Tag Archives: Transmedia Storytelling

Out with a bang…and pizza!

I really had no idea to what to expect when I signed up for this class, but I have to say I was surprised how much I would gain from it. I honestly didn’t know I would learn as much … Continue reading

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Alas…It’s Time to Part.

Well, this semester is finally over. It damn near killed me (in general)…whoever said senior year was a cake walk is a liar!! At least about first semester. Transmedia Storytelling ended up being a really fun class for me. At … Continue reading

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the Unwritten, the Unknown

To start this off, I have to admit this was the first real comic book I’ve ever read. My previous exposure to comics were limited to the Dr. Who one we read in this class and a few strips in the Sunday … Continue reading

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Planetfall and Floyd… Lord Help Us All.

I’m not going to lie, I had a bad attitude about this assignment. Video games are not my favorite, and I certainly wasn’t very excited having heard how irritating Floyd was. Regardless, I began playing Planetfall. Emily Gray and I … Continue reading

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Floyd, just shut up.

I tried to like Floyd, I honestly did. While playing Planetfall, I came up against a lot of difficulties because I was playing on a Mac. I had to spend a lot of time trying to find versions that would … Continue reading

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Traveling Through Space, Time, and… Storytelling Medium

While I have experienced the stories of Doctor Who before, I had never done a transmedia analysis. My perspective had remained narrowly pointed at the revived television series, and I barely had knowledge of other forms or incarnations of the … Continue reading

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Guess WHO?

Of all the mediums that portrayed a Dr. Who story, i found Eddie Robson’s audio drama, “Human Resources” , to be the least satisfying. Personally, I am more captivated by visual experiences and am not familiar with hearing stories being … Continue reading

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