Each week, as we make our way through this Advent season, LTN Writers will provide short nerdy devotionals for you and your family to enjoy. You can find them all here. Also, if you want more nerdy advent content, check out our Advent Calendar from 2018. Our final Advent devotional centers on parallels between Christ and the […]
The Mandalorian episode "The Heiress" echoes divisions within Christianity, and how and when believers can band together despite differences.
Sanderson builds his world and lore beautifully in Dawnshard while also giving his readers a glimpse into disabled life through Rysn's eyes.
With its team rounds and zany action, Fall Guys is a battle royale game that reminds us that we can't always succeed by ourselves.
Jon felt challenged by Abed to consider those that others might have overlooked as worthy of his love and affection.
For Hispanic Heritage Month 2019, associate editor Jon Campoverde along with Michael Morejon, Evelyn Treviño, and Carolina Rivera discusses what it's like to be "un(a) nerd," someone from a Hispanic or Latinx background and also someone who enjoys nerd culture. The group talks about how being part of two diverse groups can be helpful when building relationships but can also be confusing when trying to find their place in both.
"We are better people now that we play TTRPGs together." Jonathan Campoverde explains how Tabletop RPGs helped him and his wife stengthen their relationship.
Jon was surprised by how strongly Detective Pikachu resonated with his own journey rediscovering his child-like self.
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.
The Kid Who Would Be King shows us the importance of accepting yourself, elevating the marginilized and how your differences can make you a hero.