Star Wars Battlefront II E3 Reveal

Yorkshire's Geek
in Entertainment

In the last couple of months there’s been a lot of activity on the Star Wars video game front, with trailers for the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront II appearing on the internet, and last week EA showed off the game at E3 with a new trailer and some gameplay footage. Star Wars has always been a huge part of my life, ever since my dad took me to see the re-release of the first film back in the 90s, I remember being too scared of Darth Vader to actually sit through the entire film! From there I pla...

A Short Bit: Graverobbing From Who?

Isabella Redgate
in Science

Eighteenth and Nineteenth century grave robbers had several nicknames assigned to them by the public, who was aware of the practice of grave robbing,including “night doctors,” “Sack-em-up men,” and “b...

Doctor Who: Spare Parts Revisited

Matthew Kresal
in Buyer’s Guide

When it comes to Doctor Who, few monsters are quite as iconic as the Cybermen, the half-human/half-machine race originally hailing from Earth's long lost twin planet Mondas. Despite their origin being...

The Thing in the Basement

Cassandra Reid
in Fiction

“Today in math class, we are learning how to divide decimals,” Mr. Bensia said, with a sad solemn tone that means hard work is on its way. The whole class groans in frustration as Mr. Bensia handed ou...

Can Humans Evolve on Mars?

Janice Simms
in Science

Creatures have evolved through millions of years of evolution. Eventually, it has created complex species which, have adapted to their environment. Our planet has plants, and we breathe in oxygen and ...

A Lunch Meeting With Death

Nicholas Anthony
in Fiction

Death was late again for lunch. Or, it had already happened for him. Skipping as he did along time like it was an elastic band stretching and contracting to his amused will. He laughed at the linear c...

Hypothesis. Thesis. Synthesis.

Casey Parker
in Science

Clickbait articles are a dime a dozen. We've all become used to ignoring the all too common phrases "one weird trick" or "[insert profession here]s hate him!" - sometimes even both. A trusted colleagu...

Most Realistic Alien Species in Sci-Fi

Ossiana Tepfenhart
in Entertainment

It doesn't take much to see how scientific discoveries have inspired sci-fi authors to create new worlds. Many famous science fiction authors wondered what life would be like on another planet after s...


Eliander Black
in Fiction

Those warm depths glow beneath the ancient sun, pouring dapples through the thick currents and over the rich crimson seabed. Ochre tides of shifting life hung above the darkness, dancing like flecks o...

The Jedi vs. Sith Symposium

Jay Sandlin
in Entertainment

Join an international panel of Star Wars Super Fans! We debate the theories of Snoke's identity in the future installments of the timeless saga. We have your host, Jay Sandlin (The Novel Comics) Brian Karasek ( Ryan Hunter of Scotland (Temple Master Alrune), and Twitter role players: @MasterJediMara and @MentorSkywalker of Ireland. In this episode, the cast recounts many theories about the identity of Supreme Leader Snoke from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. His role in the fut...

Review of Twin Peaks: The Return 1.6

Paul Levinson
in Entertainment

Among the scenes I most enjoyed or found most worthy of remark in last night's episode 1.6 of Twin Peaks, still all-but-incomprehensible in the main, were -- The red door to Dougie aka Agent Cooper's ...

Dawn of the Dugongs

Eliander Black
in Fiction

I was in the field that morning I do remember, and my mother called from the open foyer, telling me that breakfast was ready. I always liked to leave the house earlier to prepare myself for the work o...

Darth Vader 001

Jay Sandlin
in Entertainment

Star Wars: Darth Vader #1 After his defeat at Mustafar, Anakin has awoken immediately after the events of Revenge of the Sith. But he is no longer whole. He has been encased within the armor that will...

The Awakening Diary

Ksenia Kozhenkova
in Fiction

Voice is Calling....

Deforestation—Causes, Effects, and Solutions

Emily Holland
in Science

Forests are vital to our Earth. Trees purify our air, filter our water, prevent erosion, and act as a buffer against climate change. They offer a home to plant and animal species while also providing ...

Zombies, and Werewolves and Cures, Oh My!

Sydnie Beaupré
in Entertainment

Hey guys! Some of you may not know this, but I'm an author. I write books! Yay for books! And one of the books I'm currently working on is of the zombie/dystopian/werewolf variety! I love reading zomb...