Book Review: An Atlas of Tolkien

By: Mason Johnson Middle Earth is one of the most detailed fictional universes in all of the literature, and many accompanying resource materials exist to explain these complexities to readers.

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Journey of The Hero (Not the One You’re Thinking)

By: Mason Johnson WALESKA, Ga. — At some point in your life, you likely encountered a narrative structure known as the “Hero’s Journey,” which likely preceded the claim that every story

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Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind Review

By: Mason Johnson In the distant future, humanity is pushed to the brink. Life is often cut short due to war or toxic air that pollutes the forest. In one

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Film Review: Castle in the Sky

By: Mason Johnson Last year at Walmart I purchased two films: Princess Mononoke, and Castle in the Sky. I have heard of Studio Ghibli through my traverses across nerd/geek culture but never watched

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Is Good Art Worth an Artists’ Suffering?

By Mason Johnson Waleska, GA.- Art as a passion has always been an expensive affair. Those that attained success in their life had the backing of the bourgeois class, such

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