Original Twitter conversation For the class theme, I petition that we can look at the Western deterioration of 2D art and animation in feature films.
Even though I have never paid much attention to it until recently, I’ve been in many groups. Besides the obvious family group and school groups that I have been participating in for most of my life, I have also been in volunteer groups, work groups and many other groups with different objectives and commonalities. The […]
Hello to all of my viewers (that don’t actually exist. I should probably work on that… Anyway, ) and welcome back to another exciting semester of blogging. I know it’s been kind of dead around here for a while, but your grand content creator is back to serve more critical thinking and observations on the […]
If there is one narrative that I have experienced that can be accurately described as a piece of transmedia, it would most definitely be Homestuck. Homestuck is a webcomic created by Andrew Hussie that started on April 13, 2009 and is still updating with new content now over six years later. It is about a […]
Like all things, this chapter of the journey must end. But it was not without learning many useful techniques and skills along the way. Going all the way back to the very first blog post I made, when I was only a wee start up and just beginning to grasp the concept of rhetoric and […]
Music is a strong rhetorical device that surrounds us nearly every day of our lives. It excites the senses, comes in a variety of flavors and appeals to people differently based on their tastes; sounds kind of like ice cream, doesn’t it? Unlike ice cream, a person’s musical choices can tell a lot about them, […]
By Brittany Rosario & Henry North In Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men Episode 45, “A Woman Who Could Fly,” the casting duo go over many things: Forge and the Adversary, the narrative impact of sexualization, the dynamic art stylings of Barry Windsor Smith, and colonialism; however, the main focus of this episode is Ororo […]
This is a short blog post dedicated to a collaborative project that I did for my Rhetoric course. If you would click here, you will be able to view the project in its entirety.
Horrible puns aside, when I first started taking notice of memes on the internet, it probably wasn’t until I was in college and actually used the internet for more than just school work, games and YouTube videos. For the most part, the entire subject of memes is an interesting one, because it is intriguing how […]
Whenever a product comes out, the company associated with it tries to have their marketing division do their best to create advertisements to not only make the public aware of the product, but they also do this to increase sales. Normally the advertisements use logos to appeal to the needs of the consumer, but will also […]