As Clone Wars recently enjoyed its third finale, Steven Dobek reflects our desire for a true and final conclusion to the evil that plagues our world.
Jon felt challenged by Abed to consider those that others might have overlooked as worthy of his love and affection.
With all of our increased screen time, the Love Thy Nerd writers have compiled a list of TV and anime that restore our faith in humanity.
Beastars shows the difficulty of love between incompatible people. Whether it's requited or not, sometimes denying that love is how to love someone best.
People's shortcomings make us jaded, but we're all works in progress. Patience in light of that helps us find and stoke the potential for good in us all.
Many mech animes glorify the violence they depict, but Mobile Suit Gundam Wing doesn't shy away from the human cost of war.
Hilda wants to solve every problem herself, and gets in way over her head, which struck a chord with Madeline.
In the face of the deep divide between fans and critics (*ahem* Star Wars), Kevin Schut argues that criticism can actually change our lives for the better.
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.
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.