Film adaptations can kill the comic book stigma

Friday, March 16th, 2007

March 16, 2007 Ed Cartoon

In recent years several famous comic books, including the Frank Miller graphic novels 300 and Sin City, have been made into Hollywood films.

While the films’ quality has varied, their creation has caused some critics to question the validity of interpreting comic books into film. (read more)

300 movie reviewer on crack

Friday, March 16th, 2007

Re: “300 redefines epic as only 300 buff, sweaty Spartans can”
Mar. 13, 2007

To the Editor
If The Gazette believes 300 deserves four out of five stars, its math skills need checking. (read more)

USC VP candidates unfairly criticized

Friday, March 16th, 2007

Re: “USC VP elections lack solid candidates”
Mar. 9, 2007

To the Editor:
I was appalled by Arzie Chant’s letter about the lack of University Students’ Council VP-election candidates. (read more)

Past music important

Friday, March 16th, 2007

Re: “Time to move past past’s music”
Mar. 14, 2007

To the Editor:
I just read Andrew Sullivan’s article about what he deems “nostalgia acts.” I wasn’t bothered by his blatant disregard for how much today’s artists are influenced by their predecessors and I let the whole part about people sadly longing for the “good old days” fly by without a hint of animosity. (read more)


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