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Gamma 1 (left) gets ready to defend himself as Son Gohan angrily charges up a ki blast in this artist rendering of a scene in the middle of “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero,” a film released earlier this school year.

Latest movie installment of ‘80s Japanese anime, Dragon Ball, still ‘Super’

David Kim, Staff Reporter September 12, 2022

KA-ME-HA-ME-HA! That’s the signature attack that most protagonists in the Dragon Ball TV and movie series shout out loud before a shining whitish-blue beam obliterates the villain. But in the recently...

New teacher Christian Penuelas (right) calls up his fifth period theater students, sophomore Isabella Castaneda (middle) and freshman Anabelle Kim (left) for a demonstration of an improvisation performance. All drama levels are in one class period.

And action: new theater teacher aims to stage live performances next spring

Irene Sheen, Special Sections Editor October 6, 2021

New Sunny Hills theater teacher Christian Penuelas still recalls his first time watching La Habra High School Theater Guild’s re-enactment of “Beauty and the Beast.” The admirable size, grandeur...

Joel (Dylan O’Brien, “The Education of Frederick Fitzell”) confronts Minnow (Ariana Greenblatt, “The One and Only Ivan”) about his decision to leave her and Clyde (Michael Rooker, “The Dark Tower”) to reunite with his girlfriend in Paramount Pictures’ “Love and Monsters” released Oct. 16. Originally, the film was scheduled for a Feb. 12, 2021 release under the name “Monster Problems.”

‘Love and Monsters’ offers just right amount of thrills for Halloween treat

Hope Li, Opinion Editor October 25, 2020

A hybrid of “Jurassic World” with its giant dinos and “The Maze Runner” with its pandemic-induced plot, “Love and Monsters” offers viewers a fast-paced adventure and a fresh take on the importance...

Founded in 2003, Wong Fu Productions has posted several of its video shorts about Asian-American culture and identity for viewing on its featured works page.

Can’t go ‘wong’ with videos about Asian-American culture, identity from Wong Fu Productions

Anthony Keem, Staff Reporter May 15, 2020

With such little Asian representation in today's Hollywood media, Wong Fu Productions has provided a unique perspective that continually explores the nuances and the richness of the culture Asian Americans...

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