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    Thanks to my wonderfully annoying sister (I hope she's not reading this), we were able to attend the New York Comic Con, where I ­purchased a signed copy of Halloween Eve by Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder. This is one of the best comics to read right before Halloween, giving you a great treat ...
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    How can you sum up the life and memories of a Holocaust survivor, husband, and ­father in a graphic novel? Art Spiegelman undertakes this tremendous task in a fictional biographical memoir that tries to catalog the memories of his father, weaving between two timelines: an aged widower in 1970s New ...
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    For those who know of the legendary storytelling of Hayao Miyasaki, one of the world’s greatest animation directors, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, is another one of Miyazaki’s best, channeling into another medium of art, manga. Nausicaä is the story of a post- apocalyptic world in which ...
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    “This is the garden, still and green. “There is a humming somewhere. “Someone was burning. “Someone was gone.”- Neil Gaiman, Black Orchid And she came back again. Black Orchid is a story about violence and violent deaths and the hope in rebirth, in the strange and intertwined li...
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    Creators of the award-winning Resistance series continue with the second volume of their series, expanding on the spreading of World War 2 and the continuing efforts of the Tessiar family towards freedom in Defiance. In the second volume, Paul Tessiar continues to do small tasks for the French Resis...
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    “Remember that all through history, there have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they seem invincible. But in the end, they always fall. Always.” ? Mahatma Gandhi, Gandhi Victory is the final installment of the critically acclaimed graphic novel series, Resistance, depicting a d...
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    Who said comic books weren’t serious? Resistance is the first book of the Sydney Taylor Award-winning series, portraying the story of two children in World War 2 France, as their whole lives suddenly get sharper and realer when the war threatens their Jewish friend. Paul Tessier is a young man in ...
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    Due to average American or adult ideology, animation is usually a film genre reserved for the callow cartoons or those of little cognitive comprehension or critical cinematic appreciation. However, Spirited Away is the silence to that question and the harmony, suppressing all scoffers is a final hus...
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    Korra and Koh the Face Stealer “Mako” Suddenly Korra sensed a familiar presence behind her. Turning around she sees an image of an airbender who is not Tenzin. “Aang,” Korra calls in relief. Running towards him, she reaches out her hand toward him, her hand passing through vapor, o...
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    From the creators of the popular Tsubasa Chronicles and Cardcaptor Sakura, comes a paranormal tale of horror, humor, and boy-boy romance! Designed as a prequel to the darkly renowned series, X, Tokyo Babylon is set in 1991 Japan, in the final days of a Bubble economy where those who have the money a...
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    Tell us about personal, social or family challenges you have faced. How have you dealt with them and how have they shaped your thinking? What if this college essay was not our first impression? I wouldn’t know what you’d think of me if you saw me on the streets of Manhattan, or Brooklyn, or...
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    There in the garden Of Light and sun and the rain Lies Nameless Sorrow On this day birds shall not sing To honor that song Which will never be once sung The Music of Reeds Sounds hollow by the dark pond And trees dare not grow How lovely would silence be But it shan't be so For ga...
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    Seven Deadly Sins Cast: Dr. Faustus Lucifer Pride Covetousness Envy Wrath Gluttony Sloth Lechery Setting: 21st century, United States After Mephistopheles conjures the Seven Deadly Sins, the room around Dr. Faustus goes dark as night. As the light slowly appears it reveals the stat...
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    (Eva stops at a shoe case in her living room, first unwinding her scarf, and then taking off her coat and then bends down to take off her shoes.) (A stylish looking girl comes in through an entrance, wearing an unusual ensemble) Natalie: (sees the girl bending down to get slippers and a large,...
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    Spinning. The world had started spinning. I saw a woman, a dancer, dragged gracefully, attempting an arabesque on rippling water. I could feel her growing heavier, as she fought to stay on her axis, trying to leap away, just as her partner would grab her back by her wrist, and entrap her in his arms...
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    INTERIOR DAY- SCHOOL MUSIC ROOM The scene opens in a dim music room, the black stands and chairs are empty and unattended, everything in the room is peacefully and sadly quiet, except for a young women named CHARLIE sitting alone, playing a nostalgic song by a black piano, filling the room with ...
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    Coffee hits the bloodstream like an elixir, and again starts another day like most days of lethargy: classes, exams, high school. It’s not that I don’t love it, I do. I love holding a new book in my hands, daunting and unbelievable lists of classics and bestsellers, learning about everything fro...
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    Since 1914, German and American associations had fallen with several German naval attacks on neutral ships and sparked into hostile warfare with the Arch Duke Ferdinand’s assignation. Prior to the official declaration of war, President Wilson promised a “neutral name” for America, keeping the ...
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    Thesis: The eras of post-war independence in India and South Africa have comprised of several political/ economic changes that have paralleled and contrasted each other. South Africa and India correspondingly experienced population bombs, ethnic conflicts, governmental instabilities, and other soci...
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    While Isolationism had once spanned America’s political spectrum, convincing the U.S. population to remain neutral in ww2, approaching circumstances would provide provocative reason for entering the war. Due to economic hardships, German resentment, and Authoritarian nationalism, racist jingoism i...
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    The end of the 20th century featured a wide range of social, political, and economic upheavals that forever changed the face of the United States, including the rise of Republicanism in office, the election of Bush, the Persian War, anti-immigration sentiment, and LA riots. The outcome of the Electi...
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    The decision leading up to the U.S. bombing Japan, regardless of the consequences post-attack, was focused on the tensions between the Pacific and U.S. and major events leading to the termination of WW2. Such war incidents, like the Pearl Harbor Bombing, impassioned the United States into a hostile ...
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    “The war that begun with Pearl arbor rapidly escalated into scattered fighting across a region of the world far larger than all of Europe.- Out of Many” Six months after the Pearl Harbor bombing, the U.S. worked to recover naval advantage in the central Pacific and began its mission to halt Jap...
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    Big Stick During America’s big development in the course of the 20th century, as the U.S. became a greater, more aggressive world power, especially in the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt. “Speak softly and carry a big stick,” was the favorite motto of Roosevelt, especially in the Caribbean d...
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    “Make Love, Not War”- Woodstock, 1969. How did the social conformity of the 1950s come to face the recalcitrant anti-war movement of the 1960s? Considering the youth of the last decade was also evidently defiant to the conservative parental-type authorities at the time with innovations in music ...

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