Here are some of the best online comics for your reading pleasure this summer.
The last film to be shot in Saskatchewan with the help of the provincial tax credit, Ferocious only solidifies Saskatchewan’s reputation for quality film making.
Set in Denmark during the latter half of the 18th century, A Royal Affair features Alicia Vikander as Queen Caroline Mathilde recounting her life in Denmark’s high court.
This March printmaking students in their second year will get their own chance to shine. A group show, I Ink Therefore I Am, will be held at the Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming gallery in downtown Saskatoon.
Christ vs Krishna’s third release since the band’s formation in 2009 mixes vintage rock and new wave to create songs that are unique in this contemporary music world but also radio-accessible. The end result is a refreshing mix of songs that will make you feel like you’re either enjoying yourself at a pub in 2013 or at a rock concert in the late 1980s.
Over the last decade, Alberta-raised singer Sora has made a strong showing with two albums and an EP. The success of her Celtic influenced melodies and narrative lyrics only continues on her third album Scorpion Moon, slated for release Feb. 28.
Exams are the test of your knowledge and experience in a subject. They are a way to show that you can apply what you have learned to the outside world. They are also a nightmare to the underprepared and stressed. With everything going on in the winter season, study habits can quickly spiral out of control. To help prepare you for your upcoming final exams here’s a list of tips and tricks for studying and getting the most out of that hefty 30-40 per cent chunk of your grade.
It’s not uncommon for comic creators to dream about seeing their work on the screen, whether large or small. For local writer Kurtis Wiebe this dream is about to become a reality. On Oct. 11, BBC Worldwide Productions and Quality Transmedia announced that they would be producing a motion comic based on his historical fiction series, Peter Panzerfaust.
Whether you’ve grown up only vaguely aware of the films or were born with a lightsaber in your hand, it’s hard to deny the impact George Lucas’s Star Wars franchise has had on the entertainment industry. Now, 35 years after the release of the first film, the series has a new hope.
Vancouver-based indie rock band Mother Mother is back on the scene with its fourth album, The Sticks, a year since their last album. The five-piece group is going strong, complimenting their existential themes, melancholy and introspective lyrics with driving beats and catchy instrumentals.