralling artwork of Charlie Adlard that propelled the series into what it is today. With his captivating bright blue eyes joined by a wall of interesting artifacts in the background including a yellow submarine made out of legos; Charlie Adlard of Shrewsbury, England...

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The Walking Dead 178 Review: New Avenues to Explore
Jun01

The Walking Dead 178 Review: New Avenues to Explore

For nearly fifteen years, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard have been creating cliffhangers, unforgettable characters, and remarkable artwork as fans devour their comic books on a monthly basis.  The most recent story arc in the comic book, New World Order has many interesting developments for the characters, and as per usual, the fans have no idea what direction it is going (though there are a number of theories). Throughout the...

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Solo: A Star Wars Story Review: Certainly Different
Jun01

Solo: A Star Wars Story Review: Certainly Different

Solo: A Star Wars Story has memorable characters, though Alden Ehrenreich does his own take on playing such a beloved and well-known character which is good and bad depending on how one views it. For one, it is also slightly hard to believe he is a young Harrison Ford considering the two have a minuscule resemblance to each other. It is an interesting and enjoyable movie, however, there are aspects of it that don’t make much sense,...

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Top 10 Rick and Morty Characters That Aren’t Rick or Morty
Jun01

Top 10 Rick and Morty Characters That Aren’t Rick or Morty

Aw, geez. How is an article about Rick and Morty characters including every character but Rick and Morty going to be interesting? The truth it, there are many underappreciated characters in the show that do not go by those names, you may be surprised. 10)  “I’m Mr. Meeseeks, look at me!” The iconic lines are spoken by the lovable blue Meeseeks (though they only really appear in one episode, disregarding cameos) are some of the most...

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To The Moon And Back: Bath & Body Works New Earth Inspired Fragrance
May25

To The Moon And Back: Bath & Body Works New Earth Inspired Fragrance

Out of the five senses, the smell is one of the more prominently used among humans. Popular retailer Bath & Body Works uses this fact to appeal to its customers. With the scents of fresh jasmine flowers, coconut, lime and freshly squeezed lemon, it’s no surprise how quickly their products fly off of the shelves. A new fragrance line inspired by the natural occurrences of the Earth is the cause of Bath & Body Works’...

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The Girl on the Train Review: Not Quite Gone Girl
May25

The Girl on the Train Review: Not Quite Gone Girl

When reading mysteries, readers expect to be transcended into a world that captivates our imagination and tears us away from reality. We find ourselves immersed in the characters lives, seeing what they see, feeling what they feel, and for the time being, we become them. Paula Hawkins’ novel “The Girl on the Train,” much like Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl,” is a psychological thriller that is told from the point of view of multiple...

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