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Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!: Be Gay, Solve Mystery

A new era for Scooby-Doo

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Illuminations Review

Sean takes a personal look at Alan Moore’s newest collection of short stories, “Illuminations.”

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And We Love You: Every Person, A Whole Life

Have you ever seen a stranger next to you and wondered what their life is like? What are their dreams and goals? What are their fears? Who do they love? It’s common to live our lives among millions of strangers and never think about them as people with their own lives, their own feelings, their […]

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Goosebumps Retrospective: Part 1

Readers beware, we’re revisiting the best-selling installments of R.L. Stine’s children’s horror series Goosebumps!

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Valkyrie Elysium: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Sometimes all a game needs is hot characters and great combat.

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Alien: What’s in a Name

For GateSlashers, Cass Arellano writes about what Alien’s title means in the first of many pieces about horror set to come out this month.

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Deadstream Offers a Haunted Look at Internet Controversy

Deadstream, the new found footage horror comedy from Shudder is full of practical effects, scares, and laughs!

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Wishlist Wednesday: September 2022

A Red Panda and a Red Hood.

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Gamedec: Definitive Edition is the Game at its Best

Games are an extremely unique medium of storytelling. Movies, TV, books, comics – they all get to choose how the story is presented. How it’s paced, the order it unfurls, the way it unfurls – all a reader or viewer needs to do is sit back and have it happen. Video games, however, require a […]

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Jessica Jung Finds Her Voice in Her Second Novel Bright

Jessica Jung returns with ‘Bright,’ a sequel to the 2020 NYT Bestseller ‘Shine.’