Cons in Kansas City: Naka-Kon

Naka-Kon is an annual convention dedicated to anime and its fans. Based in Overland Park, the convention draws hundreds of people from the Kansas City area, some guests even visit from out of state. Naka-Kon allows fans of Japanese animation, movies, video games, and culture to interact with others who share the same interests. In addition to fans, some artists, animators, and writers will be...
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Walker Watching

Since the 2010 zombie craze swept the nation the remnants of post-apocalyptic zombie movies and merchandise remain. While the cheap thrills swept the nation for the year, eventually it died out. Even so, six years after the undead took over our world, The Walking Dead still thrives. After the seventh season premiere, many fans are left in hysterics with a character Negan taking control and for...
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All the Debate About the Debate

The debate is a recent event that’s caused a mass of segregation between the people. A sudden shape of opinion formed from  to others by just saying three simple words… “I vote for”.   Park Hill South kids had a lot to say about the recent debates. In the recent debates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are running for office and have just had their first debate of the running of...
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Halloween Happiness

Is it just me, or every time September rolls around the first thing I think of is Halloween. I’m not sure if it’s the colder weather, leaves, jeans, or all of the above that gets me so beyond excited for this Holiday. Everyone is off doing their own thing either Halloween parties, handing out candy, or just staying inside watching old Halloween movies can sometimes be the best way to spend this...
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Season Six, Scare or Snore?

With the start of American Horror Story’s season six finally starting and the new season revealed, Ryan Murphy’s new ideas of horror have been provoking fans for better or worse. The season was kept as a secret until the premier date when the episode aired, revealing the theme of the season, “My Roanoke Nightmare.” “I’d heard things about Roanoke and I’d heard it was probably going to be called...
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