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Goodbye columns are scattered throughout this paper and while I can't speak for any of my colleagues, mine is more for me than it is for you. I don't mean be egotistical and say I don't care about you, dear reader, but I needed some space to layout exactly where the last four years went - because honestly I can't remember.
With commencement a few weeks away and spring semester coming to a climatic close, summertime has once again crept its way back into Buffalo. Somewhere between killer pool parties, lounging around the progenitor's place, and that part-time resume builder, here's a list of nine graphic novels best taken out from under the bed, or the local library, and prepare you for a lifelong love of the medium.
New Era G
Over a candle-lit dinner and a few glasses of beer, two of the most recognized figures in anime met with The Spectrum Saturday night to discuss everything from failed marriage proposals to '80s nostalgia. This wasn't any ordinary interview, but a trip through the past 20 years of anime history.
Between the full-scale medieval battle, countless sorcerers and superheroes, and inevitable zombie uprising, campus may not be the safest place this weekend.
The Fury of the Firestorm: The Nuclear Men No. 7
Game: Ninja Gaiden III
Batgirl No. 7
Swamp Thing No. 7
Though Seth MacFarlane is best known around campus for his hysterical voice acting in, and creation of, animated comedy kings American Dad! and Family Guy, his late cancellation to UB's Distinguished Speakers Series may just change his previously untarnished reputation.
Teen Titans No. 6
Game: Asura's Wrath
Supergirl No. 6
Developers: 38 Studios, Big Huge Games
Deathstroke No. 6
Detective Comics No. 6
Aquaman No. 5
Red Hood and The Outlaws No. 5
Spring Semester Video Game Preview