Weekly comic run-down Feb. 10, 2017  The women of DC Comics take centre stage this week as both Wonder Woman and Batwoman get new releases
Feb10

Weekly comic run-down Feb. 10, 2017 The women of DC Comics take centre stage this week as both Wonder Woman and Batwoman get new releases

By: Hess Shalollbey Detective Comics: Rise of the Batmen Writer: James Tynion IV   Artist: Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira, Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez How would batman pass on the torch to the next generation? We see the answer to that question in Detective Comics where Batman recruits a team of protégés to help him defend Gotham City. This team of crime fighters includes Red Robin, Spoiler and the former villain, Clayface as they go...

Culinary class act: the V-Spot Downtown dundas cafe and eatery offers a diverse vegan menu and comfortable study spots
Feb02

Culinary class act: the V-Spot Downtown dundas cafe and eatery offers a diverse vegan menu and comfortable study spots

By: Adrianna Michell What it is  The V-Spot Vegan Café & Eatery is like the cool vegan mom on the block, and they’re bringing delicious ethical eats to Hamilton one wrap at a time. You’ve probably already seen the V-Spot on your Instagram feed without even realizing it. Their vegan dishes are a treat for the eye and the stomach. Serving smoothies, wraps and bowls the V-Spot is ideal for lunch with friends or a study date. How to...

Weekly comic run-down Jan. 28, 2017 Archie's latest collection sets the stage for the new Riverdale television show, Nightwing breaks out of Batman's shadow and the future of the earth is put into the hands of two new Green Lanterns
Jan28

Weekly comic run-down Jan. 28, 2017 Archie's latest collection sets the stage for the new Riverdale television show, Nightwing breaks out of Batman's shadow and the future of the earth is put into the hands of two new Green Lanterns

By: Hess Shalollbey Road to Riverdale Stories By: Mark Waid, Chip Zdarsky, Adam Hughes Audrey Mok, Marguerite Bennett, Cameron DeOrdio and Tom DeFalco Artists: Fiona Staples, Erica Henderson, Adam Hughes, Audrey Mok, Sandy Jarrell, Andre Szymanowicz, José Villarrubia, Jen Vaughn, Kelly Fitzpatrick and Jack Morelli Road to Riverdale may at first seem like a comic book that’s based on a television show that’s based on a comic book....

Weekly comic run-down Jan. 23, 2017 Seth Rollins takes centre stage while both The Flash and Batman become teachers to new students
Jan23

Weekly comic run-down Jan. 23, 2017 Seth Rollins takes centre stage while both The Flash and Batman become teachers to new students

By: Hess Sahlollbey WWE # 1 Writer: Dennis Hopeless   Artist: Serg Acuña While the WWE has tried for decades to publish a comic book based on its characters and properties, they’ve struggled to make an organic conversion of the pageantry and long-form storytelling. What sets WWE # 1 from Boom! Studios apart from its predecessors however is that the storyline builds directly on events that have played out in the WWE. The ongoing...

Power of performance and poetry McMaster School of Social Work’s We Are Not the Others tells real stories of Hamilton immigrants
Nov17

Power of performance and poetry McMaster School of Social Work’s We Are Not the Others tells real stories of Hamilton immigrants

By: Michael Dennis “I think I have seen a light shining strong across the river, the day will slowly overcome this cold… I keep paddling firmly, and deep within I smile… there is a voice calling me, ‘keep rowing, keep going!’” These are the words that open Izad Etemadi’s play We Are Not the Others, a play that aims to explore immigrant struggles through the real stories of immigrant women in Hamilton. The performance was held at the...

REVIEW: “The Measure of a Man” Stéphane Brizé's newest film lets main character Thierry decide between roles
Oct26

REVIEW: “The Measure of a Man” Stéphane Brizé's newest film lets main character Thierry decide between roles

By: Hess Sahlollbey From our first introduction to the central character of “The Measure of a Man” it is evident that things are not going well and don’t look to be getting better any time soon. It’s easy to compare main character Thierry, a middle-aged man, long out of work and short on prospects to another contemporary character, Walter White. Both characters embodied the 21st- century labourer whose lives...