Superheroes, zombie schoolgirls and many more costumed comrades came together to celebrate all things nerd.
Author: Shannon Pulusan
Attack on Titan returns to the big screen in “Attack on Titan: End of the World” with more of the same intensity of the first film and some needed answers to vital questions.
Haruki Murakami turns back the clock to re-introduce contemporary audiences to his first two published works in “Wind/Pinball: Two Novels”.
Freebird Live enjoyed a masterful performance courtesy of Astronauts, etc. and Toro y Moi.
The hit manga is transformed into a bizarre, live-action spectacle that will leave you shocked, speechless and confused.
The legendary Studio Ghibli reflects on friendship and grief in what may be their final film.
In the “new to us” semi-sequel, readers meet a grown-up Jean “Scout” Louise and gain more insight into the pro-segregation opinions of some of the original “To Kill a Mockingbird” characters.
Author Haruki Murakami ventures away from the ambiguity and unsettling wonder of his idiosyncratic magical realism fiction with his novel Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage.
Movie review: Studio Ghibli’s newest animated film, “The Tale of Princess Kaguya,” is dynamic, beautiful and full of uniquely modernized folklore, though still a little weak in plot.