Find it here: A Weighty Matter
Writer bloggeray, tells a short story about self-image and marriage.
The short story is about the struggles of a young man, as he confronts his own body image as well as the expectations of his culture; specifically, the idea that he should be married. Read it if you want a brief, but well crafted story of a man dealing with pressures from the outside world.
Find it here: Knowing Your Role
Gamer mrluvvaluvva, writes about his experience with classes and roles in the first-person shooter Overwatch.
A brief, entertaining post about the importance of being a team player and knowing your role in the online game Overwatch. Specifically, how switching to a support class can increase your enjoyment of the game.
Find it here: 5 Tips On Blogging From A Beginner To A Beginner
Blogger crystalamay, gives all of us some tips for starting a new blog.
A helpful post that provides some advice in the form of an easy-to-read list, from someone who has been there before. It’s a good read for anyone who’s struggling with starting their own blog or website.
Find it here: The Broken Sign
Creator babbitman, writes a short story about a Broken Sign.
The short story is about a highway sign that accidentally receives artificial intelligence. I don’t want to spoil it all here, but read it for an intriguing and somewhat comedic look into a familiar topic.
Find it here: How Much Longer Can DC Survive Mediocrity?
Creator thenerdcritic, details the issues of Suicide Squad.
The post is about how the DC Cinematic Universe will survive after Suicide Squad’s less than stellar performance when it came to reviewers and other critics. Check it out for an interesting editorial about superheroes, movies and comic books.
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