This article is a reflection on the third episode of WandaVision, “Now in Color.” Spoilers up to that episode abound. You have been warned! Instantly met with a technicolored intro reminiscent of The Brady Bunch, viewers find Wanda and Vision inhabiting the 70s. Picking up right where they left off, Wanda and Vision are reeling […]
Everyone wants to be liked. But Wanda and Vision risk their identity in order to be liked by people, without ever stopping to ask, "do we want to be liked by these people?"
Writer Jonathan Reedy discusses how Star Wars: Attack of the Clones teaches us to be open to and patient with the inevitability of change in relationships.
There's a galaxy of stories outside the cinematic realm of Star Wars. Jonathan Reedy discerns the strongest in The Force and the lessons they have to teach.
No need to submit a petition. Good Omens is a great adaptation. But why?
Jonathan Reedy explores Table of Tales: The Crooked Crown and talks about how VR is slowly catching up to storytelling
On the heels of Avengers: Endgame, a few of the LTN writers reflect on what the MCU has meant to them, their loved ones, and to geek culture as a whole.
Dive into the history of Captain Marvel and Shazam! These heroes have shared their name, despite one coming from Marvel and the other from DC.
The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part builds on its predecessor with witty writing and messages about being genuine and the importance of family.
Let’s be honest—video game fans are always clamoring for news about upcoming titles. From devouring magazines to traveling to conventions, fans have been devoted to following the development of games they want to play because, unlike mediums such as books or films, video games are an immensely interactive art form that requires one’s direct physical […]