Fighting for Family in Star Wars: Visions – The Twins
No matter the era or timeline, Star Wars is a recurring tale of giving others the benefit of the doubt, as reflected in Episode 3 of Visions.
How to Read, Watch, and Play with Less Guilt and More Care
Many Christians only ask whether a piece of fiction is ok, but maybe there are other, better questions we might ask ourselves to get more out of the stories we consume.
The Power of Love in Loki Ep 4
Each week, as new episodes of Loki release on Disney+, LTN writers will reflect on each episode. You can find what we think about the Sacred Timeline here. Spoiler warning for Loki Episode 4. Loki explores the themes of deceit, self-reflection, redemption, and, most surprisingly, but wholly welcome and joyfully, love. However, the themes that become abundantly clear […]
Black Creators You Should Know
The LTN Writers catalog some of our favorite Black creators of nerdy media.
Compassion and Control in WandaVision Episode 5
As we reckon with the implications of what Wanda has done to the people of Westview, we must consider whether Wanda is worthy of our compassion.
Building Bridges with Compassion in “The Believer”
Just as the Skywalker saga is defined by the power of compassion, so too is The Mandalorian with empathy and a second chance for Mayfeld.
Ben Solo: The Prodigal Son of Star Wars
The parable of the prodigal son teaches that no one's ever really gone. The Rise of Skywalker touts the same radical forgiveness with Ben Solo's redemption.
Saving What We Love: An Argument For Kylo Ren’s Redemption
Why should we want redemption for someone like Kylo Ren? Because he is a reflection of ourselves. LTN writer Brittany Lofland explains how the fallen Jedi mirrors our own failings.
How to Get Started in Anime
Have you ever wanted to start watching anime, but were too overwhelmed to start? Brittany Lofland is here to help with some tips for beginners and a list of her 11 top picks.
Love You 3000: Our Love Letters To the MCU, Part 2
On the heels of Avengers: Endgame, a few LTN writers reflect on what the MCU has meant to them, their loved ones, and to geek culture as a whole.