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UNF alumni Kristen Brazell and Stephanie Dzikowski dressed as Sailor Scouts. 

Photo by Michael Herrera

The con life: nerds, magical girls, and fandom crossovers at WasabiCon 2015

Shannon Pulusan November 3, 2015
Superheroes, zombie schoolgirls and many more costumed comrades came together to celebrate all things nerd.
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Now Playing: long expositions and titan fist fights galore in Attack on Titan sequel

Shannon Pulusan November 2, 2015
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.
Graphic by Caitlyn Broyles

Book review: Murakami has nothing to be embarrassed about in Wind/Pinball

Shannon Pulusan October 22, 2015
Haruki Murakami turns back the clock to re-introduce contemporary audiences to his first two published works in "Wind/Pinball: Two Novels".
Toro y Moi appeared under pink lighting with their opening song, “Half Dome.”
Photo taken by Shannon Pulusan

Toro y Moi sets the groove for an interstellar disco at Freebird Live

Shannon Pulusan October 13, 2015
Freebird Live enjoyed a masterful performance courtesy of Astronauts, etc. and Toro y Moi.
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Now Playing: Blood, guts and ridiculous romance in the Attack on Titan movie

Shannon Pulusan October 2, 2015
The hit manga is transformed into a bizarre, live-action spectacle that will leave you shocked, speechless and confused.
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Letting go of fantasy with When Marnie Was There

Shannon Pulusan September 24, 2015
The legendary Studio Ghibli reflects on friendship and grief in what may be their final film.
‘Go Set a Watchman: The so-so draft with a Pulitzer Prize backstory

‘Go Set a Watchman’: The so-so draft with a Pulitzer Prize backstory

Shannon Pulusan July 22, 2015
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.
Colorless Tsukuru’s strengths lie in its exploration of friendship, maturity and forgiveness.
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Book Review: Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage

Shannon Pulusan February 14, 2015
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.
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