Wanted: Season three After viewers flocked to Young Justice on Netflix, networks consider bringing it back
Mar03

Wanted: Season three After viewers flocked to Young Justice on Netflix, networks consider bringing it back

by By: Hess Sahlollbey Since it began in 2010, Young Justice has been critically acclaimed and has garnered a passionate following. However, it wasn’t until Young Justice was added to Netflix at the start of February that the fandom has set the internet ablaze in a bid to push for a third season. When series creator Greg Weisman tweeted that Netflix was looking at viewing numbers to create a third season, I decided to pitch in and...

[GALLERY] Alessia Cara The Brampton native and Def Jam signee gave a fantastic performance at TwelvEighty that further cemented her as a talent to watch
Jan14

[GALLERY] Alessia Cara The Brampton native and Def Jam signee gave a fantastic performance at TwelvEighty that further cemented her as a talent to watch

by Alessia Cara took to the TwelvEighty stage on Jan 13 to serenade the audience with a slew of her hits, including “Here”. Related Posts 2016-17 Vice-Presidents overviewBlake Oliver — Vice-President (Education)Ryan MacDonald — Vice-President (Finance)...

[REVIEW] Nothing Much To Do YouTube shouldn’t be your go-to for cute dog videos alone. It boasts a strong array of young creatives translating their literary adaptations to the small screen, including the New Zealand-based The Candle Wasters
Dec03

[REVIEW] Nothing Much To Do YouTube shouldn’t be your go-to for cute dog videos alone. It boasts a strong array of young creatives translating their literary adaptations to the small screen, including the New Zealand-based The Candle Wasters

by In an era that has witnessed the steady rise of YouTube and its own brand of celebrities, it seemed only natural that literary web series adaptations would find their way into the vlogging sphere at some point. Well known for their reimagining of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice into 2012’s Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Pemberley Digital has led this up and coming genre, lining up the ranks with the Emma adaptation Emma Approved, and...

Uncanny X-Men ends with a bang The Brian Michael Bendis-written series concludes with an important revelation on the part of one of its main characters, Iceman. The significance of it will be felt across the LGBTQ+ comics-reading community and beyond
Nov12

Uncanny X-Men ends with a bang The Brian Michael Bendis-written series concludes with an important revelation on the part of one of its main characters, Iceman. The significance of it will be felt across the LGBTQ+ comics-reading community and beyond

by By: Trisha Gregorio/Andy Writer Last Wednesday, Nov. 5, right in the middle of our very own Mac Pride week, Uncanny X-Men No. 600 came out with an important reveal nestled in its pages: character Bobby Drake, better known as Iceman, is gay. As one of the X-Men franchise’s oldest and most beloved mutants, the Iceman’s sexuality has been a contested topic since the release of All-New X-Men No. 40 on April 22 of this year. Time travel...

Canada Cup Attracting some of the best in the fighting game community, Canada Cup proved that e-sports is best experienced together with the fans that drive the scene
Nov05

Canada Cup Attracting some of the best in the fighting game community, Canada Cup proved that e-sports is best experienced together with the fans that drive the scene

by This past weekend, I spent time with some of the world’s most talented, intelligent and fierce fighters at Canada Cup. Hajime “Tokido” Taniguchi, Daryl “SnakeEyez” Lewis and Bruce “GamerBee” Hsiang duked it out for a $15,000 pot bonus. Fierce punches, swift roundhouses and fireballs were perfectly executed until one competitor was left standing. It was an unforgettable show for the 600 attendees at the Sheraton Toronto Airport...

Lady Gaga’s new video is a must-see “Till It Happens to You” points out the hypocritical assumptions that sexual assault victims are met with from the rest of society and calls for the end of such toxic rape culture
Oct08

Lady Gaga’s new video is a must-see “Till It Happens to You” points out the hypocritical assumptions that sexual assault victims are met with from the rest of society and calls for the end of such toxic rape culture

by By: Sunanna Bhasin Lady Gaga’s video for her latest song “Til It Happens to You” opens with a trigger warning explaining that it contains graphic content but “reflects the reality of what is happening daily on college campuses.” In other words, this video needs to be seen. The video challenges common views regarding sexual assault. There’s no “obviously-shady-looking character” that initiates the first attack. Gaga reveals the...