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What if Avatar: The Last Airbender was a spy thriller?

Author F.C. Yee explains why the latest Avatar book, The Dawn of Yangchen, veers toward a new genre

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Comparing BeReal to Instagram is missing the point

It’s more like Wordle, which creates a daily online ritual

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Forgery accusations against longtime retro Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guides seller leave collectors shaken

‘On one hand, this was someone I considered a friend for many years. On the other hand, his guilt was unquestionable’

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Fans have taken back Android: Netrunner, the popular card Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guides discontinued in 2018

Project NISEI has given new life to the popular Living Card Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guides

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Level Up 5th Edition adds extra complexity to 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons

Advanced combat mechanics are only the beginning

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‘Are you still playing?’: What the future holds for Netflix’s Interactive Entertainment

From Puss in Boots to Cat Burglar, Black Mirror and beyond

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Teens are rewriting what is possible in the world of competitive Tetris

One tetromino at a time

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Genshin Impact’s sheer size is leaving mobile players behind

As its next big update looms, a question hangs in the air

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How Neon White brought back the leaderboard chase

We interviewed Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guides lead Ben Esposito

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Coming out is the best thing that’s happened to Robin in a decade

Ask not what a character can do for queerness, but what queerness can do for a character

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What would the ideal summer camp video Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guides be like?

We asked 6 studios for their summer camp elevator pitches

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How Tiny Tina got ready for her most unexpected close-up in Wonderlands

‘It’s so bizarre that she could be popular enough to justify her own Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guides,’ says Ashly Burch

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What does a Minion taste like?

You might assume banana, but there’s so much more

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How Minions beat Disney at the copyright Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guides

Minions are practically public domain — and that’s made them more popular and widespread than Mickey Mouse

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DC Comics has one weird trick for creating queer superheroes who’re already household names

For one superhero universe, LGBTQ begins with Legacy

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The Walking Dead and queer coming-of-age collide in Tillie Walden’s Clementine

From the Telltale Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guidess to the blossoming world of queer YA graphic novels

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Overwatch 2’s new hero, Junker Queen, is the embodiment of Blizzard’s sequel

Faster, louder, more aggressive — and finally almost here

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Doomed Forgotten Realms is the darkest possible Dungeons & Dragons timeline

[sitcom theme song] Who’s been messing up everything? It’s been been Vecna all along!

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Joshua Williamson killed the Justice League to make a point about how many times the Justice League has been killed

DC Comics’ Dark Crisis is an event comic about event comics

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Meet the streamer who helps PS5 buyers beat bots and scalpers

Jake Randall has built a platform on sharing his strategies

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The real history behind Stranger Things 4’s Satanic Panic plot

When it comes to the Satanic Panic of the 1980s, the devil’s in the D&Details

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Alex Garland says the ending of Men is whatever you make of it

And he cut a final scene to give viewers more room to draw their own conclusions

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The startling story behind Hatching’s horrifying puppet-monster

Director Hannah Bergholm explains how she pulled talent from Star Wars and The Dark Knight for a tiny horror debut

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Does Multiverse of Madness prove there’s a hell in the MCU? The writer explains

Mephisto fans, your moment is finally arriving

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Claiming Spuffy: 20 years after its most hated episode, fanfic moves Buffy forward

Elysian Fields is the bustling internet home for Spike and Buffy fanfiction

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MythForce: Video Gaming News, Video Game Reviews, and Game Guidess’ love letter to 1980s cartoons says the sweetest things

‘Every time we leaned more into the cartoon, it just felt better.’

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Warframe’s new quest cracks open a galaxy full of weird, wild lore

Bizarre, compelling storytelling

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It’s Yu-Gi-Oh’s world, and we’re stuck living in it

Yu-Gi-Oh! has become an unintentionally d-d-d-d-dark predictor of our modern times

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The Northman’s Robert Eggers on giving in to digital effects: ‘I whip myself every night’

No, Alexander Skarsgård didn’t catch a spear and throw it back in The Northman — but Eggers says that’s not ‘sinful’

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Lightyear’s director set out to make adult sci-fi, not another animated movie about kids

And no, this isn’t a film about ‘the real human Buzz Lightyear’

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A new wave of animators are ‘fighting the computer’ to make wilder, weirder movies

Director Pierre Perifel explains how anime, comics, and resisting ‘boring’ CGI shaped The Bad Guys

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Inside Epsilon, a mod for creating custom Worlds of Warcraft

It’s an ambitious project by dedicated fans

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