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    Children in Post Apocalypse Science Fiction

    Children are often said to be our future. But when the world is destroyed, what roles do they play? Is their a trend amongst science fiction in terms of how the children are treated? What is left for them to offer the world if the hopes of rebuilding are fruitless?

    • This is worth pursuing but may be broadened to include not just Sci-fi but really the post-apocalypse scenario in general. For example, I'm not sure if the Walking Dead is sci-fi but the role of children in that world raises similar issues. – rj2n 5 years ago
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    Being able to incorporate art and storytelling together to create a fluid and interesting storyline-whether with or with out superheroes-can be a difficult task. Whenever someone doesn’t consider it literature or sees it as “childish” they’re discounting a medium that has great potential to deliver a message in a way that no other genre can.

    Comics Without Superheroes: The Literary Value of Graphic Novels

    I often find video games allow me to release steam. In the end, video games are just another form of telling a story.

    The Effects of Violent Video Games: Blasting the Myth

    Great article! I quite enjoyed the Lovecraftian themes Bloodborne had to offer. It’s interesting to see how games take their inspiration from Lovecraft and put their own twist on the madness.

    The Resurgence of Lovecraftian Themes in Video Games

    Fallout 3 is the only game I’ve played that has left me feeling completely isolated even though there is someone in the other room. It truly is a haunting game.

    Loneliness in Fallout