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Netflix’s Live Action Adaptation of The Last Airbender, Part II: Potential for Success or Destined to Flop?

By Olivia Snyder, Co-Editor Two weeks ago, I published an analysis of the newly released cast list for the upcoming live action adaptation of the beloved Last Airbender cartoon. The planned Netflix series has been surrounded by a lot of buzz and fan theories since the initial announcement first dropped in 2018, and longtime devoteesContinue reading “Netflix’s Live Action Adaptation of The Last Airbender, Part II: Potential for Success or Destined to Flop?”

Netflix’s D.P. is the Korean Drama for Those Who Don’t Like Korean Dramas

By Anthony Chau Score: 9/10 In my humble uncultured opinion, D.P., a miniseries that serves as an exposé to the horrifying toxic military culture in South Korea, offers some of the best viewing experiences that Korean drama has to offer.  I have a love-hate relationship with Korean dramas. I’ve tried watching many but have onlyContinue reading “Netflix’s D.P. is the Korean Drama for Those Who Don’t Like Korean Dramas”

September 6th Newsletter

By Olivia Snyder, Co-Editor Dear TSS Readers, Happy Monday. We are delighted to announce that the first episode of our new podcast is now live! Co-editor and lead Path writer Benjamin Rose, Staff Writer Holly Ross, TSS Staff Writer Anthony Chau, and I discussed the new Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf movie on Netflix. TuneContinue reading “September 6th Newsletter”

Is It Okay to Like Castlevania? Part 2: Lenore and Problematic Characters in Fiction

By Anthony Chau *SPOILERS FOR CASTLEVANIA SEASON 3 AND 4 AHEAD* Okay, I’ll admit it. Part of the reason why Castlevania’s third and fourth seasons were so entertaining for me was watching Lenore seduce and trick Hector, a human Forgemaster, into giving up his free will to become a slave for the four vampire queensContinue reading “Is It Okay to Like Castlevania? Part 2: Lenore and Problematic Characters in Fiction”

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