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The Witcher and the Nature of Legends

Legends are embellished, twisted, and even dishonest about the people they venerate. Netflix's The Witcher shows how, even still, we need them all the same.

Defining Heroes and Monsters in The Witcher

In Netflix's The Witcher, monsters aren't what they seem. They can be innocents or even heroes, and Ryan Guerra shows how he's experienced this in his life.

Selfless TV of 2019

The LTN Writers bring you their favorite examples of selflessness from television in 2019.

Tropes Done Well in The Dragon Prince

The Dragon Prince season three delivers on its promise for an epic fantasy story arc by relying on the time-honored fantasy story-telling tradition of a climactic final battle. This third season fulfills the expectations it had built for itself while staying true to its origins as spiritual successor to Avatar: The Last Airbender. In what […]

What is Faith When You Live in a Dystopia?

When watching The Man In the High Castle, writer Scott Kingsolver thinks about those currently living in dystopias of their own.

The Power of Neighborliness: Why Joker Needs Fred Rogers

A comparison of Todd Phillip's take on Joker and Mr. Rogers, reveals the danger of loneliness and the power neighborliness to change our narrative.

What is a Hero? A Look at Amazon’s The Boys

What if superheroes were real? Amazon's original series The Boys may have the answer.

Elementary and Overcoming Fate

Elementary examines whether or not any of us are fated to a certain life, and how much better our chances are at overcoming that fate if we work together.

Charity and Courage: Remembering David Hedison

John Tuttle commemorates the conviction and kindness of David Hedison.

Good Adaptations and Good Omens

No need to submit a petition. Good Omens is a great adaptation. But why?