“10 Legendary Chinese Folklore Heroes Who Are Ready to Battle in Your Favorite Video Games”anthropologist, anthropology, black magic, China, Chinese folklore, Chinese mythology, cinema, cinema studies, culture, east asia, film studies, folklore, folklorist, game studies, gamer, games, league of legends, literature, moba, monkey king, mythologist, Mythology, pop culture, ps5, smite, storyteller, sun wukong, video game studies, video games, warriors orochi, writer
Get ready to fight alongside Sun Wukong and other iconic heroes from Chinese mythology in these epic video games! If you’re a fan of video games and Chinese folklore, then you’re in luck! From the mighty Sun Wukong to the cunning Da Ji, these legendary heroes are ready to battle it out in your favorite…
The Mascots that Made Us: From Tony the Tiger, to Pikachu.Adventure, aesthetic theory, aesthetics, anthropology, Art, Backpacking, branding, breakfast cereal, captain crunch, celebrity, cereal, cereals, count chocula, critical media, critical theory, cultural studies, culture, game studies, History, human psychology, inspiration, Japanese mascots, king vitamin, literary, literature, marketing, mascot, mascots, media studies, media theory, new media, new media studies, philosophy, Poem, poet, Poetry, rhetoric studies, rhetorical studies, storytelling, travel, ui, ur, Ux, writers life, Writing
As a media studies scholar and cereal addict, I find popular culture mascots such as Tony the Tiger and the King Vitamin (my all time fav, second only to Count Chocula) to be fascinating examples of how branding and marketing are used to create narratives that capture the attention and loyalty of audiences.