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Today’s on-screen heroes not always ‘super’

Today’s on-screen heroes not always ‘super’

Pat Mullane

January 11, 2015


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

Before Superman, there was Hercules.  Before Omar Little, there was Robin Hood. From Greek mythology to comic books, from English folklore to modern day television, stories and tales of heroism have been engraved in our pop culture since the beginning of time. Read More »...

A love-hate relationship: Television’s anti-hero archetype reflects society

A love-hate relationship: Television’s anti-hero archetype reflects society

Cooper Packard

October 12, 2014


Filed under Arts/Life, Film & TV

As fall television season kicks into gear, viewers are dusting off their remotes and preparing for the return of their favorites. It’s time to say out with that Netflix documentary, and in with the likes of “Modern Family,” fresh after nabbing its fifth Emmy Award for Best Comedy Series in a row. Meanwhile, the Drama Seri...

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