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Will Mann

Will Mann has a B.A. in English from William and Mary and an M.F.A. in creative writing from George Mason University. He has previously served as a staff writer, editor or webmaster for such publications as Virginia Living magazine, independent school newspaper at William & Mary The Virginia Informer, Richmond-based satirical news website The Peedmont, and literary journal Phoebe. He lives outside Washington, D.C. and is currently finishing his first novel, set in the punk-rock era in London.

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So Many Superhero Sequels Are Great. ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ isn’t One of Them.

01.19.21
  • ‘The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone’ Review

    01.05.21
  • Is ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ the Reason Why My Favorite Band Broke Up?

    12.22.20
  • The Inherently Adolescent Nature of ‘The Boys’

    12.08.20
  • Thinking of America through Superman and ‘Ghostbusters II’ following a Biden Victory

    11.17.20
  • The Movies I Binged For Halloween This Year

    10.29.20
  • A Tribute to Chadwick Boseman

    10.08.20
  • ‘Enola Holmes’ is the High-Concept, Live-Action Kids Movie We’ve Been Missing

    09.30.20
  • Two 90s Kids Talk ‘The Last Dance’

    and 09.19.20
  • What I’m Nominating to the National Film Registry This Year

    09.06.20
  • Two Trekkies Talk ‘Star Trek: Picard’

    and 08.15.20
  • Jason Voorhees is the Hero America Deserves

    07.30.20
  • Believe the Hype: ‘Watchmen’ is the TV Show of the Moment

    07.21.20
  • The Fleeting Nature of ‘Westworld’

    06.23.20
  • Did We Overpraise ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’?

    06.08.20
  • We’re Getting A ‘Snyder Cut’ Of ‘Justice League.’ Yay…?

    05.27.20
  • The Inherent Brilliance of ‘I Took My Parents to See AVENGERS: ENDGAME’

    03.09.20
  • ‘Parasite’: A Revelation at the Oscars, a Revolution in Global Cinema

    02.24.20
  • ‘Star Trek: First Contact’ is the Perfect Appetizer for ‘Picard’

    01.27.20