Former Marvel editor Christian Cooper became a familiar name on social media and cable news networks a few months ago when he was harassed by a woman while birdwatching in Central Park, and now he's turning his experiences into the free lead story for a new DC anthology titled Represent! … [Read more...] about DC tells stories of “personal experiences, unheard voices, and social revolution” in Represent!
Telling your personal story
In an interview with EW, Favreau explains that the new season will tell a "larger story" than Season 1. "The stories become less isolated, yet each episode has its own flavor, and hopefully we're bringing a lot more scope to the show," he said. "Everything gets bigger, the stakes get higher, but also the personal story between the Child and the Mandalorian develops in a way I think people will enjoy." … [Read more...] about Baby Yoda Returns In First Mandalorian Season 2 Images
Stranger Things season 4 castWhile the accountants at Netflix will probably be tearing their hair out at the thought of finding money to pay a massive ensemble of stars who’ll be considerably more expensive than they were as unknowns back in 2016, don’t expect too many changes in the Stranger Things season 4 cast. Though we’ve probably seen the last of Dacre Montgomery as Billy (even in a sci-fi show it’s tricky coming back from being repeatedly impaled by a monster) we’d be surprised if any of the Hawkins regulars were missing, something which has been confirmed by a cast reading video. … [Read more...] about Stranger Things season 4: release date theories, trailer, Hopper’s return, more
The images come via Entertainment Weekly. While they don't reveal any new characters, we can see many the returning cast, including Pedro Pascal as the titular bounty hunter, Gina Carano as Cara Dune, and Carl Weathers as Greef. And of course, Baby Yoda, aka The Child, is featured too. Check out Mando and Baby Yoda below, and the others over at EW. … [Read more...] about Baby Yoda Is Back In The First Mandalorian Season 2 Images
For now, the future of alt controllers seems to rest squarely on the issue of preservation. "Projects, often unique artifacts, that are focused on physical co-location have to physically travel or be reconstructed locally, and there are many issues that impact the public's access to them: costs, funding, geographical inequality, borders, inaccessible interfaces, curatorial bias, and much more," said Llagostera. Documentation and preservation are crucial, but challenging. Marcotte, whose work often includes unique objects that can't be reproduced, is concerned about how physical items deteriorate or get thrown out. "There are so many games that have already been lost," they said. "The closest thing alt controllers have to an archive is ShakeThatButton.com, and that's wholly digital." … [Read more...] about Alternate controllers in a world we can’t touch