The first time I saw Wonder Woman, I asked my dad what he thought and he replied, “I liked it. It was good.” This simple response boggled my mind.
There are a few things that the majority of villains have. They have a motive, opportunity, and some connection to the main character, assuming that the protagonist is a hero. But what makes a villain good at being bad?
by Kate Jameson Storytelling is an art no matter what form it takes. I’ve always had a passion for theater, but it wasn’t until college
by Josh Beaumont “There are always two sides to every story” is a line we’ve all heard whenever an argument is at hand. The same
by Kathleen O’Malley First of all, my title was technically untrue. Your character does exist, although only in your mind for now. If you write
“What’s in your secret heart?” a professor recently wrote on my creative nonfiction homework. At first I laughed. “Secret heart”? Please. But then I thought about what it meant for the piece.