“Naturally Plastic”: An Interview with Creator Terrell Slater

Representation has always been an issue in the world of Barbie. There have been many complaints of lack of variety in hair color and body types. It seemed as though Barbie may have been taking a step forward in January 2016 with the release of “Curvy Barbie,” but nothing much has been seen from the brand since. But the community who has suffered the most … Continue reading “Naturally Plastic”: An Interview with Creator Terrell Slater

KCON17NY Through The Lens Of My First Visit [Guest]

This guest entry was written by MACG Community member Jessica of YouTube channel The Jess Lyfe. Views and opinions expressed in this entry are solely those of the guest contributor. After attending KCON in Paris and Los Angeles last year, I can definitely say that each stop has its own vibe. My first visit to New York for the convention was a fun experience, and JessLyfers made … Continue reading KCON17NY Through The Lens Of My First Visit [Guest]

[Interview] Charli Taft: From Charlotte to Charli

Charli Taft is a name you’ll definitely want to remember if you are interested in K-pop. The singer/songwriter from Liverpool has written songs for some of your favorite idols like Red Velvet, LOONA and Taemin of SHINee. I had the chance to talk to Charli soon after she released her single “Love Like You“ for SM Station. Read on to find out how she got started writing … Continue reading [Interview] Charli Taft: From Charlotte to Charli

Fans Bid Farewell To Fairy Tail

On July 26, fans said goodbye to the popular manga series “Fairy Tail” by manga artist Hiro Mashima. Eleven years ago, readers embarked on a journey with Dragon Slayer Natsu Dragneel and Celestial Mage Lucy Heartfilia as they fought their way through countless other mages and demons — and it wouldn’t be a fantasy series without a dragon or two! With their friends Gray Fullbuster, Erza Scarlet … Continue reading Fans Bid Farewell To Fairy Tail

Drummer Darren King Leaves Mutemath [Announcement & Opinion]

On Aug. 8, 2017 Paul Meany of New Orleans alternative group Mutemath released a statement bearing sad news. Darren King, drummer and a founding group member, has parted ways with the band and will no longer participate in Mutemath performances for the time being. This news comes as a most unexpected shock. Mutemath is currently gearing up for their latest tour, “Play Dead Live,” which … Continue reading Drummer Darren King Leaves Mutemath [Announcement & Opinion]

The Anime Man Presents: Top 100 Anime of All Time

Joey, also known as The Anime Man, is calling out to all anime lovers to help him create the Top 100 Anime of All Time according to the International Community! He asks all fans of the genre to share and spread the word about his poll and wants to know what the international anime community considers their favorite! This poll comes as a response to the … Continue reading The Anime Man Presents: Top 100 Anime of All Time

Visual Kei Band SuG To Take Indefinite Hiatus

In July it was announced that Japanese visual kei rock group SuG will be going on an indefinite hiatus. The shocking announcement was posted on their official website and as a result caused high traffic and eventually led to the site crashing. It is unknown as to why the hiatus is happening, but the group posted their deepest apology through the website and Facebook. The group’s … Continue reading Visual Kei Band SuG To Take Indefinite Hiatus

It’s a Cole World After All

In the world of K-pop, there is a certain expectation that comes along with attending a concert. It’s an expectation to be “wowed,” to be dazzled, to be blown off your feet, to have an experience that could cause a fan to label it as the “best concert ever.” It is a mighty expectation to live up to. Sometimes fans forget that the same standard … Continue reading It’s a Cole World After All

Logan: Breakdown and Review (Opinion – Spoilers)

Warning: Major spoilers and sadness ahead. “The world isn’t what it once was.” Time waits for no man. Not even the Wolverine. I will not profess to be a die-hard fan of the X-Men film franchise. Like many viewers, I enjoyed some while others left a poor taste in my mouth. That being said, the 2017 film, which is based on Steve McNiven and Mark … Continue reading Logan: Breakdown and Review (Opinion – Spoilers)