Is the future of videogaming a homogenous slop? Tom ruminates on franchise fatigue.
Online Manager Jack delves into the popular phenomenons of Twitch and Discord.
Duck Game obsessive Tom Brewster talks to the creator of his favorite thing, like, ever.
Is the video game industry still a male-dominated market? Jack examines the ways in which video game representation should become more inclusive.
Charlotte debates the ethics of converting mass murder into multimedia entertainment.
Is it true that the show will always go on? Ben argues for the cultural immortality of musical theatre.
Culture Editor Ellis counts off the last month’s spookiest releases.
With Fantastic Beasts in cinemas soon, Ellis Murrell counts off some of the Potter series’ most iconic magical creatures.
Ahead of Jodie Whittaker’s first episode as Thirteen, the Edge’s writers take a look back at their favourite incarnations of the Time Lord.
Charlotte Colombo dives into the bleak and nihilstic world of Hollywoo to decipher what BoJack Horseman has taught her.
There’s more to this cute red panda than meets the eye. Amber-Louise breaks it all down.
“It’s just great to be performing and enjoying and doing the thing” – An interview with Miguel Mantovani of The Cuban Brothers
Common People’s ‘Disco Day’ made possible the strangest interview ever, featuring The Cuban Brothers’ frontman and Sophie Jones.
Love Island is stirring controversy again (surprise, surprise)! Read Charlotte Colombo’s take on the infamous reality show.
“I should have put my shades on today ‘cos the future’s looking so bright!” – An interview with Maizie Williams of Boney M.
At Common People, Maizie Williams chatted about forty plus years of Boney M.