When Mortals Become Legends

By Alex Maxwell, C.R. Lyles and Cara Young On November 12, 2018, Stan Lee,  Co-founder of Marvel Comic, was declared dead. According to “The Hollywood Reporter,” Lee tragically passed away at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California at the age of 95. Although many people may recognize him from his infamous cameos in the Marvel movies, he was known for in the comic community. When … Continue reading When Mortals Become Legends

Fantastic Isn’t the Word I’d Use

By Cara Young Disappointment blooms in the hearts of Hufflepuffs and Slytherins alike as the Fantastic Beast sequel hit theaters with an execution nearly devoid of the light we have come to expect from the Harry Potter series. Despite the past success of writer-director pairing, J.K. Rowling and David Yates seem to have hit a wall with creating a franchise out of Newt Scamander and … Continue reading Fantastic Isn’t the Word I’d Use

Black Friday Bruises or Cyber Monday Sales

By Rachel Bryd As Black Friday approaches yet again, Lone Star College students are debating whether they will be risking the crowd to shop Black Friday deals. According to The Balance, an economic website, the number of shoppers in 2017 on Thanksgiving and Black Friday declined by 4% from the previous year. This leads one to believe that the interest in the famous shoppers holiday … Continue reading Black Friday Bruises or Cyber Monday Sales

A Titan Has Fallen

By Cara Young Stan Lee, the father of Marvel Comics, has passed away at the age of 95. Stan Lee became an entertainment icon upon creating several prominent characters such as Spiderman, Wolverine and Black Panther. He became a household name soon following the big screen adaptations of Marvel Comics stories, starting with Iron Man in 2005. Lee revolutionized the comic industry creating diverse, three … Continue reading A Titan Has Fallen