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    Angel Cruz

    Angel Cruz is a writer and boy band scholar. You can also find her at Book Riot for endless discussion and flailing over all things literature. Ice cream, Broadway musicals, and Arashi are her lifeblood.

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  • The Fault in Our Stars: A Quiet, Infinite Film

    The Fault in Our Stars: A Quiet, Infinite Film0

    • June 18, 2014

    Just before Julius Caesar informs Brutus that “the fault . . . is not in our stars,” he makes a more startling observation: “Men at some time are masters of their fates.” The qualification, “at some time,” is key to understanding The Fault in Our Stars, a film already powered by a devoted fanbase to top

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  • Moonie Musings: Revisiting the Sailor Moon Manga (Volume 1)

    Moonie Musings: Revisiting the Sailor Moon Manga (Volume 1)0

    Fighting evil by moonlight? You’re not alone. Sailor Moon made history as one of the most popular shoujo (traditionally, manga and anime targeted towards a younger female audience) manga ever released, and 2014 is shaping up to be the year of the Senshi. July 5th will see the start of a new animated series, Sailor

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