I think it is safe to say that it has been quite the week, but instead of focusing on all the negativity in this world, let us finish the work week with some positive, inspiring articles from a selection of new #Creators.
The release of Marvel's latest superhero blockbuster, Doctor Strange, has resulted in some killer content. Meanwhile some of you guys have been experimenting with new and exciting hashtags, such as #literature and #photography. It has been so much fun to read about such a variety of topics so keep 'em coming. So yes, it has been quite the week, but in this case I mean that in a good way. From Battlefield to #comics, allow me to introduce you to this week's cool kids.
The "Strange" Success Of The Marvel Movie Formula BY Ariel Graham
Whilst Europeans have been able to run to their nearest cinema to check out #DoctorStrange fora while now, the movie only just opened in the United States, and with success. The Sorcerer Supreme sure did not disappoint #Marvel fans, and after releases such as Iron Man and Guardians of the Galaxy, Ariel Graham could not help but notice a pattern in their movies. Has Marvel finally perfected its formula?
5 Things I Learned about Photography by Taking Lousy Photos BY Amy Sutherland
I am by no means a great photographer but, like many others, I do enjoy to snap a picture or two when I am on holiday. I am always looking for ways to improve, which is why I was super stoked when I came across Amy Sutherland's #photography tips and tricks. Her article proves that you can most definitely learn from your mistakes, and thankfully, she was kind enough to pass on the lessons she has learned.
Check Out The Online Release Of The Award-Winning Psychedelic Horror Film 'Pray BY Cláudio Ellovitch
You can say many things about the horror genre, but one thing's for sure, it is one of the most versatile genres out there. From #foundfootage to good old jump scares, we continue to see creative individuals put a new spin on existing sub-genres. #Pray is a #horror short that combines symbolism, stunning visuals and a surreal narrative that will have you glued to your screen. Cláudio explains why Pray is a must-see!
Blogging In The Past, Present & Future. How It Started On MySpace And How Now It's All About Comics BY Joseph McLean
Remember MySpace, kids? That platform where you used to share your love for music and interact with friends? Yes, that cool place. Well, #blogging has come a long way since then, and with the rise #socialmedia and other platforms, such as Tumblr and Reddit, it has become far more accessible to the masses. In his article, Joseph McLean talks about his own blogging journey; past, present and future.
Gilmore Girls as Rosie the Riveter to Celebrate Girl Power just in time for the Gilmore Girls Revival BY Erin Cheyne
I am beyond excited for Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life. Yes, bey-ond excited. From Lorelai and Rory to Stars Hollow and the funny dialogue; I cannot wait to fall in love with this show all over again. Thanks #Netflix. Erin Cheyne got creative and illustrated each female character as Rosie the Riveter. Why? Because Lorelai, Sookie, Rory and all the other woman on the #GilmoreGirls are badass, strong women with a passion.
Battlefield 1: A Reminder of one of History’s Bloodiest and Most Brutal Wars BY James Pitchner
Whether in movies, television or gaming; World War I and World War II continue to be a lesson and an inspiration for storytelling. With its big fights, bombing raids and the development and use of advanced artillery, it comes as no surprise that #Battlefield1 was able to draw from this significant historical event. James Pitchner takes a look at its features, its game mode, and how this could be a return to form for the series.
The Biggest Question Doctor Strange Doesn't Answer BY Tushar
Though Marvel fans enjoyed Doctor Strange, some left the cinema with even more questions than they came with. The film made Tushar doubt the consistency of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in particular with regards to the character of Doctor Strange. He believes Marvel left too many questions unanswered because it was probably most convenient for them and the #MCU. Here is what he has to say.