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Mother of Learning: Fantasy Web Novel Evolves into Printed Book

( Domagoj Kurmaic’s  online novel, Mother of Learning (available on Royal Road) has 108 chapters spanning close to 3,000 pages and  11 million views. The novel is so popular that a Kickstarter to transform it into a physical book was successful in raising $126,176 of its original $10,000 goal. The story follows teenage mage Zorian Kazinski


Jujutsu Kaisen 0: Popular Japanese Anime Hits the Big Screen

(Wikimedia Commons) On March 18, 2022, Jujutsu Kaisen 0, a prequel to the popular Japanese animated television series Jujutsu Kaisen, opened in North American theaters. MAPPA studios animated the action fantasy film based on the manga (Japanese comic books) by Gege Akutami. The movie came out in its original Japanese audio with English subtitles and


Boys Bowling Comes Up Short in Sectionals

(Courtesy Zecheriah K.) On Friday, February 18, the Columbus Academy boys varsity bowling team competed in OHSAA’s Division 2 sectionals at HP Lanes. Twenty-seven schools competed, with each competitor playing 3 regulation games and each team playing 6 baker teams.  Craig E. led with 479 in regulation, followed by Zecheriah K., Jacob M., and Ryan


Bowling Teams Place 4th and 5th at MSLs

(Photo Courtesy of Zecheriah K.) On Thursday, February 10th, at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl, both the Columbus Academy girls and boys varsity bowling teams competed in the Mid-State League tournament. The boys placed 4th out of 6 teams, scoring a combined total of 2633 points after 3 games, while the girls placed 5th out of


Bowling Loses to Whitehall

(Courtesy/Lance H.) On Tuesday, February 1, Academy’s varsity boys bowling team came up short in a defeat against Whitehall Yearling. CA scored 1732 to Whitehall’s 2428 after two games. In game 1, Jacob M. led the team with 180 points, followed by Colin H., Kian J., Zecheriah K., and Ryan R., with 109, 104, 134,


Cradle Series: Magic Meets Martial Arts

(Flickr) Will Wight’s series of The Cradle, set in a medieval-style tale of a magical martial arts world, is inspired by Korean and Chinese mythology and the xianxia (Chinese fantasy) genre. It follows the story of Wei Shi Lindon, a powerless member of the Wei clan, who turns his life around after a heavenly messenger