Cameron University announces spring 2020 honor rolls – The Lawton Constitution

Cameron University has announced the Presidents and Deans honor lists for the Spring 2020 semester. To make the Presidents Honor Roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled full-time (carrying at least 12 hours of classes) and maintain a straight A average (4.0). The Deans Honor Roll requires a B average (3.00-3.99).

Students who authorized publication of their names are listed below by hometown.

PRESIDENTS HONOR ROLL

Altus: Melissa Hagen, Joel Moncrief, Kimberly Santana

Apache: Shelbey Boswell, Kaylee Denton, Levi Griggs, Alisarain Josey, Stephen Myers, Madyson Parmer, Rhonda Roberts

Austin, Texas: Priscilla Bright

Bartlesville: Victoria DeBoe, Kelsey Richers

Bissendorf, Germany: Steffen Riestenpatt

Blanchard: Jessyca Taylor

Brisbane, Australia: Julianne Garcia

Broomfield, Colo.: Stephanie Peterson

Burkburnett, Texas: Caylin Ehlinger

Cache: Charles Alsup, Jacob Austin, Mikel Blann, Zack Campain, Dillion Chisolm, Nichole Colvin, Matthew Fitch, Torie Johnson, Kari Kennedy, Heather Martin, Richard Million, Erika Montgomery, Elias Proctor, Elijah Proctor, Shelby Rademacher, Kylie Ricci, Adam Scott, Moriah West, Audrey Yackeyonny

Cement: Jefferey Warden

Ceyrat, France: Loic Rossignaud

Chattanooga: Carolyn Bruster, James Higdon, Briley Jones, Fain Pool

Chelsea: Jacob Everett

Chickasha: Julien Aubry-Damon, Jaclyn Gray,Kaylee Rodriguez

Chino Hills, Calif.: Christian Lynch

Choctaw: Brock Schreiner

Chouteau: Justin Gibson

Claremore: Samantha Chambers, Haelee Cutsinger, Kari Lee, Shandel Reeves

Collinsville: Cheryl MacGregor

Comanche: Megan Anderson, Bethany Bailey, Raven Cabrera, Emily Criswell, Ina Percival, Linda Powell-Cariker, Scott Smith, Heather Wylie, Rickey Wylie

Coweta: Kristian Layell

Dallas, Texas: Caitlyn Henderson

Del City: Khmari Edwards

Duncan: John Bachelor, Sidni Blalock, Martha Bowen, Kamryn Brown, Cody Bruehl, Kevin Coffman, Jedediah Cook, Stacey Corp, Alyssa Cox, Kimberly Criss, Lanetta Davis, Micah Elroy, Logan Harper, Maria Huizar-Garland, McKinna Jiles, Wyatt Main, Alexandra Matthews, Skylar McCollum, Maria McRoy, Desiree Miller, Monica Monsanto-Camacho, Blake Moren, Jose Navarro, Levi Peck, Kristen Prewett, Sarah Renfro, Addilyn Rhodes, Felica Ruiz, Cindy Santos, Trisha Vaughan, Merribelle Wharton, Kayla Willett

Durban, South Africa: Cole Pretorius

Elgin: Jerrica Baker, Jason Blanco, Michael Christensen, Christina Cotton, Kyle Crouch, Blakeleigh Delgado, Matthew Dobbs, Hunter Gault, Morgan Harless, Victoria Harper, Trang Hughes, Raegan Jackson, Morgan Magness, Jessica Moore, Mikalyn Moreland, Jonathan Risner, McKalyn Spencer, Veronica Squire, Caroline Stevenson

Euless, Texas: Kadar Lamsal

Faxon: Courtney Gilpen, Tristan Marco

Fergus, Ontario, Canada: Jason Cousineau

Fletcher: Gerald Mandrell, Allissa Phillips

Fort Cobb: Amy Coffey

Fort Worth, Texas: Caden McAnally

Frederick: Michele Pierce

Frisco, Texas: Roger Williams

Georgetown, Texas: Peyton Little

Geronimo: Shalyn Bowles, Carly Johnson, Luke McLennan, Robert Nash

Gould: Tessalyn Duncan

Gracemont: Margaret Hoff

Harrah: Kylie French

Headrick: Kaycee Finch

Higginson, Ark.: Jennifer Price

Hobart: Darcy George, Haley Unah

Hobbs, N.M.: Amy Vejil

Indiahoma: Kasey Cook, Brandi Rinaldi

Ituzaingo, Argentina: Melany Opolz

Jones: Erycka Pierce

Karpatos, Greece: Sophia Diakomina

Killeen, Texas: Alejandra Collier

Kopavogur, Iceland: Gerdur Ragnarsdottir

Lawton/Fort Sill: Tristan Adams, Cambron Alsbrook, Caitlin Anders, Hannah Anderson, Tiffany Angell, Gus Argyros, Michael Argyros, Anthony Austin, Jazmine Avina, Hannah Barnes, Shannon Bates, Heather Bean, Christopher Beaver, Haley Beller, Rachael Bender, Madhu Bhandari, Joshua Blanton, Brande Bone, Lakeisha Brown, Savannah Burger, Kristan Callas, Megan Carter, Ryan Carter, Julia Chambers, Joy Christie, Jessica Clark, Samantha Cook, Daisy Cossio, Tayler Cox, Kaylee Craig, Jessica Cruz, Alexis Delguidice, Michelle Dennis, Alexis Ditren Santos, Rachel Dupuy, Taron Epps, Kyndall Erricson, Kaitlyn Esquer, Kimberly Evans, Tykia Ferebee, Patricia Fields, Tiffanie Fortune, Kimberly Frey, Ashley Galan, Kelly Garcia, Jacob Gatliff, Jonathan Gatliff, Tatiana Gonzalez, Samantha Grant, Faith Graves, Alexis Hagen, Stefanie Halford, Jason Hebert, Charles Hefner, Ashley Henry, Enrique Hernandez Lopez, Angela Herring, Bradley Herring, Caitlin Hill, Chloe Hively, Ann Jenkins, Hanna Jimenez, Bayleigh Johnson, Djimon Jones, Kylee Kerr, Sangwoo Kim, Daniel Kim, Lauran Kissiah, Tawnye Kozelka, Hunter Kraus, Andrea Last, Mackenzie Lee, Cole Lehr, Danielle Lewis, Paige Lewis, Kenneth Lowery, Julia Mantzke, Isayah Martin, Baylee Martinez, Diana Martinez Hernandez, Stephen McBride, Xavier McClure, Mailie McClusky, Miguel McCrary, Rylee McKee, Preston Meek, Daniel Merritt, Kimberly Mixon, Mallory Moore, Melody Morales, Nathalie Moro, Brooke Morriston, Mohammad Mubeen, Erica Newsom, Oluwatomisin Olutimehin, Ryan Oreski, Andrew Ortelli, Brittany Otero, Hanniel Park, Sierra Pascoe, Ashley Patterson, Chloe Patterson, John Peterson, Daniel Phelps, Ryan Pogi, Kauani Priosti, Noah Quinnett, Erin Reynolds, Austin Rivera, Iona Roska, Carlene Rutledge, Ysangela Santana, Alisa Savina, Monica Shepherd, Chandler Shirley, Yauheniya Shviadok, Severin Simonsen, Sarah Slaybaugh-Martinez, Kaylyn Smith, Leahe Smith, Samuel Smith, Taylor Smith, Trinity Snider, Miranda Soto, Harli Sprague, Katherine Stowe, Jacob Strange, Brittany Tharpe, Jennylyn Thompson, Augustus Thorne, Kerrigan Thorne, Viktoriya Tikhonova, Colin To, Destiny Tucker-Montalvo, Ashley Unsinn, Ashley Urbanski, Aisha Valle Quinones, Jesus Villamizar Abia, Jason Villarreal, Kelly Vo, Brooklyn West, Landrie Whitmore, Lamonika Wigfall, Shelby Wilson, Patrick Winters, Travis Woods, Aspen Wright, Calista Young, Hella Young

Lees Summit, Mo.: Nathaniel Pecota

Lexington: Whitney Turnpaugh

Lolo, Mont.: Allison Duffin

Marlow: Timothy Alaniz, John Alexander, Kaela Bratcher, Christine Durr, Molly Gann, Zachary Himes, Ciara Johnson, Elizabeth McMains, Brooklyn Minden, Allyx Moore, Randi Whaley, Shayna Woods

McKinney, Texas: Jasmin Campas

Mountain View: Mackenzie Payne, Halina Salazar

Newcastle: Mikaela Workman

Ochelata: David Thom

Officer, Australia: Maighan Hedge

Oklahoma City: Maxwell Eziokwu, Amanda King

Oologah: Michael McSpadden

Owasso: Lindsay Orourke

Pickerington, Ohio: JaLisa Hollingshed

Prague: Evan Schultz

Pryor: Lori Gonzales,Tina Morrison

Randlett: William Clem

Ranger, Texas: Keylie Williams

Roosevelt: Karley Henson, Hillary Lanig

Rush Springs: Emily Long

Ryan: Laken DeBoard

Sabo Yaba, Nigeria: Somgolie Orakwue

Snyder: Brittney Woodward

Sterling: Brooke Purkey

Temple: Destiny Gilliland

Tipton: Guadalupe Cooper, Ashlee Tyler

Tucson, Ariz.: Arianna Navarrete

Tulsa: Rayna Gibbs

Tuscarora, Nev.: Jillian Wright

Tuttle: Teague Fox

Walters: Dakota Barbee, Payton Fremin, Kaleb Gray, Kyla Hunt, Dorothy Justice, Elizabeth McKay, Sara Williams, Bradley Winfree

Washington: Brenna Busby, Callie Busby

Westville: John Pruitt

Wichita Falls, Texas: Jazmin Luster

Yukon: Grace Crowell, Anna Hammer

DEANS HONOR ROLL

Agege, Nigeria: Olalekan Dawodu

Akure, Nigeria: Isaac Acheampong

Almaty, Kazakhstan: Iliya Taranin

Altus: Destiny Abila, Deborah Arroyo, Marissa Bourgeois, Carly Cates, Twyla Coward, Anastaisa Eichler, Lyndey Ferguson, Tianna Fish, Rebecca Green, Jimmy Jones, Paul Long, Hunter Marshall, Georgiana Ramirez, Cassandra Ramsey, MiKayla Reuter, Camille Sublett

Amarillo, Texas: Cooper Edwards

Amber: Tammy Shelton-Wilson

Anadarko: Ashley Bourdon, Alyeska Factor, Andre Houze, MaKaivynn Stevenson, Nikki Tartsah, Mosiah Ware

Apache: Jeremy Aitson, Danielle Carson, Isabella Chandler, Connie Goodwin, Joely Lindsey, Dallas Nolan, Tyler Oliver, Nichole Pahdocony

Austin, Texas: Julie Shalkowski

Banepa, Nepal: Prasanna Sharma Timalsina

Barcelona, Spain: Julen Gutierrez Casas

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Vampire Diaries season 9- will Nina Dobrev come back in the search of blood in the new season? Tap to know … – Finance Rewind

Vampire Diaries season 9 will Nina Dobrev come back in the search of blood in the new season? Tap to know cast, release date and all the detailsVampire Diaries is an American teen drama series developed by Kevin Williason and Julie Plec. It is an adaptation of the book series of the same name by L.J. Smith.

The series follows the life of 17-year old Elena Gibert, who falls in love with a centuries old vampire named Stefan Salcatore. As a result, Elena and her friends are drawn into the supernatural world of Mystic Falls, where its suffering from vampired, werewolves, witches, doppelgangers and original vampires. Their relationship becomes increasingly complicated as Stefans mysterious older brother Damon Salvatore returns, with an idea to bring back their old flame Katherine Pierce, a vampire who looks exactly like Elena. Although Damon initially harbors a grudge against his brother for forcing him to become a vampire, he later reconciles with Stefan and falls crazy with Elena, creating a love triangle among the three. Both brothers plan to protect Elena as they face various villains and threats to their town, including Katherine. The brothers history and therefore the towns mythology are revealed through flashbacks because the series goes on.

Vampire Diaries Season 9 Release

Vampire Diaries Season 9 are going to be released on The CW in March 2021. The official release of Season 9 of the series has not yet been confirmed by the creators. Season 8 ended with dissatisfying future and loose ends. The viewers of the series have lot of questions which can only be answered with a new season.

Vampire Diaries Season 9 Cast

If we ever get a season 9 of Vampire Diaries in the future, we anticipate these cast members to be back! This includes Nina Dobrev as Elina Gilbert, Paul Wesley as Stefan Salvatore, Kat Graham as Bonnie Bennett, Zach Roerig as Matt Donovan, Matt Davis as Alaric Saltzman, Candice King as Caroline Forbes, Nathalie Kelley as Sybil, St. John Kristen Gutoskie as Seline

Vampire Diaries Season 9 Plot

The storyline of season 9 will resume where the story of season 8 ends. Season 8 reveals a conflict between the brothers regarding life. Katherine has caused havoc in Mystic Falls, which is probably over in exchange for Stefens forfeit. Season 9 will bring a completely different challenge for Bonnie and Damon.

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The Joker Revives Eeny Meeny Miny Moe in Detective Comics #1023 – Bleeding Cool News

The Joker is a bad guy. A psychopathic mass-murderer bordering on the genocidal, everything he does is despicable. That the ultimate Big Bad does it without any super powers or abilities, other than the will to do it, makes him even more of a threat. He acts without consequence and often manages to get away with it, seeing incarceration as a temporary inconvenience. He is the ultimate case for capital punishment, in a world where it is the one thing the Batman will not allow.

But is his mass-murdering racist? His appearance, the result of chemical alteration, makes him the whitest person on the planet. But how far does that go? And would anyone care? Bleeding Cool got few notes this morning about today's Detective Comics #1023, part of the current Joker War crossover that saw The Joker heading to the underground of Gotham to revive one of The Court of Owls' zombie assassins, the Talons. And having to choose one, resorts to an old nursery rhyme.

'Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe, pick a Talon by the toe.'

A familiar counting rhyme, the most infamous version uses a racial slur rather than 'Talon'. Though 'tiger' largely replaced it at some point during the twentieth century, the racial slur version was still widely known, at least in North American usage. But in recent years, any version of the rhyme has been considered offensive by some as a result. In 2003, a jury found that an airline whose steward encouraged a group of Black Americans to take their seats saying "Eeny meeny miny mo, Please sit down it's time to go" were guilty of the intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress. A BBC outtake from the Top Gear show saw presenter Jeremy Clarkson reciting the rhyme with a mumble for the offensive word. He later apologised stating that attempts to obscure the line "weren't quite good enough". And in 2017, the British retailer Primark pulled a T-shirt from its stores that featured the rhyme spoken by Negan, from The Walking Dead, overlaid with an image of his baseball bat.

Since then, big media brands have become more sensitive to these issues. Will the rhyme spoken by the Joker be as acceptable as when Negan said it in the comic of the TV version of The Walking Dead? Or will it be seen more like the T-shirt?

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The Crown: Will Lady Diana and Prince Charles get married in Season 4? Click b … – Next Alerts

The Crown is one of the finest historical drama web series narrating the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The Netflix series with an immense fan base and an extraordinary watch time is created and written by Peter Morgan. This series is adapted from Morgans filmThe Queen.It unravels the Queens life until the 21st century. The 1st season was premiered on 4th November 2016. Currently, the third installment is streaming on Netflix. Although all the seasons are quite famous, but they have chastised for the plots in accordance with actual events.

Amidst this pandemic, we have a piece of terrific news for the fans who are anxious regarding the 4th season of The Crown. The shooting for the 4th Season has ended and it will be streaming very soon on Netflix. It is expected to be released from November 2020 -December 2020.

Though the official trailer is not yet released, we can assure the fans that it will be available in the near future. Due to this pandemic outbreak, our waiting time has increased. The production for Season 5 is also suspended. while we wait for the 4th season trailer, here is the trailer for season 3.

In the previous installments, we discovered Queens Life in the 1970s and 1980s, starting from 1977 narrated by the Queen. 1981 incident where six shots were fired at the Queen during the Trooping of the Colour may be added. It could also incorporate the Buckingham House intruder, Michael Fagan, who made it into the Queens bedroom after a serious lapse in security. US President Ronald Reagan will be introduced and his relationship with the Queen may be explored. Lady Diana and Prince Charless marriage and circumstances which led to their divorce will also be shown. The appearance of the 2 royal heirs Prince William and Prince Charles will also be marked in this season.

The Crown explores the life of Queen Elizabeth II right from her wedding in 1947, to Philip Mountbatten, until the early 21st century. The first season covers events up to 1955, i.e. Winston Churchill resigning as prime minister and Princess Margaret (Queens sister ) deciding not to marry Peter Townsend. The second season traces the Suez Crisis, back in 1956 which led to the retirement of Prime Minister Anthony Eden, the retirement of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in 1963 following the political scandal (Profumo affair), and Prince Edwards birth in 1964. The third season covers the timeline of 1964 to 1977, beginning with the prime ministerial election of Harold Wilson.

Season 3s main cast will be back for season four, including Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip, Josh OConnor as Prince Charles, Erin Doherty as Princess Anne, and Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret. However, few other new cast members will also join them to play some very famous characters from history. The third season concluded with the introduction of Camille shand the fourth season will deal with Margaret thatchers premiership. Season one, two, and three had a total of ten episodes each so the fourth season is also expected to have ten episodes.

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Fire Force Season 2 Episode 2: Will Shinra continue to investigate the … – Next Alerts

Fire force gained popularity after the release of its first season. It is a Japanese shonen manga series that has been written and illustrated by Atsushi Okubo. The series has been published by Kodansha. The second season of this anime television series is animated by David Production. This year the second season of Fire Force released its 1st episode growing further curiosity in the minds of all viewers. Fans are now waiting for its second episode.

Fire Force season 2 is back, with a list of 25 episodes streaming on Funimation. Earlier Second episode was expected to air in the month of July 2020, however it has been delayed as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. So, now it is expected to be released in Dec 2020 or by early 2021. As of now, no official release date of season 2 episode 2 has been made. We are hoping that the team would soon make an announcement regarding the same. Fans are requested not to lose hope we will bring you updates as soon as we have any information.

Talking about the cast of 2nd season it reinstates its old characters, this includes Gakuto Kajiwara as Shinra Kusakabe, Aoi Yuki as Kotatsu Tamaki, Ayaka Asai as Lisa Isaribi, Chikahiro Kobayashi as Assault, Cho as Soichiro Hague, Daisuke Sakaguchi as Viktor Richt, Hiroki Yasumoto as Haran, Kenji Nomura as Flail, Kengo Kawanishi as Toru Kishiri, Kentaro Ito as Scoop, Taiten Kusunoki as Leonard Burns, Sho Hayami as Yota, Satoshi Hino as Foein Li, Susumu Chiba as Mirage, Tomoaki Maeno as Konro Sagamiya, Tomokazu Seki as Rekka Hoshimiya, Yutaka Aoyama as Dr. Giovanni and Yumi Uchiyama as Arrow. Few new characters are also expected to be seen in the coming episodes.

At this point, Fire Force has several things being grappling at a time. Although, its a bit too soon to say anything about the coming episodes as Fire Force has always been great in taking action into consideration. Shinra will be seen continuing to investigate the Adella Burst. According to sources in the second episode, we will see Shinra Kusakabe meet the captain of the fourth company. however, a variety of rumours have been airing but nothing has been familiarised by the team yet. So we will have to wait and watch if season 2 will be better than the earlier season or not. So stay tunned as make sure you stay alert and keep reading further for more exciting updates.

Well, as per our analysis second episode would continue where the first episode ended. Shinra looks around his surroundings and thinks whether the world would ever turn back to normal again will it ever be the same. He wishes whether he would someday be able to revoke the fear of being a victim of spontaneous human combustion from the minds of people living around him. As always the team has looked forward to finding ways through which weakness can be defeated around this kind of infernal people. More new exciting twists are yet to be revealed this season.

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Dark Season 3 is now streaming on Netflix: Will there be a Season 4? Click to find out! – Next Alerts

We dont think the series we will be covering today needs any introduction. In a short while after its release, fans have gone crazy over its uniquely dense, suspenseful, and time-traveling plot. Guess it already! Yes, we are talking about Dark, the German sci-fi thriller TV series that comes full of mysteries and twists you never could have fathomed. The show had three successful runs; unfortunately, the creators Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese have no plans for a fourth season, which they declared on their Instagram shortly after the release of the third season.

We should respect the makers wishes regarding this, shouldnt we? Heres everything you need to know about Dark Season 4!

The show premiered on December 1, 2017, on Netflix, with the second season soon following on June 21, 2019. The third season released only recently on June 27, 2020, unraveling every major mystery the show explored. While it is definitely upsetting to bid the show farewell already, fans can appreciate that the show ended on its own terms. Netflix did not cancel the show.

If the shows success and numbers mean anything to the creators, there is a chance that Dark may come back with a new season. However, it will be a long time from now, if it ever is announced. The fourth season will most likely surface in the year 2022 or even later. However, dont keep your hopes too high! For now, that is it for Dark.

If the season is ever renewed, we can expect the same characters on the show. Many characters are portrayed throughout the series by multiple actors at different ages.

Jonas Kahnwald is one of the main characters of the show; he is played, for instance, by Louis Hofmann as a teen, by Andreas Pietschmann as an adult and Dietrich Hollinderbaumer when he is older.

Other characters include: Michael Kahnwald, Hannah Kahnwald, Katharina Nielson, Ines Kahnwald, Ulrich Neilson, Martha Neilson, Noah.

The third season takes place in 1888 and includes parallel realities.

Dark explores stories in different dimension and timeline; with opened doors for time-traveling in the show, there are infinite possibilities of twists, variations, and kickbacks. If season 4 does return, the creators know exactly what can be featured in it. Since there is no limit to time and to the makers imagination, there can be a new storyline set in yet another year or a different universe altogether. Hannahs unborn child, Jonas, is another story that can be explored in a new season. There are also questions unanswered: who is Reginas father? What was the tunnel of light at the end? We wont get any answers any soon, because for now, this is the end.

The first season took place in 2019, but also included other timelines expanding as far before as 1986, 1953 and ahead as 2052. The four families lives, whom the series revolves around, Kahnwald, Nielsen, Doppler, and Tiedemann, are ridden with secrets that are linked to the children going missing in the German town of Winden. The mystery brings to light the broken relations and dark past of the families that span four generations.

The second season went the same time-breaking path with the stories initially set in 2020, 1987, and 1954, months later from where the first season left off, also taking the future storyline into the year 2053. The second season included a story set in a different timeline, one set in 1921 as well. It continued to explore the mystery of children vanishing and the families attempts to reunite with them. The season takes the storyline close to apocalypse which will destroy Winden and its people.

The third season introduces a parallel world: the first world is set in 1888, 1987, 2020, and 2053 and the second world in 2019 and 2052. The characters try to escape the time loop in the third season in the wake of the apocalypse.

Wait till you blow your brains off after reading this! And, watch the entire season to get a hold of yourself. There are things you would not know could happen.

We have no trailer. Expect a trailer when the season gets green-lit, which is not happening as far as the creators go.

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The Netflix Original series, The OA became a huge hit among fans. It first premiered on December 16, 2016. Since the first season, another season has followed suit, but fans are hoping for a third season. It is an American web mystery drama series, with elements of science fiction and fantasy.

The OA is created by Brit Marling and Zal Batmangjil and produced by Anonymous Content and Plan B Entertainment. Both the seasons of the series consists of eight episodes each. Originally, the creators of the show had planned the series to be a five-part story, which would be unveiled in 5 seasons. But Netflix announced that the series would not be back after two seasons.

The second season of the series released on March 22, 2019. Since then, there has been no news for the renewal of the show for season 3. Both the seasons of the series had received positive reviews from the viewers.

No official release date has been confirmed regarding The OA Season 3. On August 5, 2019, Netflix canceled the series after two seasons. I was leaving its fans heartbroken. Season 2 of The OA was considered to be the last and final season in the series. Although the finale of season 2, had ended on a cliffhanger.

Since the creators had planned the series to be a 5 season series, with the story being unfolded in 5 parts, we can still hope. The series might be picked up by some other streaming platform.

Until then, the first to seasons of The OA is streaming on Netflix.

Since Netflix canceled the series last year, no updates have been confirmed regarding the cast of the series. But if the series is renewed, we hope the previous cast returns to reprise their roles.

The cast of the previous two seasons of The OA include:

The series revolves around a woman who went missing seven years ago. She suddenly reappears, claiming to be The OA, the original angel. The woman, also known as Prairie Johnson, has mysterious scars on her back. Also, despite being unable to see when she went missing, she can now see. This raises suspicion and alarm among the people. She is resulting in investigations involving the FBI. Complications arrive when she refuses to communicate with her parents or the FBI.

The series follows her life throughout season 1 and 2. Since season 3 is canceled, not much can be said about the plot of the third season.

But, season 2 of the series was left on a cliffhanger, fans are hoping that the third season will begin from where it left off.

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MYTHS MEET MANIACS: Richard Davis’ new comic book combines the horror of Dracula with Charles Manson ILM’s Alternative Weekly Voice – encore Online

Evil, like a good story, never dies. Merely, it gets passed down and reshaped through generations, like a shadow over society. The horror genre always has been a safe outlet for that darker side. Yet, for every creation of the imagination, there is a greater seed of psychosis that served its origin: for every Hannibal Lecter, there is a Charles Manson; every Red State, a Jonestown. Hell, for Count Dracula, there is a real-world counterpart in Vlad the Impaler.

For debut comic-book writer Richard Davis, these marred legacies certainly left their impression on himimpressions he now aims to unleash on the comic-book reading masses. Cult of Dracula is an 18-issue mini-series, broken into three volumes. Based off of Davis original 2013 play Dracula Re-Imagined, the first issue hits store shelves nationwide on August 5, from independent comic publisher Second Sight Publishing. The company has full faith in the title and has placed an order of about 15,000 copies for the first issue. Insanely enough, were on track to sell out that first print run! Davis gleefully proclaims.

Set in a modern world, characters from the famed Bram Stoker novel are dropped into the meat grinder of a Jonestown-like compound and fronted by the maniacally mysterious R.M. Renfield, but led by something far older, far eviler. Readers will see myths meet maniacs as a human game of chess is waged by monstrous players. Davis script finds parallels between Manson and Dracula.

As a child, two things absolutely terrified me: Count Dracula and Charles Manson, Davis admits. Its something about the power they have over people. The things people would do for those two figures scare the hell out of me.

In 2014 the play won Best Original Production at the Star-News Wilmington Theater Awards. After the victory, Davis (who owned/ran the now-defunct Browncoat Pub & Theatre from 2007 to 2016) knew his story had lifeblood left in it. He set off to turn his adaption into a film throughout 2015. The best-laid plans of mice and men found the project lost in the limbo of development hell. Undeterred, Davis carried with him a journeyman spirit, the same he brought to his ragtag theatre venue.

Anyone can do it, but its not easy, he says. No one will open the door for you. Sometimes you have to kick the fucker down yourself.

Davis, who owns the comic book shop Nirvana Comics in Knoxville, TN, saw horror titles like The Walking Dead and Hellboy were filling up and selling off the shelves. He knew exactly what medium Cult of Dracula was primed for: graphic novels. It was when he paired with professional artist Henry Martinez (Ghost Rider, Spirits of Vengeance, Blaze) the title began to come to life. Davis found a true partner-in-crime with Martinez.

Henry and I work very well together, he says. Weve been in sync since we first began discussing the project. I didnt need to hold anything back. I knew Henry could recreate whatever insanity I put onto the page.

Rounding out the rest of the creative team is Trevor Richardson as the colorist and Ed Dukeshire, who handles lettering for the comic. Cult of Dracula will boast a number of impressive variant covers from the whos who of the comic-book industry. The likes of Carla Cohen (The Boys: Dear Becky), Gyula Nemeth (Criminal Macabre), Sanford Greene (Bitter Root) and Georges Jeanty (Buffy, Firefly, X-Men) are all producing a cover.

While Davis feels pressure to give readers the story theyre familiar with, he also promises many new surprises brought to the Dracula/vampire lore. I started researching mythologies from different cultures, he says, and started to notice a common character, La Llorona, Babaroga, Medusa, Lilith. Shes an outcast/cursed woman who steals children; she was Lucy in Bram Stokers Dracula.' The research led Davis to a simple yet radical change to the storyswitching the gender of the typically male Dracula to female.

It became a story about a woman seeking her birthright, pursuing her history and her legacy, Davis explains. Its been fun to challenge stereotypes and tropes. There are no damsels in distress in Cult of Dracula. There are no Mary Suescertainly, no refrigerators (a notorious reference to the bizarre death of DC Comics Green Lanterns girlfriend).

The story is stuffed to the brim with blood, guts, monsters and madmen. None of those things are what has Davis spooked, though. For him, its waiting on the comics release that keeps him up at night. My biggest fear is no one will read it, you know? he asks rhetorically. Its imposter syndrome. I dont even care if its liked, I just want it out there. To know I did something.

Cult of Dracula is available now for pre-order through corner-box.com.

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While generations of Belmonts have been at the center of the series, the best Castlevania games are the ones that have minimized their involvement.

Few game franchises are as iconic as Castlevania. Since the 80s, Konami's flagship title has pitted generations of theBelmont family against legions of monsters under the command of the eternally resurrecting Dracula. The original trilogy of NES titles, followed by Super Castlevania and Castlevania: Rondo of Blood,continuedtheseries on different platforms, resulting in a branching, expansive franchise with a multitude of unique titles.

The Belmont Family serves as the primary protagonists of Castlevania, with each game focusing on a different generation of Belmonts in their war against Dracula. However, despite being the central characters in the saga, the best games in the franchise consistently are the ones where the Belmonts are eithersidelined or exist only as unlockable characters.

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For many, Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse stands out as one of the best early games in the franchise. It refined theseries' franchise, evolving it beyond the disappointment of Castlevania II: Simon's Quest. However, it also did something unique: it introduced secondary protagonists in the form ofSypha Belnades,Grant Danasty and Alucard. This is the first game to indicate that the Belmonts were not the onlyheroes in the franchise.

While many mainline Castlevania games would continue to focus on the Belmonts, games on alternate platforms began to take risks. Such is the case with the criminally underratedCastlevania: Bloodlinesfor the Sega Genesis.Bloodlinesfocused not on another Belmont taking down the Count, but rather on John Morris (the son of the American Quincy Morris from the novel Dracula) and Eric Lecarde, fighting to stopElizabeth Bartley, Dracula's niece, from resurrecting the eternal vampire. Around the same time, the Kid Dracula franchise focused on a younger version of the titular character. While these games were fun, they were smaller entries in the franchise.

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Bloodlines might be overshadowed by the success of the PlayStation classic Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, which saw the return of Alucard, the son of Dracula. While the game does feature Richter Belmont, he exists only in the infamous prologue sequence and later asan unlockable character. Symphony of the Night's action RPG gameplay proved to heavily influence the franchise for years to come, but it proved to fans of Castlevania's narrative that the franchise could live on beyond the shadow of the Belmont Family.

From here, Castlevania diverged. Multiple console games focused on the Belmont legacy, while numerous handheld RPGs took deviating paths away from that. PlayStation 2 gamers received such titles as Castlevania: Lament of Innocence and Castlevania: Curse of Darkness. These were fine entries to the franchise that filled in vital lore throughout the saga, but they weren't particularly beloved games. This is in part because the franchise moved away from side-scrolling action that the handheld games embraced and incorporated clumsy 3D gameplay, clearly trying to copy the formula and success of other action-horror games likeDevil May Cry.

The handheld titles, however, used Symphony of the Night as a gameplay model. They remain side-scrolling action-adventure RPGs, and very few of them feature the Belmonts as primary characters. Castlevania: Circle of the Moon focuses on Nathan Graves, whose family was slain by Dracula, fueling his thirst for vengeance. The Game Boy Advance'sCastlevania: Aria of Sorrow and its DS sequel Dawn of Sorrow focuses on Soma Cruz, the future reincarnation of Dracula, fighting those who would dare revive his old incarnation. The Nintendo DS'Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin is a sequel to Bloodlinesthat focuses on John Morris's son, Jonathan, and his companion Charlotte Aulin. Finally, Castlevania: Order of Ecclesiastars Shanoa, the heir to a secret organization devoted to stopping Dracula after the Belmonts disappear.

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Of the Game Boy and DS games, only Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance features a Belmont as a primary playable character. While Harmony of Dissonance is a fine enough game, the handheld era of games kept the Castlevania prestige alive. Entries like Castlevania Judgement, however, seemed positioned to undermine all the goodwill the Belmont-less Castlevania titles generated, made more problematic by the complete reboot: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow. These games,which star Gabriel Belmont (who turns out to be Dracula) remain divisive among Castlevania fans.

When looking at the franchise, you'll find that the titles held in mot highesteem are the ones with as little Belmont influence as possible. ManyviewSymphony of the Night and Aria of Sorrowasthe greatest Castlevania games ever made, yet they are as far removed from the Belmont conflict as possible. It seems, at times, that while the family is considered the stars of the franchise, with Simon and Richter even making their way into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Castlevania is so much more than just the Belmont's legacy.Much like the series' sprawling, century-spanning lore, the world is far bigger than just one family's blood grudge against an angry vampire.

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‘The Wolf Man’ and the Tragic History of Werewolves in Horror – Bloody Disgusting

Thanks to Leigh Whannells stellar reimagining ofThe Invisible Man, news of Universal revivingThe Wolfman with a new take immediately prompted speculation on what that could entail. Universals revered 1941 classic, The Wolf Man, set the bar high for werewolf movies, especially when it comes to transformation sequences. It also set the tone for the tragic nature of contracting lycanthropy that would endure throughout the history of the subgenre.

InThe Wolf Man, Lawrence Larry Talbot (Lon Chaney Jr.) returns home after the death of his brother. Hes hoping to reconnect with his estranged father and happens to fall for local antique shop owner Gwen (Evelyn Ankers). When he steps in one night to save Gwens friend from a vicious wolf attack, hes bitten before putting the animal down with his silver-headed cane. That bite, much to his horror, curses him to transform into a wolfman by full moonlight and slaughter those unfortunate to cross paths with him. This strange affliction is so well-known in the village that the villagers all recite a nursery rhyme that sums up the heartbreaking reality:

Even a man who is pure in heart, and says his prayers by night;May become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright.

Not even the pure in heart are spared from the horrific fate of becoming a bloodthirsty beast by night. Larry virtuously tries to save a woman from being mauled to death, and it dooms him. Hes only there in the first place because he lost his brother and longs to make amends with his father. The characters circumstances, Chaney Jr.s performance, and his natural personality all melded together to create one of horrors most sympathetic movie monsters.

Growing up, Chaney Jr.s father discouraged him from following his footsteps into showbiz, so he went to business school and started work for a plumbing company. He never intended to be an actor. When his father passed away at the young age of 47, Hollywood came knocking, and Chaney Jr. eventually found the offers too good to pass up. Though he had numerous feature film credits under his belt by the time he assumed the role of Larry Talbot, Chaney Jr. had a fish out of water, clumsy sort of quality that lends so well to this particular character. Larry Talbot seemed uncomfortable in his skin before hes bitten, and his desperation to stop his transformations amplified that awkwardness. Throw in stunning special makeup effects by legendary artist Jack Pierce, and its no surprise thatThe Wolf Mancatapulted Chaney Jr. into horror stardom.

The Larry Talbot character would appear again in the Universal Monster cycle films Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man,House of Frankenstein,House of Dracula, andAbbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. In every single movie, Chaney Jr.s Talbot was a sensitive figure desperate to find a way to reverse his curse. More importantly, he was a sympathetic antihero. A typical ending among these sequels featured Wolf Man perishing with the featured villainous monster after a climactic battle, usually after saving a villager or protagonist from death. Only in House of Dracula, which was then the actors final contracted film with Universal, did Talbot finally receive the cure to lycanthropy. It proved short-lived, though, when Larry Talbot appeared three years later inAbbott and Costello Meet Frankensteinto fight off Dracula in full Wolf Man mode.

In every reimagining or riff on the character, the Wolfman is a tragic figure. ForThe Monster Squad, the Wolfman (Jonathan Gries) is a desperate and reluctant slave to Dracula. In his monster form, he does his masters bidding. In human form, the man makes frantic calls to the police for aid and even demands to be imprisoned to prevent further harm to others. With his dying breath, he thanks Rudy (Ryan Lambert) for putting an end to his suffering. Though brief, this Wolfmans appearances in this film highlight the tragedy of his existence.

Similarly, the werewolves in 2004sVan Helsingare controlled by Dracula, who holds the only cure for lycanthropy. That cure is the driving force of the entire plot, and the films ending is a bittersweet one. 2010sThe Wolfmanremake retooled some of the plot beats but left Larry Talbot and his fate mostly the same.

Werewolves in horror nearly all suffer the same fate with similar formulas. It starts with a bite, followed by the journey from body horror to the dawning realization that theyve become violent murderers. Finally, it almost always ends with the only tried and true way to stop a werewolf- their death. FromAn American Werewolf in LondontoGinger Snaps, we watch as characters grapple with the full scope of lycanthropy and all its grisly ramifications that ultimately culminates in their demise.

The exception to this blueprint seems to be acceptance. The characters that embrace their inner beasts tend to live past the end credits, for better and worse. During the unofficial 90s cycle of Universal Classic remakes, 1994sWolfcame close to offering a modern take onThe Wolf Manwith a less tragic fate for its werewolf. Protagonist Will Randall (Jack Nicholson) follows all the familiar stages of becoming a werewolf in a contemporary setting. It ultimately ends with him fully accepting the affliction and living out his days as a full wolf.

In horror, lycanthropy tends to be something forced upon its victim, whether through bite, curse, or inheritance. A primal inner beast that removes autonomy over your own body creates the perfect environment for sympathetic monsters. More often than not, becoming a werewolf results in death. Theres also the shocking loss of ones humanity that is inherently lamentable. To become a werewolf is almost always a tragedy. Its so deeply ingrained in the mythology that itll be interesting to see how and if the upcoming reimagining can break the cycle.

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